Continuing our little walking tour of Boston... On our way to the Public Gardens and the Common, we stopped by Trinity Church on Clarendon St. to take a few photos.
I wish I had taken more photos as this is one of the most beautiful pieces of architecture in the city.
I've come across some old photos online dating back to the 1800's when there were horses and carriages on the street beside the church.
Oh, how times have changed....
The courtyard inside the wrought iron gate is stunning in its simplicity.
Looking at the courtyard, you'd think we were in an isolated location...
... rather than amid the hustle and bustle of Copley Square, one of Boston's busiest locations...
... where new, old, and even older still live harmoniously alongside each other.
After stopping at Trinity Church we walked through the Public Cardens and Common to visit the old Granary Burying Ground, shared in yesterday's post.
It was then on to King's Chapel on Tremont Street.
We were happy to find it open to the public the day we stopped by.
Throughout Boston you will find wrought iron gates and fences, in every imaginable style. I find them to be so beautiful (King's Chapel Burying Ground behind fence)...
Ivy cascading through the lower section of the wrought iron fence at King's Chapel Burying Ground.
In my next post I'll share a bit of Quincy Market and Newbury Street with you.
Here's the first section if you are interested:
Have a beautiful Sunday, everyone!