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Photographs of Boston's Landmarks

Photographs of Boston’s Landmarks
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Boston can lay claim to some of the most recognizable landmarks and icons in New England. Enjoy the beauty of Beantown in this slide show of photographs submitted by our readers.

Make Way For The Ducklings
Photo/Art by Fran Fruzzetti
Make Way For The Ducklings
Citgo Sign
Photo/Art by Peter Kingman
Citgo Sign
Boston's Old City Hall
Photo/Art by Karla Tedder
Boston’s Old City Hall
The Reading Room at the Boston Public Library
Photo/Art by Thomas Savage
The Reading Room at the Boston Public Library
Fenway Park
Photo/Art by Fran Fruzzetti
Fenway Park
Boston Lighthouse at Dawn
Photo/Art by Len Mero
Boston Lighthouse at Dawn
Leonard P. Zakim Bridge At Sunset
Photo/Art by Thomas Savage
Leonard P. Zakim Bridge at Sunset
Swan Boats in Boston
Photo/Art by Fran Fruzzetti
Swan Boats in Boston
Boston Skyline from the Hyatt
Photo/Art by Liz Thetonia-Feitelberg
Boston Skyline from the Hyatt
A Sea Of Flags, Boston Common, Boston, MA
Photo/Art by Jim Donnelly
A Sea Of Flags, Boston Common, Boston, MA
Boston Public Garden
Photo/Art by Robert Dennis
Boston Public Garden
Boston's North End -- Looking Up
Photo/Art by Peter Kingman
Boston’s North End — Looking Up
Quincy Market
Photo/Art by Kathleen Benttinen
Quincy Market

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