Faneuil Hall : History oldest Marketplace in Boston 

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Faneuil Hall is a historic market and meeting hall located in Boston, Massachusetts, United States.

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Since the construction of Faneuil Hall in the 18th century, it has played an important role in the history and politics of the city.

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This Faneuil Hall was built in 1742 by wealthy merchant Peter Faneuil as a gift to the city.

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It was designed by John Smibert and contained a ground floor market hall where local farmers and fishermen lived.

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During the American Revolution, the hall was a center of political activism and debate. It hosted speeches by Samuel Adams.

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After the war, the hall remained a center of civic activity. It was the site of Boston's first town meeting

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It remains a popular tourist attraction and is now part of the Faneuil Hall Marketplace for shopping.

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Even today, Faneuil Hall is used for public events including political rallies, concerts, and cultural concerts.

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Faneuil Hall is also a National Historic Landmark and is considered one of the most important historical sites in the United States.

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