What are the major landforms of Massachusetts?

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The Pilgrims landed on Plymouth Rock which is a major in Massachussetts. Mt. Greylock is another important landform as it is the highest peak. Other important landforms are the Appalachian highlands, the Cape Cod Bay, the Walden Pond, and the Connecticut River.
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