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Park Street Church, Boston
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  • As a historic landmark and as a part of the Freedom Trail a must see when visiting Boston. It's next to the Common, so when walking out of the park you can see the building in front of you. 
  • One of the churches on the freedom trail next to the Park and the Capitol with a gold dome. Despite the more than two-century history, she is in excellent condition and continues to work. Next to the Church is one of the oldest cemeteries in the city, another point the trail of freedom.
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  • Centenary Church founded in 1809, became known for defending the abolitionist cause. Place where the Sunday school originated in the United States. Keep fairly active until today, supporting various social causes (most recently, same-sex marriage). Amazing to think how much of history already lived between these walls in its more than 200 years, isn't it? The third official stop on the Freedom Trail.
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  • I went for the Sunday night service and everyone was very welcoming. Someone walked me around and introduced me to the pastor and serval staff members who were all very nice and easy to talk to. The message was very casual yet instructional and the music was contemporary style with modern versions of hymns thrown in. It's so great to see such a historical church that has kept its vibrancy and friendliness.
  • Beautiful church. Incredible building.
  • Wedding today,not open to the public
  • We started the Freedom Trail in the commons so this was our first stop. The design seemed like it was straight out of a history book.