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Cambridge was incorporated as a city in 1846
The Charles River forms the southern border of Cambridge and 11 bridges connect Cambridge to Boston
Cambridge has a total area of 7.1 square miles
Population is approximately 105,162
Interesting Facts
  • Cambridge has the highest percentage of commuters who walk to work and receives a “Walk Score” of 100 out of 100 possible points.
  • Mount Auburn Cemetery, known as the first garden cemetery, is located at the western edge of Cambridge. It is well known as a first-rate arboretum, a  significant Important Bird Area (IBA), and for its distinguished inhabitants and its superb landscaping (the oldest planned landscape in the country).  Although typically labeled as a Cambridge landmark, much of the cemetery lies within the bounds of Watertown.
  • Cambridge Common—today called the birthplace of the U.S. Army because George Washington came up from Virginia to take command of fledgling volunteer American soldiers and camped there.
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Squares and Villages
  • Kendall Square
  • Harvard Central Square
  • East Cambridge
  • Lechmere Square
  • Mid Cambridge
  • Agassiz
  • Cambridgeport
  • Riverside
  • Inman Square
  • Central Square
  • Porter Square
  • Strawberry Hill
  • Cambridge Highlands
  • North Cambridge
  • Huron Village
  • One Green Line and 5 Red Line MBTA stops.
  • The Fitchburg Commuter Rail line is located in Porter Square  and connects East to Boston and West to various suburbs.
  • Bike Paths include the Minuteman Bikeway at Alewife and the Somerville Community Path.
  • Route 2, Route 16 and the McGrath Highway (Route 28).
  • Massachusetts Turnpike access is nearby on the Allston-Boston side of the river.
  • U.S. Route 1 and I-93 (MA) also provide additional access on the eastern end of Cambridge at Leverett Circle in Boston.

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