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February 26, 2020

Visit Plymouth: Leyden Street - The Oldest Street in America

While in Plymouth, we drove onto Leyden Street, which is believed to be the oldest street in America.


Originally known as First Street, this street is where the Pilgrims built their homes beginning in the 1620s.


We did not get out to walk around (it was way too cold), but it was pretty neat to be driving on the oldest street in the nation!

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