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Explore the North End of Boston

Famous for its elegant historic building, sumptuous Italian meals, and security, the North End neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts, has proven to be a place of tourism, feast, vacation, and fun experiences. Situated near downtown Boston, it’s the city’s oldest residential community is an interesting neighborhood with over ten thousand population and zip code 02113. It is phenomenally known for its Italian heritage, housing countless Italian restaurants, street shops, boutiques, and pastry shops with strolling singers or lingers found in almost every famous corner of the area, especially the ever-lively Hanover, which is North End's heart of entertainment and main street.

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The North End Has the Oldest Church in Boston MA

The waterfront community, popularly addressed as little-Italy of Boston, close to Faneuil Hall, was founded in the 1960s by English Puritans and located on the northeastern part of downtown Boston. The area is well adorned for its Italian origin and marked with astonishing historical sites such as the Paul Revere House, which is North end's oldest house and the nation's historical landmark. The house was built-in 1670 and was first occupied by the wealthy Italian merchant Robert Howard. It was later purchased by the revolt Patriot Paul Revere in 1770. The place now welcomes over 250,000 visitors annually and serves as a show of historical artifacts and strength after its renovation by the Paul Revere Memorial Association, which opened it up as one of the first nation's historic house museums.

 In addition is the city’s oldest church building, the Old North Church. Established in 1723 and formally called Christ Church, Boston. Well known as the portrait of American freedom and independence due to its role in the American revolution in 1775. It now stands as a monument of liberty and the most visited historical site attracting over 150,000 tourists who desire to experience the ambiance of liberty and bravery.

Some of the Best Restaurants in Boston are in the North End

Beyond the neighborhood's historical aspects and its distinguished 2.5mile Freedom trail that links sixteen nationally marked historical sites, the neighborhood also offers one of the city's most unique and stylish lifestyles. It is known to have over 100 restaurants with most being Italian. No wonder people travel across the border to the North End to have a taste of their meals. The finest dining Italian cuisines serve the best meals with super cool and accommodating staff. The Table Boston serves sumptuous and lips-smacking family-style dinner with over eight-courses. Of course, the ever-prominent Regina Pizzeria has appeased visitors and residents' pizza cravings since the 1900s.
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Be Sure to See the North End of Boston!

Also worthy of note are the neighborhood summer festivals and feasts. The Saint Anthony's feast was celebrated annually on the last Sunday in August to commemorate the patriarch's death in 1231. It is an Italian-originated regional feast that has spread throughout New England, keeping the cobblestone street lively with entertainment and Italian meals. Other great feasts of interest are the Fischer man's Feast and the St Agrippina di Mineo feast celebrated every August and June, respectively.

Though known for its Italian roots and heritage, the area can also be addressed as a diverse neighborhood because it has different people of different countries, beliefs, and professions enjoying the area's pure serenity. To reach the North End, simply head northeast from the West End neighborhood or straight north from Downtown.

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