Capley Square is famous for these three world masterpieces in Boston. On the south side of Trinity Church, the famous Chinese architect Pei Ming, who designed the Louvre in Paris, France, and Henry Cobb (Henry N. Cobb), built the famous masterpiece John Hancock Building.
Capley Square (Copley Square) is named after the painter John Singerton Copley, a square in the Back Bay area of Boston, surrounded by Boyleston Street, Clarendon Street, St James Avenue and Dartmouth Street. The square is a large collection of important buildings of many kinds, including the Old South Church, Trinity Church, Boston Public Library McKinley, Fairmont Cape Plaza Hotel, John Hancock Building, etc.
Copley Square is also a great surprise attraction in Boston. A walk from Boston Park all the way to Back Bay with views of the changing landscape and architectural styles along the way. The square is surrounded by skyscrapers and classical buildings, and you can feel the combination of classical and modern styles standing on the square. There are many attractions nearby, Trinity Church and Boston Library, which can be arranged to punch in together. There are also many small restaurants and shopping malls nearby, which can be reserved for half-day to one day.
At one end is Trinity Church, under the Hancock Building, at the sunflower plantation, on the long side is the public library, on the other side is a historic building, the cultural center of Boston, and a pool in a corner.
One of my favorite places to go is Copley square. There's a beautiful water fountain and gorgeous church. And always something happening in the summer with the fresh food market and outdoor concerts, great shopping around as well.
Great place in the center of the city to enjoy the outdoors. Check out the farmers markets and public concerts in the summer.
Wonderful architecture where old and modern structures compliment each other.
In Copley Square you will be surrounded by incredible architecture, within walking distance of many parks and near one of the cities best shopping areas. A great starting point to much of what the city has to offer.
Beautiful day in a beautiful city.Hmmm. I chose Massachusetts but it's saying VIRGINIA!!! I'll have to see how to edit that out.