The North End of Boston is the city's earliest neighborhood, settled in the 17th century. This is Boston's Italian district, and it is lined with wonderful restaurants and cafes. The Freedom Trail winds its way through the streets and stops at Paul Revere's House, Copp's Burying Ground, and the Old North Church. Be sure to visit the Paul Revere Mall and take in the famous statue that dates back to 1885.
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