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This Elizabethan town house is packed with history – and has survived in its current state since the late sixteenth century. Built in 1596 by Thomas Rodgers, whose grandson founded Harvard University, it has an impressive exterior with elaborate carvings. And it’s now open to the public– among the displays is a tapestry panel which depicts the Biblical story of Joseph dating back to the late 1500s.
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