Boston, Massachusetts, The Boston Common Frog Pond, c1895

Among the oldest public parks in the world, Boston Common has been used as a meeting and recreation space since the 1630s. The grounds were developed in the 1720s to include interconnecting walkways, and a decorative fence was installed to delineate park grounds in 1836. Boston Common was seen as an inspiration to cities seeking to naturalize their infrastructure at the end of the 20th century.


Boston, Massachusetts, The Boston Common Frog Pond, c1895

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