HIstorically known for having an Italian influence, the North End is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Boston. Numerous narrow streets are lined with brick rowhouses that offer apartment and condo living for its residents. There is no shortage of fine dining in this neighborhood. Countless restaurants line the main Hanover Street and secondary roads that comprise the North End. Aside from the fine cuisine, the North End is also a landmark for history. Copp’s Hill Terrace, St. Stephen’s Church and the Paul Revere House are just a few points of popular interest.
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