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Architecture

Boathouse is a model of form and function

A break with the Victorian past and walls that move set a new standard

By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / December 7, 2008

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There are 10 boathouses along the Charles River. They exist for the amateurs who love to get out, maybe at the first light of dawn, to row the river - sometimes for fun, sometimes in practice for serious competitions like the famous Head of the Charles Regatta. (Full article: 1076 words)

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