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Springfield, Massachusetts

The Springfield, Massachusetts is a city. Springfield is a city in Massachusetts. It is the county seat of Hampden County^GR6. As of the 2000 census, the city population was 152,082. It is the third largest in Massachusetts and the fourth largest in New England (behind Boston, Providence and Worcester). According to a July 1, 2003 Census estimate of 152,157 people. The city is the largest (and also historically the first) city called Springfield in the United States. It is also the largest city on the Connecticut River and the largest city in Western Massachusetts and the Pioneer Valley. It is home to the Basketball Hall of Fame and the Springfield Falcons hockey team. It has a notable history as the home to Theodore Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, and as the birthplace of that great American pastime, basketball, invented by James Naismith at Springfield College. It is also home to the western world's largest collection of Chinese cloisonné at the G.W. Vincent Smith Art Museum. With Hartford, Connecticut, greater Springfield constitutes New England's Knowledge Corridor.

Interesting places in Springfield, Massachusetts:
Springfield Cemetery   Springfield Museums At The Quadrangle
Watershops Pond   Mattoon Street Historic District
John Homer Miller Field   Mass Mutual Center
Springfield College   Blake Arena
Hungry Hill   Blunt Park
I-91 / I-291 Interchange   Springfield, MA, Amtrak Station
Basketball Hall of Fame   Amtrak Springfield Mail Handling Terminal (defunct)`
Springfield Armory National Historic Site   Springfield Technical Community College & Armory
Baystate Medical Center   Springfield Plaza
Christ Church Episcopal Cathedral   Van Horn Park
Blake Track   Sheraton Springfield Monarch Place Hotel
Western New England College   ( site of ) The Duryea Brothers Automobile Workshop
City Tax Office  

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Nearest places of interest:

Blake Arena
Springfield College
Watershops Pond
East Longmeadow
  Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company
Western New England College
John Homer Miller Field
Blunt Park

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