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Boston Skyline Panoramic Picture, Massachusetts

Boston Skyline Panoramic Picture, Massachusetts

SKU: BOS4
This panoramic photograph of Boston was taken by James Blakeway. Most prominent in this image is the Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge, the widest cable-stayed bridge in the world, which crosses the Charles River. Behind the left bridge tower is the TD Banknorth Garden, home to the Boston Celtics basketball team and the Boston Bruins hockey team. Behind the right bridge tower is John Hancock Tower, the tallest building in Boston. Boston is rich with United States history; the American Revolution began here in 1770 when British troop fired on an angry mob, killing six citizens.
Boston Skyline Panoramic Picture, Massachusetts Skyline

Boston Skyline Panoramic Picture, Massachusetts Skyline

SKU: BOS5
This aerial panoramic photograph of Boston was taken by Christopher Gjevre. To the left of center is the downtown Boston financial district and to the right of center is the historic North End and Old North Church with its white steeple. To the right of the North End is the Charles River with Cambridge, Massachusetts in the distance. Just left of the bridge spanning the Charles River is Boston's TD Banknorth Garden, home to the Boston Celtics basketball team and the Boston Bruins hockey team. Centered in the distance is the area known as Back Bay. The American Revolution began in Boston in 1770, when British troops fired on an angry mob.
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Boston, MA Skyline Pictures

Boston skyline panoramas proudly display the largest city in New England, covering 48 square miles with a greater area home to 7.6 million residents. As the capital and largest city in the state of Massachusetts, Boston skyline pictures show a wide range of architectural styles reflecting the city's lengthy history. While the landscape is now dotted with skyscrapers, Boston skyline pictures show off one of America's oldest cities, founded in 1630 by colonists from England.

While the city is famous as a cornerstone in U.S. history, these facts can't always be gathered by looking at a Boston skyline panorama. The city was the place of many turning points in the American Revolution, including the Boston Massacre, the Boston Tea Party, the Battle of Bunker Hill and the Siege of Boston. In the following years, the city became an important center of manufacturing, education and shipping, which is evident in images of the Boston city skyline to this day.

Featured in many Boston skyline pictures is the Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge, which is the widest cable-stayed bridge in the world. This famous bridge crosses the Charles River, which is frequently accented in Boston skyline pictures. Seen near the Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge in Boston skyline pictures is the TD Garden, formerly called the FleetCenter, Boston Garden, and TD Banknorth Garden, which is the home of three major league teams within the city. It is here that the Boston Bruins, Boston Celtics and Boston Blazers play home games.

Also emphasized in many Boston skyline pictures is the Boston financial district, as well as the North End and Christ Church, also known as Old North Church. This is one of the oldest original buildings in the city, built in 1723. John Hancock Tower is also visible in many Boston skyline panoramic pictures, which is the tallest building in Boston.

While Boston skyline pictures show a city rich in commerce and manufacturing, a Boston skyline panorama is also a treasure for all those with interest in American history. From the beginning of the American Revolution to modern-day America, there is something of beauty and historical wonder in any picture of Boston.

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