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Many area towns were built in the 18th century and most feature central squares surrounded by small businesses and residential neighborhoods.In 2011, Boston was ranked the fifth most literate big city in the United States, and a high share of area residents have a college degree.The metro area has a high proportion of population age 65 and older, and the age-adjusted health status of that population is among the best in the United States.Boston manages to meld scrappy and intellectual — a relatively small city that is home to some of the most prestigious universities in the world, bolstered by culture, parks and a fine quality of life.
Rates of smoking and obesity are low, so the metro area has low mortality from heart disease and low rates of hypertension.The city's parks are big and exceptionally good, with several designed by Frederick Law Olmsted.The Arnold Arboretum at Harvard is one of the finest in the world.Greater Boston (population 4.5 million) includes the city of Boston (617,594) and more than 100 cities and towns.
The smaller places range from 17th-century villages (Plymouth) to some of the oldest suburbs in America (Brookline and Braintree).The Massachusetts Audubon Society's Boston Nature Center has opened on the grounds of the old Boston State Hospital.The metro area also offers nearly 120 miles of Atlantic coastline and lots of dedicated bike paths. Massachusetts is a great place to be retired from a government job or the military because most payments from public pensions are exempt from state taxes.You could roam the hot spots of a town for months without meeting that special someone, then find a soul mate in a chance encounter at the post office. Meet new people and find love with help from AARP Dating.