Charlestown’s Navy Yard

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  • Charlestown’s Navy Yard

    About Charlestown’s Navy Yard

    Founded in 1629 before the City of Boston itself, Charlestown is the City’s oldest neighborhood. Much of Charlestown was burned to the ground by British troops following the Battle of Bunker Hill in 1775 and was subsequently rebuilt. The Bunker Hill Monument constructed in 1826 and completed in 1842 commemorates the famous battle. Charlestown is home to another celebrated relic of the nation’s history, the U.S.S. Constitution. Also known as “Old Ironsides,” it is the oldest continually commissioned ship in the United States Navy and is docked in the Charlestown Navy Yard.

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197 8th Street Ph32 197 8th Street Ph32 Charlestown's Navy Yard
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197 8th Ph217 197 8th Ph217 Charlestown's Navy Yard
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197 Eighth St 330 197 Eighth St 330 Charlestown's Navy Yard
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45 1st Avenue 203 45 1st Avenue 203 Charlestown's Navy Yard
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106 13th St 238 106 13th St 238 Charlestown's Navy Yard
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