Copley Square in Capri Square, named after the painter Capri. It is a well-known public square in Boston's Back Bay. It is famous for its three world-famous buildings, Trinity Church, John & 183, Hancock Tower and Boston Public Library. The Old South Church is also near the Plaza, which is the end of the Boston Marathon (on the side of the Boston Public Library in Capley Square). There are bronze statues of Capri on the square, as well as some city sculptures such as tortoise and rabbit races. There are many stalls selling flowers and cold drinks in the square. You can get there by subway green line to Copley station, or by subway orange line to Back Bay station on foot. If you take a sightseeing bus (you can get up and down at any station), there is a station nearby.
I was disappointed to see the scenery of Freedom Road. Fortunately, the next day I came to Copley Square in Houwan. I felt that Boston's elite buildings were all here. You can take the Green Line to Copley Station or the Orange Line to Houwan Station. In the center of the square is a large lawn, which is suitable for leisure and relaxation. The buildings around the square are particularly impressive. Two historic churches are located on both sides of the square. There is a charge inside Trinity Church. No closer look. More recommend Laonan Church, free visit, it is worth seeing. The Boston Public Library is an Italian Renaissance style. The stone lions and reliefs on the outside are impressive. The interior is decorated with classical atmosphere, high roofs and beautiful murals. We went there twice in a row. Another eye-catching building, about 60 stories of Hankock, is the work of I. M. Pei. The blue glass curtain wall soars into the clouds, unique. In addition, there are also Paulson Tower and Capri Center to buy world famous goods.
Boston people gather here, day or night. In the daytime, this is the farmer's market, buses shuttle, people sit on the benches in the square. At night, people just get together, listen to music, or sit in the lights of Boston and enjoy each other's company. On the side of the square is the old church, the Boston Public Library and the Capley Square Hotel. It's a very beautiful and energetic square. Don't miss this place - you can also go shopping in Capri Center after visiting this place! ___________
After lunch, we went to Capley Square, a famous public square in Boston's Back Bay. It was named after the painter Capley. It included Trinity Church, John Hancock Building and Boston Public Library. The Boston Public Library side is the end of the Boston Marathon.
Copley Square is a large shopping mall in Boston's Back Bay. There are six floors in the mall. It's still relatively large, and the stores are relatively large. Most of them are flagship retail stores in Boston, where the matching is good, even if the signs are not particularly clear.
Capley Square is located in the center of the city, and its location is very advantageous. So I feel that if I play in Boston, I can't walk there. There are many roadside stalls, and I can go shopping. There is also a bronze statue of tortoise and rabbit running in the square.