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Which is best
 

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I picked Logan Circle For the Brickwork





 

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You forgot Baltimore and Cincinnati.

I think Alamo Square is the most scenic of them all.
 

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You forgot Baltimore and Cincinnati.

I think Alamo Square is the most scenic of them all.
I tried to get the more major well known ones (before I Ran Out of time to create the poll.
 

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Yes, Back Bay is really beautiful. I wonder which neighborhood houses the most victorian style house
 

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Isn't that rather faux Victorian architecture then if it is just US areas?
 

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The upper west side looks just as good as Kensington, if not better. I've Been to both.
 

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This seems like an interesting poll, but as a foreigner i don't know any of these neighborhoods. Does anyone have representative pictures of all the options?
 

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Back Bay





Upper west side





soho







The Fan





Alamo square





Lafayette square



 

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Hyde Park





Logan circle

up at the top

Gas lamp district







Rittenhouse area



 

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I change my vote. I'd say NYC's Soho and Tribeca. I work around the area so I always see the cast iron buildings and gotten used to them, but it was not until last night I realized how beautiful they were. I'm very pleased that many of them are preserved and getting some much needed facelift
 

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I change my vote. I'd say NYC's Soho and Tribeca. I work around the area so I always see the cast iron buildings and gotten used to them, but it was not until last night I realized how beautiful they were. I'm very pleased that many of them are preserved and getting some much needed facelift
Look up the cast Irons in Cincinnati, Louisville, and London
 
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