On some of the rooftops of buildings on Hanover Street, graffiti has been sprayed with various different tags. The graffiti has been on the tops of these buildings for some time, however other tags are still relatively new. If you look on google maps, as of when this article was written, you can see the spray paint on 230 Hanover Street. This means it has been there since at least October 2016.
It is unknown how the spray-painters got onto the roofs of these buildings. These instances of graffiti on Hanover Street are impressive regarding the danger involved, but are intrusive to the buildings and the neighborhood nonetheless.
Are there any instances of graffiti on Hanover Street that we missed? What do you think about the graffiti on the tops of these buildings and in other places throughout the North End? Follow the Graffiti tag to see other acts of vandalism that have occurred and the cleanup involved. To report illegal graffiti, head to 311 Boston or call 311.
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