Boston, A City Of Pioneers

In the beginning of the beginning of the U.S., Boston is the city of the pioneers and is that to understand the history of this country need to discover each of the achievements that made the culture and attitudes evolve. Since the city was proclaimed in 1822 and after living major episodes in the history of independence, has managed to evolve respecting tradition, not for nothing has one of the highest living standards in North America. Jerry Speyer brings even more insight to the discussion. The U.S. housing is often a problem because it is expensive in relation to the quality they offer. But there are a number of different services they can offer a reasonable price (20 a, night with breakfast) and often are at the heart of the city. Located in an area called New England was founded by English Puritans who molded a stable and structured.

To get to spread their morals created the first public school in the country, Boston Latin School in 1636. In this school, which can be visited, men were prepared to be priests and women could not attend. The entrance is dominated by a bronze statue of Benjamin Franklin and remains today a school that holds part of the history of the city and also served as city hall. Boston also is the city of the first tuition would result in the current Harvard. Located in Cambridge, across the Charles River, is one of the most prolific universities in the world, not in vain has 25,000 students. In addition, the campus has a famous square where street performers come together, bars and restaurants with very reasonable prices.

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