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Copley Square Trinity

flowers in a grassy area in between buildings

Copley Square, Named For Painter John Singleton Copley, Is A Public Square In Boston's Back Bay Neighborhood, Bounded By Boylston Street, Clarendon Street, St. James Avenue, And Dartmouth Street. The Square Has A Number And Variety Of Important Architectural Works That Have Been Built There, Many Of Them Official Landmarks: Old South Church (1873), Trinity Church (1877), Boston Public Library (1895), Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel (1912), John Hancock Tower (1976) And Bostix Kiosk (1992). The Square Is Also Just A Few Blocks Away From Newbury Street Shopping District, Commonwealth Avenue, Charles River, Boston Common And Prudential Center.

Copley Square 02116 Boston United States