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Welcome to Beacon Hill, Boston
Beacon Hill was constructed in the 19th century, and is situated in downtown Boston. The neighborhood lies adjacent to the Boston Common and Boston Public Garden parks and is home to around 10,000 people. The neighborhood covers around one-half square mile, which outsiders often believe is secluded and isolated; however residents know it to be more like its own little village. The community in Beacon Hill is surrounded by an atmosphere of friendliness, where neighbors say hello when passing each other on the street. Beacon Hill is famous for its beauty; entryways adorned by brick houses with brass door knockers, window boxes and iron work surrounds, and brick sidewalks lined by old gas lights, blossoming pear trees and inconspicuous gardens. Thanks to restrictive regulations, architecture in Beacon Hill remains intact as no visible part of a structure can be changed without approval. Beacon Hill comprises three areas: South Slope, North Slope and Flat of the Hill. Charles Street is the main commercial street, where you'll find a plethora of unique antique shops and various neighborhood amenities like restaurants and food shops. Cambridge Street features more exquisite dining spots and service options, and is also home to the Massachusetts General Hospital. The top of the Hill is home to the Massachusetts State House and overlooks the beautiful green expanse of Boston Common.
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