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Founded in 1848, the Boston Public Library is located on Boylston Street. It is one of the city’s landmarks. Access to the library is quite easy and can be done from the Copley T Station, right on Boylston Street, in front of the library. Across the street from the library, visitors can visit the colorful, Gothic-style Old South Church. The surroundings are sprinkled with shops, bars, coffee shops and restaurants, so it is definitely a great neighborhood to stop for a coffee or lunch. Check out the hotels and vacation rentals near the Boston Public Library.

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