Javier Meseguer Donlo Ferran Morillas Gonzàlez Lucas Pereira Lloveras BOSTON
Land and weather 2
Animals, birds and plants 5
Strange and wonderful 6
Famous people 8
Boston is located in the east coast of the USA. It’s the capital and the largest city of Massachusetts.
The population in 2009 was of 645,169 inhabitants. The area of the city is of 232,14 square km.
LAND AND WEATHER
The climate of Boston is Continental, but with maritime influences. It’s clasified by humid continental or humid subtropical. Summers are typical warm, rainy and humid. Winters are cold, windy and snowy. Spring and autumn are usually mild, but conditions are widely varied.
MONUMENTS Library John F Kennedy Boston Symphony Hall Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Quincy Market Fleet Center Harvard Church of Christ
ANIMALS, BIRDS AND PLANTS
In Boston there aren’t so many animals, only some rats, pigeons and squirrels.
In Boston, there are some planted trees by the city hall. Also there is grass like in most cities, but only in the parks.
STRANGE AND WONDERFUL
Boston is a very clean city. There are many parks with wonderful green spots, wich unlike other countries (Spain) are cleen and there is no rubish, and this makes that you can relaxe them and have a nap. This is not in all the city, in the neiberhoods of poor people there aren’t many cleen places.
Also there are some places wich every thing is strange, everyone in mcdonalds, everyone is fat, and at some hours you mustn’t talk to anyone because the people are concentrated into their calorie hamburguer.
Several prehistoric Native American archaeological sites that were excavated in the city have shown that the peninsula was inhabited as early as 5000 BC. Boston was founded on September 17, 1630, by Puritan colonists from England . I n 1822, the citizens of Boston voted to change the official name from "the Town of Boston" to "the City of Boston", and on March 4, 1822, the people of Boston accepted the charter incorporating the City. By the 1970s, the city's economy boomed after 30 years of economic downturn. A large number of high rises were constructed in the Financial District and in Boston's Back Bay during this time period.
Barbara Walters: Journalist Boston: Rock Band Samuel Morse: Inventor of Morse Code.