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Magic Kingdom® ParkLake Buena Vista, FL • April 26, 2010

The park opened in 1971 & is the world's largest and most visited recreational resort. Walt Disney passed away before he saw his vision of Disney World completed.

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Times SquareNew York, NY • April 10, 2010

This area was originally named Longacre Square but was renamed in 1904 when the NY Times moved to the skyscraper now known as One Times Square at 42nd St., famous for the Times Square Ball drop.

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Main Street, U.S.A.Lake Buena Vista, FL • April 27, 2010

Opened in 1971, this is the first park built at the Disney World resort. The park opened with 23 attractions. Only 3 were unique to the park, the rest were copies of Disneyland attractions.

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Madison Square GardenNew York, NY • April 22, 2010

Opened in 1968, it is the longest active major sporting facility in the Metropolitan area & is the 4th incarnation of the arena in the city. The Garden hosts approximately 320 events a year.

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Universal Studios FloridaOrlando, FL • April 27, 2010

Opened in 1990, it was designed as both a theme park and a studio from the start. Universal Studios took the concepts of the Hollywood tour scenes & developed them into larger, stand-alone attractions

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