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Sightseers on Boylston Street

A couple taking photographs on Boylston Street, with the Boston Marathon finish line in the background.

Reopening of Boylston Street after the Boston Marathon bombings

View down the length of Boylston Street from the Mass Pike overpass after the street was reopened in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings. Dillon's Restaurant and the Boylston Street firehouse can be seen on the left.

Sign advertising "Boston Strong Margarita"

Photograph of a sign outside of an unidentified bar on Boylston Street reading "Opening Tonight--Boston Strong Margarita"

Crowd at Marathon Sports

A crowd of people gather in front of Marathon Sports, the site of one of the explosions on Boylston St.

Spectators on Boylston Street

Spectators gather at the barricades at the intersection of Boylston Street and Massachusetts Avenue, two days after the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings.

Onlookers view Boylston Street days after 2013 Boston Marathon

Onlookers stand at barriers at Boylston Street near Copley Square two days after the bombing at the 2013 Boston Marathon. Signs of "Keep Strong Boston" and "This Too Shall Pass" hang on the barrier.

Chalk memorials on Boylston Street

A woman writes messages in chalk on Boylston Street while reporters and cameramen look on.

Signs and chalk messages at Boston Marathon memorial in Copley Square

A box of chalk sits next to messages written on Boylston Street and signs posted on a makeshift memorial at Copley Square. This photo was taken on Wednesday, April 17th, 2013 (two days after the marathon bombings).

Flags, signs, flowers, and quilts at makeshift Boston Marathon memorial on Boylston Street

Photo of items left at makeshift memorial for 2013 Boston Marathon. Items include flags, signs, flowers, and quilts. Photo taken on April 17th, 2013 (two days after the marathon bombings).