Union Street

During the late 18C, this street was lined with taverns and pubs. The Duke of Orleans, who later became King Louis-Philippe of France, lived for several months on the second floor of the venerable Union Oyster House, where he gave French lessons to earn his keep. Daniel Webster was also a frequent patron here.

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City Hall
City Hall
This top-heavy concrete structure with a
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Quincy Market
Quincy Market
Behind Faneuil Hall stands a trio of
Faneuil Hall
Faneuil Hall
Built and donated to the city of Boston
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