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Often called “The Land of Pilgrims and Presidents,” the South Shore is an inviting region that encompasses distinctive towns, beautiful beaches, scenic harbors and bays, historic homes, and fascinating museums. The peaceful communities that punctuate the area have long attracted those who enjoy the sound of sea gulls in the early morning or the feeling of saltwater mist and ocean breezes. The South Shore is a haven for anyone who appreciates the picturesque charm and distinctive beauty of quintessential “New England.”

Duxbury

42.0418° N, 70.6723° W

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Founded in 1637, many beautiful historic homes from the shipbuilding era still exist. Duxbury’s nationally recognized school system, the maritime school & gorgeous beaches.

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Norwell

42.1615° N, 70.7928° W

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Some of the finest frigates, schooners and merchant vessels to ever sail were produced in Norwell in the 1700′s.

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Plymouth

41.9584° N, 70.6673° W

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The town holds a place of great prominence in American history, folklore, and culture. The Town has maintained its small town charm with a vibrant downtown, 9 public beaches and an active harbor.

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Hingham

42.2418° N, 70.8898° W

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Hingham Bay is a part of outer Boston Harbor and the Hingham Shipyard is filled with shops, restaurants, and plenty of entertainment.

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Cohasset

42.2418° N, 70.8037° W

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Cohasset’s quaint central village boasts culinary delights, specialty shops, and the St. Stephen’s Church with its 56 bell carillon that has offered Sunday concerts since 1924.

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Scituate

42.1959° N, 70.7259° W

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In the 376 years since its incorporation, it has evolved from a summer colony to a residential community, yet has managed to retain the flavor of its past.

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Marshfield

42.0917° N, 70.7056° W

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The Town of Marshfield is an eclectic mix of people, architecture and landscape. With 5 miles of beaches, Marshfield is a popular summer destination.

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Kingston

41.9933° N, 70.7285° W

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Kingston is a philanthropic community. Through fundraising, The "Boneyard" dog park was created so that pets and people could have a place to meet.

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Pembroke

42.0715° N, 70.8092° W

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Pembroke is a haven for the outdoorsy: there are no less than eight (8) Horse farms; offering riding lessons to boarding.

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Abington

42.1048° N, 70.9453° W

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Located halfway between Boston and Plymouth, Abington's first major industry was Shoe-making which started in 1820 and continuing into the 20th century.

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Carver

41.8834° N, 70.7625° W

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It is named for John Carver, the first governor of the Plymouth Colony. Home of King Richard's Faire, the largest and longest-running renaissance fair in New England.

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Halifax

41.9912° N, 70.8620° W

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Founded in 1734. The Town of Halifax is located in the center of Plymouth County and stitches the South Shore together.

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Hanover

42.1162° N, 70.8477° W

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Established in 1727, a little over 100 years after the Pilgrims had landed in Plymouth. Close to beaches, Cape Cod, and easy access to the islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket.

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Whitman/Hanson

42.0807° N, 70.9356° W

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At one time there were over 20 shoe factories. Ocean Spray was first started by several bogs in Hanson. Today, both communities are mostly residential, with some farming and cranberry farming.

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Hull

42.3021° N, 70.9078° W

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Named for Kingston upon Hull, England. Settled in 1622. Incorporated in 1644. Early industries included fishing, trade and salvaging shipwrecks.

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Quincy

42.2529° N, 71.0023° W

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Quincy is the birthplace of two U.S. presidents—John Adams and his son John Quincy Adams—as well as John Hancock, a President of the Continental Congress and the first signer of the Declaration of Independence.

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Plympton

41.9559° N, 70.8148° W

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Today, the town is mostly rural and residential, with very little industry. It is easily one of the least developed towns in the southeastern part of the state. The Winnetuxet River and many other brooks, as well as several smaller ponds, lie within the town.

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Rockland

42.1307° N, 70.9162° W

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Rockland was settled by European settlers, as a northeastern region of neighboring Abington in 1673. The town separated and incorporated as Rockland on March 9, 1874. It is named for the town's rocky nature,

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Weymouth

42.2181° N, 70.9410° W

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Weymouth was settled in 1622 as Wessagusset Colony and Incoproated as Weymouth in 1635. The Town has colloquially been referred to as "Suburban Southie" and "Southie on the South Shore" due to the high influx of South Boston residents and Irish Catholic culture in the town.

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Braintree

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The area was resettled and incorporated as the town of Braintree, named after the English town of Braintree in 1640. Born in Braintree, Massachusetts in 1737 John Hancock remained in Braintree all of his life. Retirement home of the co-inventor of the telephone Thomas Watson.

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