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Bay Village is one of the smallest neighborhoods in Boston, a friendly and Bohemian area that has become a hub for Boston's gay community.
Bay Village is one of the smallest neighborhoods in Boston, a friendly and Bohemian area that has become a hub for Boston's gay community. After the original mud flats were drained in the early 1800s, many craftsmen involved in the construction of Beacon Hill's premier residences built their own houses here. Consequently, there are many architectural similarities between these two neighborhoods.
Bay Village, Boston, MA, USA
The Boston Public Garden is the largest and oldest botanical garden in the United States, dating back to 1837
The Old South Church is a prominent, historical church with classic Northern Italian Gothic architecture and beautiful stained glass windows
The Gibson House Museum is located in a historic Victorian brownstone rowhouse museum in the Back Bay dating back to 1859
Charles Street on Beacon Hill is a shopping street lined with numerous antique stores and boutiques
Founded in 1634, Boston Common is one of the oldest public parks in the United States
The Chinatown Gate at the corner of Beach Street and Surface Road (T: South Station) is the most visible symbol of Chinatown for the tourists
The Arthur Fiedler Memorial honors the conductor of the Boston Pops who popularized classical music in the city