It is located to the North-East of
the country. It borders: to the
Noth with New Hampshire's
states and Vermont, to And with
the Atlantic Ocean, to the S with
the states of Connecticut and
Rhode Island, and to Or with the
New York State.
Boston is the capital city most filled with the Union of Massachusetts. Founded in 1630,
Boston is one of the oldest and culturally significant cities of the United States,
considered as a city of world.
It is the biggest third city of Massachusetts and the fourth biggest of New England after
Boston, Providence and Worcester. It is the first one and bigger city of the United States
that is called Springfield. It is the home of the Basketball Hall of Fame and has account with
the equipment of ice hockey of the Springfield Falcons.
It was Theodore Geisel's home, more known as Dr. Seuss, and the
place of birth of the basketball, invented by James Naismith in the
The Naismith Memorial Basketball
Hall of Fame recognizes and
rewards players who have
demonstrated an extreme skill in
basketball along his career and
trainers or umpires with a great
contribution to the world of the
basketball. Some entire equipments
also are situated in the Hall of
Fame, as the Harlem Globetrotters.
As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 105,167. It is the fourth largest
city in the state. Lowell and Cambridge are the county seats of Middlesex County
Cambridge is known for being the city sedate of the University Harvard and of
the Technological Institute of Massachusetts (MIT). According to the census of
the year 2000, the city has a population of 101.355 inhabitants, though many
people go to Cambridge to work.
The University Harvard
is the most ancient
institution of higher
education of the United
Cambridge is a city in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States,
in the Greater Boston area. It was named in honor of the University of
Cambridge in England. Cambridge is most famous for two prominent
universities, Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of
Brockton is the 6th largest city in
Massachusetts and is sometimes referred
to the "City of Champions", mainly due to
the success of native boxers Rocky
Marciano and Marvin Haggler, as well as
its successful Brockton High School sports
It is the seventh largest city
in the state. New Bedford is
nicknamed "The Whaling
City" because it was one of
the most important ports
for the whaling industry.
Located along the eastern shore of Mount Hope Bay at the mouth of
the Taunton River, the City became famous during the 19th century as
the leading textile manufacturing center in the United States.
Lynn is a city in Essex County, Massachusetts, United States. An older industrial
center, Lynn is home to Lynn Beach and Lynn Heritage State Park. Currently,
Edward "Chip" Clancy, Jr. is serving his second term as Mayor.
Its nicknames are "The City of
Presidents", "City of Legends", and
"Birthplace of the American Dream".