Copley Square & Boylston St., Boston Photos

The area around Copley Square and along Boylston Street within Back Bay contains some of Boston's more interesting Victorian buildings.

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Copley Square with Trinity Church, John Hancock Tower, & Fairmont Copley Plaza. Boston, MA.John Hancock Tower. Boston, MA.John Hancock Tower. Boston, MA.Trinity Church & John Hancock Tower. Boston, MA.
Copley Square with Trinity Church, John Hancock Tower, & Fairmont Copley Plaza (1912). Boston, MA.John Hancock Tower (1976) (60 floors). Boston, MA. Architect: I.M. Pei & Partners.John Hancock Tower (1976) (60 floors) (200 Clarendon St.). Boston, MA. Architect: I.M. Pei & Partners.Trinity Church (1875 ) (Boylston St.) & John Hancock Tower. Boston, MA. Architect: Henry Hobson Richardson.
Trinity Church & John Hancock Tower. Boston, MA.Gabel of Trinity Church. Boston, MA.Trinity Church one of the defining buildings of Victorian Romanesque. Boston, MA.Boston Public Library. Boston, MA.
Trinity Church & John Hancock Tower. Boston, MA.Gabel of Trinity Church. Boston, MA.Trinity Church (1873-7) one of the defining buildings of Victorian Romanesque. Boston, MA. Style: Richardsonian Romanesque. Architect: Henry Hobson Richardson. On National Register. Boston Public Library (1887-95). Boston, MA. Style: Renaissance Revival. Architect: McKim, Mead & White. On National Register.
Cast-iron Copley Square subway entrance in front of Boston Public Library. Boston, MA.John Singleton Copley statue by Lewis Cohen in Copley Sq. Boston, MA.Tortoise & Hare by Nancy Schön in Copley Square celebrate runners in the Boston Marathon. Boston, MA.Hare from Tortoise & Hare sculpture by Nancy Schön in Copley Square. Boston, MA.
Cast-iron Copley Square subway entrance in front of Boston Public Library. Boston, MA.John Singleton Copley (1738-1815) statue (2002) by Lewis Cohen in Copley Sq. Boston, MA.Tortoise & Hare (1995) by Nancy Schön in Copley Square celebrate runners in the Boston Marathon. Boston, MA.Hare from Tortoise & Hare sculpture (1995) by Nancy Schön in Copley Square. Boston, MA.
Tortoise from Tortoise & Hare by Nancy Schön in Copley Square. Boston, MA.Row of commercial heritage buildings with tower of New Old South Church at end. Boston, MA.New Old South Church. Boston, MA.New Old South Church bell tower. Boston, MA.
Tortoise from Tortoise & Hare (1995) by Nancy Schön in Copley Square. Boston, MA.Row of commercial heritage buildings (most 1915) (673-635 Boylston St.) with tower of New Old South Church at end. Boston, MA.New Old South Church (1874) (635-645 Boylston St.). Boston, MA. Style: Victorian Gothic.New Old South Church bell tower. Boston, MA.
Square dome of New Old South Church. Boston, MA.Gothic stonework of New Old South Church. Boston, MA.Commercial heritage building. Boston, MA.Stone bay window of Commercial heritage building. Boston, MA.
Square dome of New Old South Church. Boston, MA.Gothic stonework of New Old South Church. Boston, MA.Commercial heritage building (1886) (647 Boylston St.). Boston, MA. Architect: G. Wilton Lewis.Stone bay window of Commercial heritage building (1886) (647 Boylston St.). Boston, MA.
Streetscape at corner of Boylston & Dartmouth Streets. Boston, MA.Boylston St. buildings opposite Copley Square with tower of New England Life Insurance Building. Boston, MA.The Newbry [aka New England Life Insurance Building]. Boston, MA.500 Boylston Street. Boston, MA.
Streetscape at corner of Boylston & Dartmouth Streets. Boston, MA.Boylston St. buildings opposite Copley Square with tower of New England Life Insurance Building. Boston, MA.The Newbry [aka New England Life Insurance Building] (1938) (10 floors) (501 Boylston St.). Boston, MA. Architect: Cram & Ferguson.500 Boylston Street (1985) (25 floors). Boston, MA. Architect: Johnson/Burgee Architects.
500 Boylston St. Boston, MA.Facade of 500 Boylston St. Boston, MA.Berkeley St. streetscape Church of the Covenant beyond former Library. Boston, MA.The Berkeley. Boston, MA.
500 Boylston St. (1985) (25 floors). Boston, MA. Architect: Johnson/Burgee Architects.Facade of 500 Boylston St. (1985) (25 floors). Boston, MA.Berkeley St. streetscape Church of the Covenant (1867) (67 Newbury St.) beyond former Library. Boston, MA. Architect: Richard M. Upjohn.The Berkeley (1906) (420 Boylston). Boston, MA.
Bay windows of The Berkeley. Boston, MA.The Berkeley roofline details. Boston, MA.Berkeley Building. Boston, MA.Neoclassical carving on The Berkeley. Boston, MA.
Bay windows of The Berkeley. Boston, MA.The Berkeley roofline details. Boston, MA.Berkeley Building (1905) (414-426 Boylston St.). Boston, MA. Style: Classical Revival. Architect: Codman & Despradelle.Neoclassical carving on The Berkeley. Boston, MA.
Woodbury Building & Boylston St. streetscape. Boston, MA.Streetscape of Boylston St. from Berkeley St. east. Boston, MA.399 Boylston St. & Arlington Street Church. Boston, MA.Universalist Publishing Company Building & heritage commercial building. Boston, MA.
Woodbury Building (c1898) (443 Boylston St.) & Boylston St. streetscape. Boston, MA.Streetscape of Boylston St. from Berkeley St. east. Boston, MA.399 Boylston St. (1983) & Arlington Street Church. Boston, MA.Universalist Publishing Company Building (1909) (359 Boylston St.) & heritage commercial building (1910) (355 Boylston St.). Boston, MA.
Heritage commercial buildings & Arlington Street Church. Boston, MA.Arlington Street Church. Boston, MA.Tower of Arlington Street Church. Boston, MA.Arlington Building. Boston, MA.
Heritage commercial buildings (359-5 Boylston St.) & Arlington Street Church. Boston, MA.Arlington Street Church (1861) (351 Boylston St.). Boston, MA. Style: Georgian, Italianate. Architect: Arthur D. Gilman.Tower of Arlington Street Church (1861). Boston, MA.Arlington Building (344 Boylston St.). Boston, MA.
Apartments along Boylston Street facing Boston Common. Boston, MA.


Apartments along Boylston Street facing Boston Common. Boston, MA.



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