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Inspired by Boston at Christmas

I haven’t spent any significant time in Boston since I attended a nearby college many years ago. Lately, I have been seeing photos of Boston homes, mainly in the Back Bay and Beacon Hill neighborhoods, covered in snow and decorated for the holidays, and I have become nostalgic for that beautiful and historic New England city.

Here are some photos of Boston in December that have made me me think I need to visit again very soon!

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Robert Khederian Instagram

 

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The historic Federal-style brick homes, the cobblestone streets, the gas lamps, the beautiful Christmas decorations, and the dusting of snow, make for such a magical place during the holidays!

13 thoughts on “Inspired by Boston at Christmas

  1. Thanks for the eye candy, Elizabeth! We spent some time in Cambridge this spring and we fell in love with Boston and its surroundings… from your pictures, it’s even lovelier all decked out for the holidays!

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