John Hancock Tower
A masterpiece of American architecture, Trinity Church is the country's ultimate example of Richardsonian Romanesque. The granite...
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Boston Public Library
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John Hancock Tower information
Constructed with more than 10,000 panels of mirrored glass, the 62-story John Hancock Tower was designed in 1976 by Henry Cobb. It is the tallest and most beloved skyscraper on the Boston skyline – despite the precarious falling panes of glass when it was first built. The Hancock offers an amazing perspective on Trinity Church, reflected in its facade.