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Welcome to Harvard Square Each year, over 8 million men, women and children visit Harvard Square. Visitors come for a variety of reasons; this is a place of history, of books, of ideas, and of learning. It is a place of bookstores and coffee houses...more
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Truly enjoyed our visit to Harvard Square. The energy of the area is amazing. Students and vistors are going in a hundred different directions to shop, eat and discover Harvard. The diversity of nationalities was also very interesting.
...academic arrogance, complete with iconoclastic traditions, bias and outrageous algorithms. Too bad that boasting about one of the two largest private libraries and the largest endowment doesn’t translate into academic tolerance and wide range of opinions.
Harvard square is an enjoyable area to walk around. There are tons of interesting shops on the streets surrounding Harvard square.
When I was there, there were also games (ping pong, foosball, beanie bag toss...) set up outside for people to use.
Harvard student's delight.and also for all other people in Cambridge. So many restaurants all cuisines cafes markets it's a lovely square known for its eatery. It's right outside the Harvard dorms and Harvard school. Because of our association with the area we dined 3-4 times...More