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DK Eyewitness Top 10 Travel Guide: Boston by Patricia Harris, Jonathan Schultz, David Lyon

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Trinity Church

Boston has a knack for creating curious visual juxtapositions, and one of the most remarkable is in Copley Square, where H. H. Richardson’s 19th-century Romanesque Trinity Church reflects in the blue-tinted glass of the decidedly 20th-century John Hancock Tower. The breathtakingly beautiful church was named a National Historic Landmark in 1971 and has earned the American Institute of Architects’ distinction of being among the ten greatest buildings in the country.

  • 206 Clarendon St

  • “T” station: Copley Sq (green line) & Back Bay (orange line)

  • 617 536 0944 (church)

  • www.trinityboston.org

  • Church open for self-tours 9am–5:30pm Mon–Sat, 1pm–5pm Sun

  • Bookstore Open 9am–6pm Sun–Fri, 9am–5pm Sat

  • Adm: $6 (tours: $6)

Trinity Sings “Hallelujah” ...

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