Al's Photography Blog

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Saturday, April 23, 2016

Boston Famous Old Houses

I'm so far behind on my posts that I'm going back to last summer for this one. Boston has a lot of history, and here are a couple of famous landmarks in the city. First is the Old South Meeting House, originally a church, it's most famous as the building in which the Boston Tea Party was organized.
We didn't have time to tour the museum inside but I did take a quick peek through the door.
Next is the Old State House, the oldest surviving public building in Boston.
On March 5, 1770, the Boston Massacre occurred in front of the building; the spot is marked.

16 comments:

  1. Love the photos. I'll be sure to look out for those buildings when I visit Boston next month.

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  2. OOh. Love these. The first one makes me stretch and the staircase winds me up. http://www.looseleafnotes.com/2016/04/tarot-to-go/

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  3. They may be old, but they are still stately! I remember these landmarks opn my only trip to Boston.

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  4. I would love to visit Boston again. My first visit was so rushed - I get a good sense of history when I see this third shot.

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  5. I've visited both those places when I was in Boston years ago. It's such a wonderful city - so much history!

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  6. wonderful pictures. I love the staircase. And I like Boston.
    Best regards
    susa

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  7. nice glimpse into Boston's architecture and history.

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  8. Great staircase photo!
    Greetings from Germany

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  9. Love the photos of Boston, it is a very beautiful city!

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  10. Great shots of Boston ~ neat shadow effect in the staircase shot!

    Happy Week to you ~ ^_^

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  11. meeting houses are a popular fixture in New England

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  12. Beautiful photos. By seeing the steps my head got twisted...

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  13. I can honestly say I have seen that place, I loved Boston

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  14. So beautiful photos, principally the photo and perspective of the stair!

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  15. I love the image of the stairs.

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