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The Top 10 Boston Architecture Walking Tours

Explore Boston by foot on a Boston Architecture Photo Walking Tour. Beacon Hill is an upscale 19th-century English-inspired neighborhood lined with picturesque streets, brick sidewalks, antique gas lamps lit 24 hours a day, lovely doors and unique door knockers, hidden houses, beautiful flowers spilling out of window boxes and boot scrapers on the doorsteps.

Two of the highlights on a PhotoWalks Beacon Hill tour are Acorn Street, the most photographed street in Boston and Louisburg Square, an exclusive area where there are pricey Greek Revival-style brick row houses.

On the PhotoWalks Boston’s Architectural Landmarks tour, there’s an eclectic mix of architectural styles in Copley Square: Romanesque, Italian Gothic, Italian Renaissance Classicism, Art Deco and modern.

PhotoWalks provides interesting commentary on the iconic architectural landmarks on three Boston city walks:

Beacon Hill         Highlights of Boston       Boston’s Architectural Landmarks

 

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