Boston Public Library
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Beautiful entrance and old rooms with tall painted ceilings - must check it out!
Great place to hang out read and grab a great cocktail. Yes’ they gave a bartender in the library that makes fancy drinks.
Inside of the library is big and awsome. I love to go to the courtyard in any type of the weather, even just for couple of minutes during my lunch.
One of the most spectacular libraries in the country. Come be inspired and also check out the new wing and see tapings of NPR!
Located in the center of downtown Copley Place, Boston Public Library boasts rich architecture and history. A popular place for tourists to take photos and admire its beauty. Open to the public and is a great place for photos if you enjoy architecture and classical artwork. They also built an…
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