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Beach in Commercial Street, Provincetown, Cape Cop, MA

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This is the beach on Commercial Street, Provincetown, Cape Cod.  Provincetown is at the tip of the CapeCod peninsula.  It's a very busy tourist attraction.

Commercial St. is a one way street and very narrow. There are too many people walking.

During the winter the population of Provincetown is around 3,500.

But during the summer, the population is about 50,000. So you can believe it is a tourist hotspot!

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