Pretty fun how much the four sections of Fenway- the Audubon Circle, the Kenmore Square, the East Fen, and the West Fen had a story to tell. Kenmore Square, once the swampy uninhabited part of the mainland until 1705, has, through many renovations over the years, become the area's most developed and populated due to its accessibility and numerous connecting routes.
The area serves as the meeting point of most main avenues in Boston, including CommonWealth Avenue, Beacon Street (a road also passing through the Beacon Hill
neighborhood), the Kenmore station, and the popular MBTA Subway stop. It also enjoys proximity to Fenway Park and the renowned private research university, Boston University, affiliated to the United Methodist Church established in 1839. Other landmarks of the area include the Boston’s Citgo sign; the large overhead Citgo Oil company Logo, Lansdowne Street for Boston's nightlife experience, and the eastern terminal point of the U.S. longest Highway, the U.S. Route 20.