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Explore Boston - South Boston

Global Immersions Recruiting - Friday, March 16, 2012

As one of America’s oldest and most historic neighborhoods, South Boston is a waterfront community next to Fort Point Channel and Dorchester Bay.  Though it is traditionally known as an Irish Catholic neighborhood, as the City of Boston website notes, “in recent years South Boston has become increasingly desirable among young professionals and families who are attracted to the neighborhood's strong sense of community and quick access to downtown and public transportation”. 

South Boston's Dorchester Heights National Historic Site

Commonly referred to as “Southie,” South Boston is home to a variety of popular parks, beaches, and yearly events. Offering beautiful views, space for recreation and plenty of history, South Boston’s Castle Island features a Revolution-era fort, miles of shoreline and parklands, and a walkway along the beach. Many cultural and educational centers can also be found in South Boston, including the Institute for Contemporary Art, the Boston’s Children’s Museum, the John F. Kennedy Presidential Museum and Library, and the University of Massachusetts Boston. In addition, "Southie Pride" is on full display in March when city residents flock to the neighborhood to enjoy the annual South Boston St. Patrick's Day Parade. 

Have you recently been to South Boston? Let us know! If you’re Boston this weekend, be sure to head to South Boston on Sunday to see the Saint Patrick’s Day Parade! 


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