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Botwulfstūn Burg
City of Boston
Fram uferran ƿinstran dǣle sunnewīs: Sēo midlenburg, sēo Fenway Park, Christian Scientist Church, sēo burg fram þæm ġemǣneland, se Behogodlice Tūr and þæt Botwulfstūn Burggeþingþbold
Fram uferran ƿinstran dǣle sunnewīs: Sēo midlenburg, sēo Fenway Park, Christian Scientist Church, sēo burg fram þæm ġemǣneland, se Behogodlice Tūr and

þæt Botwulfstūn Burggeþingþbold

Official flag of Botwulfstūn Burg
Flag
Official seal of Botwulfstūn Burg
Seal
Ymbenama: Sēo Burg, Sēo Burg an āne Hylle, Se Nafu, Athēnas American, Sēo Cūsclice Burg, Se Cradol Freodomes, Se Cradol þære Ymbhweorfnesse American, Bēantūn, Andwealdtūn, Sēo Burg Sigecempena, Se Olde Tūn
Plæċe on Massachusetts Rīce
Plæċe on Massachusetts Rīce
Coordinates: 42°36′N 71°06′W / 42.600°N 71.100°W / 42.600; -71.100
Country United States
State Boston
Lēodweard
 - Burgealdor Marty Walsh
Landmearc
 - Burg  10,600 sq mi (27,600 km²)
 - Land  48.42 sq mi (125.41 km²)
 - Water  165.6 sq mi (106.73 km²)
 - Urban  1,770 sq mi (4,600 km²)
 - Ealdorburg  4,500 sq mi (11,700 km²)
Elevation  141 ft (43 m)
Lēodrǣden (2019)[1][2][3][4][5]
 - Burg 692,600
 - Density 14,344/sq mi (5,538/km²)
 - Urban 4,180,000
 - Ealdorburg 4,628,910
 - Demonym Bostonian
Tīdgeard EST (UTC-5)
 - Sumor (DST) EDT (UTC-4)
Area code(s) 617, 857
Webstede: www.boston.gov

Sēo Burg Botwulfstūn (Nīwenglisc sprǣc: Boston /ˈbɔːstən/) is sēo mǣste burg and hēafodstōl þæs underrīces Massachusetts. Hiere burgealdor tōdæg is Marty Walsh.

Botwulfstūn hæfþ 692,600 lēode (2019) on þæm lahlicum endum þæs burġe and 4,628,910 lēode (2019) on þæm ceasterniscum begange þæs burġe.

Botwulfstūn is ān of þæm ieldestum burgum on þæm Geānedum Rīcum American and wæs sēo plæċe of syndrigum hefġum dǣdum of þære Ymbhweorfnesse American, hwelċe wæron sēo Cwaltt Botwulfstūnes, þæt Tēsymbel Botwulfstūnes, sēo Beadu of Bunkershylle and þæt Ymbset Botwulfstūnes.

Tōdæg is Botwulfstūn sēo plæċe of syndrigum cræftsetnesum and lārsetnesum.

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  2. Annual Estimates of the Resident Population for Incorporated Places of 50,000 or More, Ranked by July 1, 2019 Population: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2019. United States Census Bureau, Population Division. Begieten on May 21, 2020.
  3. Alphabetically sorted list of Census 2000 Urbanized Areas (TXT). United States Census Bureau, Geography Division.
  4. Table 1. Annual Estimates of the Population of Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (CBSA-EST2011-01) (CSV). United States Census Bureau, Population Division.
  5. Table 2. Annual Estimates of the Population of Combined Statistical Areas: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (CBSA-EST2011-02) (CSV). United States Census Bureau, Population Division.