The Massachusetts State House is instantly recognizable anywhere in the city because of its brilliant golden dome. The dome, and the building itself, is an architectural treasure as well as a unique part of Boston's history.
The Massachusetts State House features a cornerstone laid by Samuel Adams and a dome coppered by Paul Revere. If these facts don't have history buffs running to do a tour of the building (free walking tours are available from 10 am until 3:30 pm), then the fact that the building is filled with works of art depicting the state's unique heritage should.
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