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Boston College Eagles – Alumni Stadium Aerial and Bird’s Eye View

With a capacity of 44,500 maroon-and-gold-clad fans, Alumni Stadium is the home of the Eagles. The current version of Alumni Stadium opened in the fall of 1995. The roots of Alumni Stadium and on-campus football at Boston College date back to 1915, when the original Alumni Stadium was dedicated. The facility was located on middle […]

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New England Patriots – Gillette Stadium Aerial and Bird’s Eye View

Gillette Stadium is the home stadium for the New England Patriots football team and the New England Revolution soccer team. Located in Foxborough, Massachusetts, the facility opened in 2002, replacing Foxboro Stadium. The seating capacity is 68,756, including 6,000 club seats and 87 luxury suites. The stadium is owned and operated by Massachusetts businessman Robert […]

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Boston Tea Party Museum Aerial and Bird’s Eye View

Currently under renovation, the Boston Tea Party Ship and Museum are shown on Virtual Earth in the map below. Check out the link below to read more about the renovation. First, a little history about the Boston Tea party from their site: On May 10, 1773, the British parliament authorized the East India Co., which […]

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Six Flags New England Aerial and Bird’s Eye View

Six Flags New England, or SFNE, is a theme park in the Six Flags chain of parks, named for the New England region in which it is located. Six Flags New England is located in greater Springfield, Massachusetts, in the nearby town of Agawam, Massachusetts. Like most other Six Flags parks, Six Flags New England […]

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Boston Red Sox: Fenway Park Aerial View

Old Capacity: 35,000 (1912) Current Capacity:33,577 for day games and 33,993 for night games (2001). Opened in 1912 with the first official game on April 20 (after rainouts the previous two days), the Red Sox defeated NY Highlanders (now Yankees), 7-6, in 11 innings before 27,000, as Tris Speaker drove in the winning run. The […]

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