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Harvard Square

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Harvard Square began in 1630 as the Colonial village of Newtowne, which was chosen by the Proprietors of Massachusetts Bay to be the capital of their new colony. The village was the first planned town in English North America, and the streets laid out in 1631 are still in use today. Important structures survive from almost every period since the early 18th century.

For more information, click here:

http://www.cambridgema.gov/~Historic/hsqhistory1.html

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that's nice thanks Cotuit i swear it looks like a round-a-bout in europe

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Really a fascinating area with clubs, museums, bookstores, lectures, street life - you name it.

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I used to do all of my Christmas shopping in Harvard Square.

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