Norumbega Tower

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The Norumbega Tower is a stone tower erected by Eben Norton Horsford in 1889 to mark the supposed location of Fort Norumbega, a Norse fort and city. It is located in Weston, Massachusetts at the confluence of Stony Brook and the Charles River.

References[edit]

  • Eben Norton Horsford, "The Discovery of the Ancient City of Norumbega" (November, 1889) full text

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Coordinates: 42°21′12.20″N 71°15′43.6″W / 42.3533889°N 71.262111°W / 42.3533889; -71.262111