Boston Community is one of those sights that simply cannot be ignored. This name refers to the old quarter of the city; that place has also got the name "Little Italy" for its attractive and unusual architecture. Walking along the streets of this quarter will bring in many nice memories. The majority of the buildings here are small wooden houses built in the old English style. The houses are mixed with beautiful parks and shady paths. You will also find some very interesting shops and cafes here. Boston community is truly a perfect place for calm and secluded rest.
Every year the capital of Massachusetts attracts thousands of tourists. And there’s nothing surprising in this - Boston was the cradle of the American Revolution. This is the place, from which the...
The Parliament building, which was built in the middle of the 18th century, is one of the most striking architectural places of interest of the whole city. Here tourists have an opportunity to inspect the inner decoration of halls and corridors and participate in excursions that are held here every day. The buildings of old universities are also among most remarkable houses of the city. Many of them were built more than a hundred years ago. Do not forget to walk on the "Freedom Trail" as this is the best way to observe the city and learn something new about its history. One of the entrances of the trail is located in Boston Community. This beautiful road made of red bricks passes through the most remarkable places of the city. The length of the road estimates 4.5 km.
Art lovers and people who enjoy walking on beautiful places will be surely interested to visit the district named Beacon Hill. Several centuries ago here lived famous politicians, artists and writers. Currently City Park is the main attraction of this district. This is one of the oldest and most beautiful parks in America. Your visit to National Historic Park will be no less interesting as more than 15 historical monuments and a museum are located on its territory. The halls of the museum exhibit a rich collection of historical artifacts, documents and books. Fans of modern art will surely enjoy exhibitions that are regularly organized in Arden Gallery. The gallery stores a collection of works by Paul Ballmer, Tom Paiement, Joan Matter and Paul Bellevue.