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A bustling center of activity, Harvard Square embodies all that is Cambridge. Students and academics mix with tourists and locals to crowd the sidewalks and restaurants on weekends and evenings, while the streets are more relaxed during the week.
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Like a local video
In this edition of our "Like a local" video series, we tour Harvard Square, across the Charles River from Boston in Cambridge.
Although Cambridge is a hub of the intellectual, Harvard Square also has shops, landmarks and restaurants. Check out this interactive map for a guide to the square.
How well do you think you know Harvard Square? Take an up-close look at some of its iconic and lesser-known images and see how well you do.
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