Boston, Massachusetts / USA East Coast
Boston is located in northeastern United States on the North American east coast with the Massachusettes Bay whose strong dissection allowed the layout of natural harbors. Boston is known to have one of the most attractive and liveable urban town centers of the country.
Boston is an important industrial, artistic and intellectual center. The Boston Symphony Orchestra also enjoys a worldwide reputation as well as universities such as Harvard and MIT, which lie in the suburb of Cambridge.
A four-kilometer-long red line leading along sidewalks takes you to the sights of the USA independence movement. Starting at the city park, the Boston Common, the oldest public park of USA, it leads to Charlestown; meanwhile all the important 16 sites of this historical period are gone through. One station is, among others, he Old State House, from whose balcony John Adams proclaimed the Declaration of Independence in 1776.
Museum of Science
Many interactive exhibits and experiments invite to join in. Not only children can playfully explore the natural sciences and engineering sciences here. ]Next to the museum is the "Hayden Planetarium" with laser shows and current presentations. In addition, it hosts the "Mugar Omni Theatre", an IMAX theater.
The State House, Parliament of Massachusetts, the Boston Common Museum of Fine Arts:
This art museum is one of the most important in New England. It houses an important collection of Egyptian and Nubian antiquities and a significant collection of Chinese objects. Paintings by Rembrandt and El Greco are seen as well as works by Vincent van Gogh, Paul Gauguin, Auguste Renoir, Édouard Manet, Edvard Munch and Max Beckmann.
New England Aquarium
Next to the sea, there is much to see what lives in the sea from penguins on to sea lions to jellyfish. In a huge, cylindrical salt water tank which is visible from all sides, an artificial reef is home to several hundred different species of fish.