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Foxborough, Massachusetts
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    (circa June 10, 1778- )
    Born in United States
    Located in Norfolk County
    Located 35 km southwest of Boston
    Population is 16,693 as of 2016 census
    Home of the New England Patriots and New England Revolution sports franchises
    Town nickname is The Gem of Norfolk County
    It is often shortened to Foxboro by the United States Postal Service.
    It has extremely cold winters.
    Most people only know of it because of the Patriots.
    Unless you are a Pats fan, there isn't a lot to do here.
    The 2001 AFC Championship game, which was known for being played in a snowstorm, was also remembered by being the infamous 'Tuck Rule' call was played here.
    It was named after Charles James Fox, who was a supporter of the American colonization movement.
    It was home to the largest straw hat factory in the United States, prior to a fire which destroyed the building in the early 20th century.
    They stepped up and offered the land for a stadium, which in turn kept the Patriots in the Greater Boston area.
    They hosted the 2016 NHL Winter Classic game between the Boston Bruins and the Montreal Canadiens at Gillette Stadium.
    Outside of sports, the community is known for its contributions to the dairy and farming industry.

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