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The Bunker Hill Monument carries a rich history with it. It stands a high 221 feet at Breed's Hill, the site of the first major battle of the American Revolution in 1775.

During the British occupation in Boston, they transferred the more dominant Bunker Hill into this place where it?s lower and closer to the water. The elevation of structures was very important back then.

At present, there are 294 steps that lead to the pinnacle of Bunker Hill Monument. It has no elevator whatsoever, but the vista at the end of it is surely worth the climb. The panorama that awaits every visitor is no less than breath taking. The journey to the top definitely reminds people of the bravery each American soldier had during the British colonization. Each step tells us of the triumphant moments we had in history.
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