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Plymouth Rock

Listed under History in Plymouth, United States.

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Plymouth Rock is believed to be where the Pilgrims from the Mayflower first set foot on U.S. soil. The rock was actually split in 1774 and was said by some to represent the upcoming split of the British empire. Today, Plymouth Rock is situated by the sea in downtown Plymouth and the Mayflower II is anchored nearby. Although the rock itself isn't much to look at, Plymouth is a town of colonial history and is worth exploring.

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