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“Louisburg Square”
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Louisburg Square
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Guided Bike Tour of Boston
Reviewed January 6, 2012

A beautiful English square in boston's Beacon Hill off of Mount Vernon Street

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Reviewed December 30, 2011

Louisburg Square is a glimpse of Old Boston, now a place for the rich to live. It's an interesting stop as part of a walk through Beacon Hill.

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Reviewed December 22, 2011

Whoever designed these little spots in Boston should never be forgotten.

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Reviewed July 13, 2011

This is a lovely area to walk and enjoy the flower boxes. Be sure to walk down Acorn Street while you are there - a unique street. The buildings in the whole area are beautiful. Take note of the different door knockers on the homes. My friend and I got many wonderful pictures! You will be close to Charles Street - fun shopping and food when you are finished exploring Louisburg Square. Don't miss it!

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Reviewed August 29, 2006

When I first went to Boston, this was one of the places I wanted to visit. Being a historic-house lover, I had to see this charming square of houses built in the 1830's. Louisburg Sq. is considered Boston's most exclusive address, with houses priced well above $10 mil. and such notable residents as Seators John Kerry and Ted Kennedy. All of the elegant townhouses are adjoining and face a neatly manicured private park, and greatly resembles a square in London. The surrounding area of Beacon Hill is also very beautiful and charming. My advice is, if you love beautiful architecture and a charming atmosphere, go for a stroll in this lovely area! (The only downsides are the uneven sidewalks and that the Square isn't larger!)

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