Newbury St, Boston, MA
Description: BACK BAY. Boston's version of Fifth Avenue or Rodeo Drive, Newbury Street spans eight city blocks, and its historic storefronts offer charming glimpses of Boston during the mid-to-late 19th century. Among a phalanx of open-air coffee shops, cafes, antique stores, custom clothiers, and brand-name boutiques are some of the city's true architectural gems, including the Art Deco Ritz Carlton, Richard Upjohn's Church of the Covenant (1865), and the Temple for the Working Union of Progressive Spiritualists, finished in 1884.
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