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A beautiful view of US history.

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episode transcription

Hello, I’m glad to greet you, I’m Yael Yancelson and today we’re going to a city that seems beautiful to me. We arrived in Boston in Massachusetts USA, so breathe, close your eyes, give me your hand and let yourself be guided, let’s begin!


Without a doubt, visiting Boston can be like opening an American history book. This is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the United States, the capital of the state of Massachusetts is a true melting pot of art, history, and culture.

One of the most famous events in the city’s history is the Boston Tea Party. An ideal place to learn about the political protest is the Boston Tea Party Museum Ship. So let’s get on board and actors dressed as historical figures are waiting for us to relive the moment when tea was thrown overboard in Boston Harbor. This mythical act of civil disobedience, popularly known as the Boston Tea Party, would unleash a series of social and political changes that would lead the Thirteen Colonies to become the United States of America, a new nation, and was a key factor in the American Revolution and changed the course of the country’s history

 Without a doubt, you can breathe the atmosphere that was experienced on December 16, 1773, when the real event occurred. It’s interesting to know that every year, the East India Tea Company donates tea to the museum for the performance WHICH WAS QUITE AN EXPERIENCE, RIGHT?

Now let’s walk a bit to admire the beautiful architecture of the city and see all the monuments of the Freedom Trail that are located side by side with the most popular restaurants, boutiques, and bars. Do you want to know how the independence of the United States began? United in Boston? So let’s walk through the four-kilometer Freedom Path and visit the 16 historical monuments. This route along a beautiful brick path connects sites and monuments, including those related to the struggle for independence and other important places in modern Boston. I love the reddish brick of its buildings, don’t you?

Here in Boston, it’s where the newest high-tech campuses mingle with some of America’s most prestigious universities.

And we cannot fail to know Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Harvard University was founded in 1636, on the Charles River in Cambridge. Walking around the campus to see the historic halls and the impressive architecture, gives us a certain air of tradition, doesn’t it? Harvard also has an incredible collection of museums, including the Harvard Museum of Natural History, the Peabody Museum of Archeology and Ethnology, and the Harvard Museum of Art. Let’s go quickly to the Harvard Museum of Natural History, here is the famous glass flower vase by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka.

In its beginnings, this private university only had nine students, today it has more than 371,000 living alumni and occupies the number one position in the Academic Ranking of World Universities; It is impressive to know that this library that we are entering is the largest private and academic library system in the world, comprising 79 individual libraries with more than 20 million volumes. We investigated a little about the history of this institution and we saw that already in the 19th century some Harvard faculties reluctantly accepted a small number of women in their classrooms. But in 1945, the Faculty of Medicine began to provide formally regulated university education to women. Harvard College, which is Harvard’s undergraduate training center, would become co-ed in 1977 after Harvard’s association with Radcliffe College, a sister educational institution for women, which had been founded one hundred and twenty years before. Among the former -students and current students are:

161 Nobel laureates, 18 Fields Medal winners, 14 Turing Award winners, 359 Rhodes Scholars and 242 Marshall Scholars, 10 Academy Awards, 48 ​​Pulitzer Prizes, 108 Olympic medals, 8 Presidents of the United States, and 30 Heads of State foreign. It’s so important for a reason!

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