Called the birthplace of America, Boston is a unique scene of Americana. Inside it's boundaries you find monuments of centuries past.
The Old North Church is one of the spots found in Boston with rich history, being the church that Paul Revere was said to signal that the "British are coming". In Boston, the city is proud to show it's age, with establishments typically being from the 18th and 19th century.
This photo is that of Acorn St. The antiquated cobbled street on a hill is practically an exact glimpse into the life of the street in 1776. Acorn is a great indicator to the value which history plays in Boston, with the people of the city striving the keep the history and age of the city shown proudly.
While Boston may portray itself in parts as a quant city with a slowness that comes with age, it still is very much a city which continues to sprawl. Boston sees growth and continues to expand. Sure you may discover small quiet streets in Beacon Hill or the North End, but heading into most parts of the city, you see a constant moving machine which keeps the lives of the 700,000 residents going.