Roslindale

Roslindale

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Now part of the city of Boston, these neighborhoods were once referred to as “streetcar suburbs” for their main method of transportation. Among the area’s points of interest: Roslindale’s Arnold Arboretum is a 265-acre park that links the neighborhood to nearby Jamaica Plain, continuing the city’s “Emerald Necklace” of green areas; the Roxbury Latin School, founded in 1645 in West Roxbury, is considered by some to be oldest school in continuous existence in North America; and Hyde Park boasts the George Wright Golf Course, designed by the legendary Donald Ross.

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