Audiotour

AudiotourBoston: A Stroll Along the Freedom Trail

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2 Tourstops

  1. Audiotour overzicht
  2. Audiotour overzicht

    Welcome to Boston Massachusetts, one of the oldest cities in the United States and a significant sight of the American Revolution! From 1765 to 1783, American colonialists fought, in battles both physical and political, to have representation in the British Parliament.You may have heard the phrase “No taxation without representation.”That slogan was born from this part of American history.

    Today, many of the historic sites relating to the Revolution are marked throughout the city along what is known as the FreedomTrail, in remembrance of those who demanded fair treatment from their government and eventually helped to catalyze the formation of the United States of America. We will be following this trail for most of our walk today.

    Licenses:

    Photo “Site of Boston Tea Party, Boston, Massachusetts” by Ken Lund is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

    Photo “Freedom Trail medallion” by Derek Oyen is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

  3. 1 Bunker Hill Monument
  4. 2 USS Constitution
  5. 3 Copp's Hill Burying Ground
  6. 4 Old North Church
  7. 5 Paul Revere House
  8. 6 PIerce-Hitchborn House
  9. 7 Sam Adams Statue/Faneuil Hall
  10. 8 Old State House/ Boston Massacre Site
  11. 9 Old South Meeting House
  12. 10 Old Corner Bookstore Building
  13. 11 Benjamin Franklin Statue/Boston Latin School
  14. 12 King's Chapel
  1. Audiotour overzicht

    Welcome to Boston Massachusetts, one of the oldest cities in the United States and a significant sight of the American Revolution! From 1765 to 1783, American colonialists fought, in battles both physical and political, to have representation in the British Parliament.You may have heard the phrase “No taxation without representation.”That slogan was born from this part of American history.

    Today, many of the historic sites relating to the Revolution are marked throughout the city along what is known as the FreedomTrail, in remembrance of those who demanded fair treatment from their government and eventually helped to catalyze the formation of the United States of America. We will be following this trail for most of our walk today.

    Licenses:

    Photo “Site of Boston Tea Party, Boston, Massachusetts” by Ken Lund is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

    Photo “Freedom Trail medallion” by Derek Oyen is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

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    4 out of 5 rating 12-18-2018

    The distance between some stories is quite large