Boston Landmarks are a huge draw for one of the oldest and most historic cities in America. Boston has long played an important role in the development of the nation and is home to a wealth of important cultural resources. There are more than 8,000 properties located in Boston's historic districts designated as Boston Landmarks. These buildings, structures, sites, and areas form a tapestry of the history of Boston and of those who shaped the city from its beginning to the present.

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The African Meetinghouse, Beacon Hill, Boston Common, Boston Light, Boston Public Gardens, The Emerald Necklace, Fenway Park, Boston Public Library, Bunker Hill Monument, USS Constitution, Freedom Trail, Faneuil Hall, the Hatch Shell, King's Chapel, Massachusetts Statehouse, New England Conservatory of Music, Old North Church, Old South Meeting House, Old State House, Haymarket, Quincy Market, Paul Revere House, The Boston Marathon,Symphony Hall, Trinity Church, Union Oyster House, Citgo Sign ... and so much more.