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Quincy shares borders with Boston to the north (separated by the Neponset River ), Milton to the west, Randolph and Braintree to the south, and Weymouth (separated by the Fore River ) and Hull (maritime border between Quincy Bay and Hingham Bay ) to the east. Historically, before incorporation when it was called "Mount Wollaston" and later as the "North Precinct" of Braintree, Quincy roughly began at the Neponset River in the north and ended at the Fore River in the south.
Quincy Bay, within city limits to the northeast, is part of Boston Harbor and Massachusetts Bay . There are several beaches in Quincy, including Wollaston Beach along Quincy Shore Drive . Located on the western shore of Quincy Bay, Wollaston Beach is the largest Boston Harbor beach. Quincy's territory includes Hangman Island , Moon Island (restricted access, and all land is owned by the City of Boston), Nut Island (now a peninsula), and Raccoon Island in the Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area .
According to the United States Census Bureau , the city has a total area of 26.9 square miles (70 km 2 ), of which 16.8 square miles (44 km 2 ) is land and 10.1 square miles (26 km 2 ) is water. The total area is 37.60% water.
Although Quincy is primarily urban, 2,485 acres (3.9 sq mi; 10.1 km 2 ) or fully 23 percent of its land area lies within the uninhabited Blue Hills Reservation , a state park managed by the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation . This undeveloped natural area encompasses the southwestern portion of Quincy and includes the city's highest point, 517 foot (158 m) Chickatawbut Hill. Other hills within Quincy include Forbes Hill in Wollaston, Presidents Hill in Quincy Center and Penns Hill in South Quincy.
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