"Paul Revere Mall" North End Tip by Nathalie_B

North End, Boston: 12 reviews and 12 photos


Favorite thing: This brick-paved plaza gives the crowded neighborhood of the North End a precious stretch of open space between Hanover and Unity streets. Laid out in 1933, and originally called the Prado, its central point is Cyrus Dallin's equestrian statue of local hero Paul Revere, which was originally modeled in 1885.

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  • Written Feb 21, 2003
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