A scenic spot on Boston's Freedom Road. One of the historical buildings of the American War of Independence. Because I don't know much about the history at that time, I don't feel very famous or important. However, for many European and American tourists, this is a very important tourist card-punching place. The floor of the hall is divided into several floors and a basement. Across the hall is the famous Kunxi Market. On the first floor of the lobby are tourist reception offices and brochures on Boston's main attractions. There are also some souvenir shops and fast food restaurants. The place is not very big. The basement has a public toilet and a rest area where you can sit down and rest. It's still a simple museum, but you need to buy tickets to visit it.
Faneuil Hall should be an important point on the road to freedom. It's a market and conference hall built by Farner. Before the War of Independence, Bostonians often gathered here to discuss such issues as independence and freedom, known as the cradle of freedom. Today the place is still a hot spot, tourists come here to join the fun. And I'm more interested in the old restaurant next to it, Union Oyster House, which translates it into Union Oyster House. It has been open since 1826 and is one of the scenic spots on the road to freedom. It claims to be a landmark of national history. Believe him, we can't live without food on the road to freedom.
Farner Hall, located in the center of Boston, is the famous stop of Boston's Freedom Road, behind which is the Quincy Market. It is a long-standing building, a three-storey red brick building with a golden grasshopper, Samuel Adams and others who made speeches here to promote independence from Britain, known as the cradle of freedom.
In the era of freedom, the most important place for people to gather and express their opinions is worth commemorating.
Without Bostonian resistance to British colonists and the first shot in the War of Independence, American independence would not have come so fast. Farner Hall was the meeting place of the year, and the third floor is now the military history exhibition hall, showing some old guns related to Boston's history.
Farnell Hall, near Boston's Quincy Market. There is a cricket wind vane at the top of the roof tower. On the square in front of Farner's Hall are bronze statues of Samuel and Adams, bronze statues of Samuel and Adams, cousins of John and Adams, important leaders of the American Independent Revolution, who participated in the discussion of the formulation of the Declaration of Independence. Farnell Square is also the venue for Boston hip-hop performances. Many hip-hop artists and enthusiasts perform here, and passers-by give money to reward them.