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Located in center of the city, The Boston Common is a public park that dates back to 1634, making it the oldest park in the United States. Within the park is the Boston Visitor's Center and the Central Burying Ground where famous members of the Boston Tea Party rest.
The park offers views of the Massachusetts State House and Beacon Hill. In the wintertime Boston Common ice skating is a popular event, taking place at the park's Frog Pond. Boston luxury homes overlook the Common, which is home to Brewer Fountain and many monuments that tribute the progress of early America.
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