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Barnstable

Barnstable village is a village in Barnstable on Cape Cod in Massachusetts. Barnstable village is the most historical of the seven Barnstable villages with an old-time feel due to the many old residences and municipal buildings in the villa...

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Brewster

Brewster history dates all the way back to 1803 when it was delegated as a parish of Harwich and incorporated as a town. Over time, Brewster has gained its fair share of nicknames and titles, and for good reason! Its most popular nickname i...

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Chatham

Chatham is located on the elbow of Cape Cod surrounded on three sides by water. Located halfway between Falmouth and Provincetown, it extends out to sea as the most easterly point in Massachusetts. Once a quiet farming and fishing communit...

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Dennis

Dennis combines its traditional New England heritage with modern day conveniences. The villages of East Dennis, Dennis and South Dennis feature scenic historic districts hailing back to whaling days, while tranquil tree-lined streets meand...

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Eastham

Eastham is found on the Outer Cape, isolated from the commercial and suburban, yet a short drive to Hyannis Port, the Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket ferry service, whale watches and hundreds of other Cape Cod attractions. The Cape Cod N...

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Hyannis

Hyannis derived its distinctive name from Iyannough, a kindly 17thcentury Wampanoag sachem, or chief, of the Mattakeese tribe. Its Village Green is marked by a bronze Iyannough statue. Hyannis is the Cape’s mercantile, transportation, an...

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Orleans

Set at the crossroads between the Lower Cape and the Outer Cape, Orleans is one of the most historically significant areas in the entire state. The sea has influenced the economy of Orleans from the beginning to the present. The fishing in...

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Osterville

As you might have surmised, this quiet village was once a center for oystering. Its original Native American name was Cotacheset. It remains a relatively obscure village that has a stupendously charming Main Street enclave of white clapboard ...

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Sandwich

There’s more to the historic town of Sandwich, MA than just its unusual name. The town, which is the oldest on Cape Cod, was founded all the way back in 1637. The marshes in town reminded its founders of Sandwich, England, and they decided...

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Yarmouth

Comfortable places to stay, exciting things to see and do, delicious places to dine, and shopping opportunities from playful to practical. Yarmouth has it all and getting here is easy! Our 17 square mile town, the second oldest on the Cape...

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