Tuesday, 14 November 2017
The Massachusetts State House is suitably grand with an impressive golden domed roof and was completed in 1798, designed by architect Charles Bulfinch and considered a masterpiece of Federal architecture.
Another older part of Boston I saw in the Beacon Hill area was Acorn Street, with its cobbles.
A very poignant reminder of our Irish links with Boston was the memorial to the Irish famine immigrants.
This is a family who emigrated to Boston...
This bronze sculpture by Robert Shure and certainly evokes the dire circumstances and suffering of the famine when many perished.
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