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Back Bay

Back Bay which was built on landfill is an upscale residential area dominated by Victorian brownstones; Newbury and Boylston streets have many exclusive shops and fine restaurants with outdoor seating in the summer, wonderful for people-watching. Like elsewhere in Boston it is steeped in history, with Trinity Church in Copley Square and the Boston Public Library on the opposite side. Copley Square hosts a Farmers Market and outdoor concerts and festivities in the summer.

Copley Square
Back Bay Copley Square
Ed Hardy Shop, Newbury St.
Back Bay Ed Hardy Shop, Newbury St.
Bauer Wine & Spirits, Newbury St.
Back Bay Bauer Wine & Spirits, Newbury St.
Piattini Restaurant, Newbury St.
Back Bay Piattini Restaurant, Newbury  St.
Jewel of Newbury St. Restaurant
Back Bay Jewel of Newbury St. Restaurant
Newbury St.
Back Bay Newbury St.
Newbury St.
Back Bay Newbury St.
Abe & Louie's, Boylston St.
Back Bay Abe & Louie's, Boylston St.
Boylston St.
Back Bay Boylston St.
Beacon St.
Back Bay Beacon St.
Back Bay
Back Bay
Trinity Church, Copley Square
Trinity Church, Copley Square
Reflection of Trinity Church
Reflection of Trinity Church
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