Situated on the west bank of Mystic River, Somerville is a suburb in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. It is one of the most densely populated cities in New England and has a plethora of restaurants, shopping centers, and hangout places to hop around. Somerville originally became famous as the birthplace of the renowned Fluff and conducted the Fluff festival every year.
Not only this, it has many historical places that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the Somerville Museum is an excellent place to start exploring the city. When in the city, one cannot miss The Somerville Community Path, which is a tree-lined rail-trail and offers an enjoyable walk. A key highlight of the town is that one can walk down to the Boston Harbor or the Charles River and enjoy the city view, all at once.
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