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What is the town of Hull, Mass.?

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Hull is a peninsula town located on the eastern tip of Massachusetts. It is located in Plymouth County, southeast of Boston. The town is located along the Nantasket Peninsula, next to Spinnaker island and Inner Seal Rock.

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As of 2010, the population of Hull is 10,293 people. The median household income as of 2012 is $72,094, almost $7,000 higher than the median income across the state of Massachusetts. In Hull, the median home and condo value as of 2012 is $334,745. The population in Hull mostly has Irish, Italian, English, German, French and Portuguese ancestry. Nearly 30 percent of the Hull population has never been married, and nearly half the population is married.

The most common industries in Hull include construction, retail and public administration. The average monthly temperatures in Hull range from 30 degrees in January to just over 70 degrees in July. Some popular sightseeing and vacationing activities in Hull include visiting Nantasket beach and the Paragon Carousel and Museum, going kayaking and visiting historic Fort Revere Park.

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