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12 responses to “Five Things I Adore about Dorchester”

  1. Can-Can

    I didn’t know about the Polish Triangle or that it was designated thus. I will check out Pollonia and Sugar Bowl. It’s funny how many of us adore the same things about our great big community.
    thanks for letting me know that Carpenter’s Hall is the name of the building that’s going up. I have been wondering what it was. Ditto about Dorchester being the birth place of Leonard Nimoy.

    1. Adam Pieniazek

      Yup, the designation was fairly recent ( I believe this year, or within the past year), but it’s appropriate, for some reason Polish people cluster to this little triangular space.

      I think we adore the same things because those are Dorchester’s strengths and likely the reason many Dot residents chose the area. Happy Adore-Chester day!

  2. Denver Engagement Photographer

    lol… i like the Leonard nimoy part… that’s a hilarious piece of trivia.

  3. netbet

    Thanks a million for this post! It’s always so nice when the person really likes the native place. Today many people move from one city to another, some of them for work others – just for pleasure. They don’t think much and often can’t say anything about the history and the sights of the city where they live. It’s the great pleasure to read this text which is full of love to Dorchester, I’d like to visit the place which causes such positive emotions.

  4. whaleheadking

    Dorchester is a loveable place. Leonard Nemoy is from here. So is the man who played the scarecrow in the film version of the Wizard of Oz. So are many, many other people. The old Dot is home town to all sorts of folks you've never heard of who have made good. Thanks, Adam, for hitting the highlights. Dorchester, Dorchester, uber alles.

  5. Scarthingwell

    Leonard Nimoy – great the way these little bits of trivia leak out about a place. I'm just near the site of the bloodiest battle of the English civil war !

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  7. smith6237

    Looks like an interesting place & about it,s history & architecture aspect & definitely the polish triangle will be a proper part of history.

    Regards !

  8. raiz

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  9. teendudes

    This post of yours serves as a tribute to your hometown. Everyone will long for a chance to add laurels to their hometown and you did it through this post by familiarizing Dorchestor to many.

  10. LTO-2

    I would love to visit this place.I,ll visit it soon.Thanks for the historical info.

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    A great history about dorchester, which will attract the readers to visit the place of change history.
    Good luck for the information, one day i will be plan to come to dorchester on tour