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Dimensions5300 x 7260
Original file size23.6 MB
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Paul Revere Mall Statue

Paul Revere Mall Statue

On the famous Boston’s north end is a park where this statue is dedicated to the famous rider, Paul Revere, who made the famous ride that announced the movement of the British Troops from Boston to Lexington and Concord, MA on 4/18/1775. The Old North Church is in the background where he saw the two lanterns which meant the British were coming by sea.