Faneuil Hall in Boston, Massachusetts, is a historic meeting hall and marketplace near the city's waterfront. Built in the 1740's by a local businessman, the meeting hall was the scene of many speeches prior to and during the American Revolution by famous orators such as Samuel Adams.
In addition to the hall, the marketplace includes three long buildings known as North Market, South Market, and Quincy Market. Today, the market houses many stores and restaurants. The Quincy Market houses quick service food items with an eating area in the center. This image features a portion of the dome that lies above the dining area.