The square is owned by the people who
live in the houses around it and has always been well-tended and pristine. As a symbol of exclusivity, the small fenced park is the last private square in the city of Boston.
Inside the fenced park - a grassy area lined with trees - are two statues: one of Christopher Columbus and another of Aristides the Just, both donated by a Greek merchant who lived at the square in the 1850s.
October 29th, 2017
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