Harvard Yard

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The oldest part of the university, Harvard Yard includes Massachusetts Hall [A] (1720), the oldest Harvard building still standing; Holden Chapel [B], the university's first official chapel; and University Hall [C] (1815), fronted by Daniel Chester French's statue of college founder John Harvard.

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Bordé par Massachusetts Ave., Quincy St. et Cambridge St.

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