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Irish Famine Memorial Boston Massachusetts
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http://www.boston.com/famine/

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To commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Irish Famine, Boston's Irish community unveiled a $1 million memorial park on June 28,1998. Located in downtown Boston, the park is sited along the city's Freedom Trail, and is visited annually by over three million people.

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