About Fitchburg, Massachusetts

Fitchburg City is made up of a community that is composed of around 41,000 residents and it is situated in the northern central part of the Worcester County, Massachusetts. Apart from being one of the biggest cities in the said county, the city is able to remain consistent with its own warm and tiny town ambiance. Fitchburg is well known for having those lines of old mills that line up along the Nashua River and its hilly topography. It also has regional parks and a neighborhood that is tightly knit. With all these, it is able to remain true to its old cultural character. Majority of the cultural assets that it is proud of would be the Fitchburg State College and their very own Fitchburg Art Museum. It is also the host city of the yearly bike race that is popular all over the world which is called the Longsjo Classic race. The city is also conveniently located about ten miles away from New Hampshire and 50 from Boston. Fitchburg offers amazing access through its MBTA commuter train to all possible destination points nearby. The entire city used to depend on the manufacturing of paper products and in time has expanded to other fields like the dye, pharmaceuticals, plastic molds, textile and even as a leading machine manufacturer. Some of the popular attractions that you can visit would be the Center Stage at Fitchburg State College, Coggshall Park, Ryan C. Joubett Memorial Skatepark and numerous church ministries that welcome almost every kind of religion

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