I do like to visit graveyards and this one did not disappoint me! It's part of the freedom trail! It quite interesting to read the stories on the many plaques there!
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This is part of the Freedom Trail in Boston. For some, it'll just be another graveyard, and I preferred the Granary Hill Burying Ground earlier on the route, but I'll take it. Not that this will matter that much, but it will for some: to...More
The markers were so old, and interesting to read, even if they weren't family. Sad so many died so young. But the outer areas were unkept, a disgrace, but it is what it is now. This should be a site up for a volunteer clean...More
Graveyard always have a special atmosphere during the visit. As part of the Freedom Trail you should not miss this one. It's impressive to see.
This is just another graveyard. However, if you like history there is something to learn at each of the different graveyards scattered around the city.
This largest burying ground in Boston is located on the Freedom Trail in the North End and next to the Old North Church. It is named after a shoe maker...William Copp and has existed since 1659. The Sexton who hung the lantern on the night...More
Very interesting stop along the way with very old tombstones and tombs of early residents of Boston. Most interesting is the arrangement of the tombstones and the decoration: skull and cross bones, skull with wings, willow trees and primitive looking winged angels. Due to the...More