Architecture buffs, get ready for a treat. H.H. Richardson designed Trinity Church as the debut of his signature Romanesque style. As such, it is one of the country’s most significant buildings, according to PBS.
At the time of its construction, the Back Bay was still a mud flat. For that reason, the church is built on 4500 wooden piles driven down through 30 feet of back fill. Safe to say that it isn’t going anywhere.