Park Street Station in Boston

Park Street

Park Street is a street that holds immense historical significance as it connects Boston Common to the Massachusetts State House. It is one of the oldest and most well-known streets in the city, having played a crucial role in shaping Boston's history. A few of the notable landmarks found on this street include the Park Street Church, which was established in 1809 and remains one of the oldest churches in the city. Park Street was also home to the first public school in the United States, the Boston Latin School, which was established in 1635. Today, Park Street continues to draw tourists from all over the world, given its historical significance and proximity to other popular attractions such as the Freedom Trail and the State House.

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