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Aalto exhumed a great level of detail in his architecture and each building was considered a complete work of art. Aalto’s career exhibits an expression of an enriched use of organic forms, natural materials and functionalism with an overall…

Boston Latin School, although not an interesting location to visit, is an important part of Boston’s history. As an institution, it has been educating the students of this city for close to 400 years has had a significant impact on the lives of…

The Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts is a building located on Harvard’s campus in Cambridge. The building is notable because it is the only building in the United States to be designed by Le Corbusier. Corbusier is one of the fathers of modern…

The Trinity Church is a staple in Boston architecture, being voted the finest building in the US in 1885, and still among the top ten. The church was built after the prior church burned down in the great fire of 1872 under Rector Phillips Brooks. It…

The Boston Common: The Boston Common is a large public park located in the heart of Boston. Being the oldest state park in the United States, it has plenty of history to keep one busy for a long time. The Park was built in 1634, and has seen all…

In early 1911, John I. Taylor, the first owner of the Boston Red Sox scouted locations across Boston for a new ball park to be built. After a plot of land between Ipswich and Lansdowne Street was found, construction of the now famous Fenway Park…

In 1740, Peter Faneuil offered the marketplace as a gift to the city, which he knew could become a centralized market to bring the city closer together. The decision to build the market was highly controversial amongst the citizens and clergymen of…

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