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Battle of Bunker Hill National Historic Site on Breed's Hill in Charlestown (Boston, Mass., USA) on the site of this important Revolutionary War Battle. The monument was erected in 1842. The statue commemorates Colonel William Prescott, a colonial militia leader.
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The Massachusetts State House on Beacon Hill in Boston. Designed by renowned architect Charles Bulfinch and completed in 1798, the building houses the Massachusetts General Court (the legislature) and the Governor's Office. The dome is gilded in 23k gold.
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BOSTON, MASS - APRIL 9: Shoppers, tourists and diners enjoy Faneuil Hall Marketplace in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, 2009. Faneuil Hall, along Boston's Freedom Trail, (brick building with gold dome) was first built in the mid-1700's and was used extensively by colonial era revolutionaries such as Samuel Adams. Faneuil Hall Marketplace, incorporating colonial buildings as well as modern construction, was built in the late 1970's and since that time it has been a draw for tourists and Bostonians alike.