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  1. Copley Square / ˈkɒpli /, [1] is a public square in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood, bounded by Boylston Street, Clarendon Street, St. James Avenue, and Dartmouth Street. The square is named for painter John Singleton Copley. Prior to 1883 it was known as Art Square due to its many cultural institutions, some of which remain today.

    • 2.4 acres (0.97 ha)
    • The City of Boston
    • 1883
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  3. Mar 11, 2024 · Follow NBC10 Boston on…. Copley Square — one of Boston's most beloved public spaces — is getting a major facelift, the likes of which haven't been seen in nearly four decades. The city is in the process of renovating Copley Square Park, a complex project seeking to make the Back Bay plaza "even more human," according to project manager B ...

  4. Copley Square is a public square located in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood and is one of the city's dazzling squares. The image on the left is a historic image that was taken around 1965 to 1975 and the one on the right is present day. As you can see in the historic image, construction was taken place in the square.

  5. Boston Public Library. 700 Boylston St. Bibliophile or not, take the 1-hour art and architecture tour offered by the Boston Public Library, which looks out onto Copley Square. Treasures abound in the 1895 McKim Building—murals, paintings, statues, an interior courtyard, and a grand staircase flanked by massive lion sculptures.

  6. Copley Square. Back Bay, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, North America. Back Bay. Here you'll find a cluster of handsome historic buildings, including the ornate French-Romanesque Trinity Church, the masterwork of architect HH Richardson. Across the street, the classic Boston Public Library was America's first municipal library.

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