In Rockport there is a house that is completely made out of newspaper !
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The red brick line and brass medallions in the pavement lead along the 4.8 km Freedom Trail winding through the old city’s narrow streets to connect 16 historic monuments and attractions such as the Old State House, Boston’s oldest public building and Faneuil Hall, called the “cradle of liberty” for its role as secret meeting place. Harvard University, one of the world’s leading academic centers, is an attraction in itself, filled with historic buildings and museums. In 1620, separatists from the Church of England, called Pilgrims, landed at Plymouth. You can step back into their world at the living history museum, Plimoth Plantation. The former China Trade port of Salem became famous for its witch trials in 1692 : the 1642 Witch House, the home of Judge Jonathan Corwin who presided at the trials is the only remaining building, directly connected with witches. Cape Cod is a long, curving peninsula jutting out into the Atlantic. Most of its nearly 900 km of shoreline is long white-sand beaches, backed by dunes of waving sea grass. Martha’s Vineyard, only 8 km off Cape Cod’s southern coast, has some posh estates built by wealthy families like the Kennedys.
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Ce circuit prévoit une exploration complète de la Nouvelle-Angleterre pour les amoureux de la nature, que ce soit avec le côté maritime et ses superbes plages ou le côté terre à travers les White Mountains du New Hampshire.