Hill History: Iconic buildings

The Mission Church, which is located at 1545 Tremont St. The church was built in 1876 with the twin, 200-foot-plus towers being added in 1910. Mission Hill is named after the church.    Gazette File Photo by Barry Twomey

The Mission Church, which is located at 1545 Tremont St. The church was built in 1876 with the twin, 200-foot-plus towers being added in 1910. Mission Hill is named after the church.
Gazette File Photo by Barry Twomey

The Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral of New England, which is located at 514 Parker St. The cathedral was built in the 1920s and is considered the “mother church” for Greek Orthodox New Englanders.   Gazette File Photo by Peter Shanley

The Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral of New England, which is located at 514 Parker St. The cathedral was built in the 1920s and is considered the “mother church” for Greek Orthodox New Englanders.
Gazette File Photo by Peter Shanley

The Parker Hill Branch Library building, which is located at 1497 Tremont St. The 10,200-square-foot, two-story Gothic building was designed by the famed architect Ralph Adams Cram and was opened by Mayor James Michael Curley in 1931.    Gazette File Photo by Peter Shanley

The Parker Hill Branch Library building, which is located at 1497 Tremont St. The 10,200-square-foot, two-story Gothic building was designed by the famed architect Ralph Adams Cram and was opened by Mayor James Michael Curley in 1931.
Gazette File Photo by Peter Shanley

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