Some Fun and Fascinating Facts about Boston

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Harvard College, Boston Boston Latin School was established as the first public school in America in 1635. The following year, in 1636, Harvard was established as the first college in America. Boston is currently home to the most colleges and universities in the United States.
Boston sports teams have won the most championships (8) since 2000, and have won a total of 34 championships in their history (Celtics – 17 NBA Titles, Red Sox – 8 World Series Titles, Bruins – 6 Stanley Cups, Patriots – 3 Super Bowls Titles), which is the second most among all US cities. Boston Red Sox Boston Celtics Bruins Patriots
Boston sister cities Boston has eight sister cities – Kyoto, Japan; Strasbourg, France; Barcelona, Spain; Hangzhou, China; Melbourne, Australia; Padua, Italy; Taipei, Taiwan; and Sekondi-Takoradi, Ghana.
The Boston subway opened in 1897 as the first underground metro in North America. Today it is affectionately known as the “T” and is run by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA). Boston transport
Boston University Bridge The Boston University Bridge on Commonwealth Avenue is one of the only places in the world where a boat can sail under a train passing under a car driving under an airplane!

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