Tea Partiers take note: This 1729 edifice was where a large crowd of angry Bostonians gathered in December 1773 to protest the tea tax that led to the Boston Tea Party. Though the largest structure in Boston when built, it struck me as less imposing than other stops on the Freedom Trail walking tour, probably because of its more austere architecture than some other buildings. But there is still a lot of history here, and it's worth a look.
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