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Central Park Inventor's Gate (East 72nd Street)
"An nice place to sit on the edge of the park. Plenty of benches and far enough away from Fifth Ave to mute the traffic noise."
Alamo by Bernard (Tony) Rosenthal
E 8th St & Lafayette St (Astor Place Traffic Island)
"The first permanent contemporary outdoor sculpture installed in New York City. The 1967 piece has become a common meeting point and a site for pranks, plus it spins. So give it a whirl."
Pablo Picasso Statue
505 Laguardia Pl (at Washington Sq. Village)
Broadway & 7th Ave (btwn 42nd & 47th St)
"If you're planning on coming here for new years, make sure you arrive around 3 or 4pm otherwise you'll be all the way at the back and will miss the performances!"
Central Park West (at W 72nd St)
"Down the path a bit on Saturdays and Sundays in spring and fall, have a listen to the Jazz Collection. Best. Jazz. Ever."
625 8th Ave (btwn W 40th & W 41st St)
"For snacks or beverages it is usually cheaper than any of the Hudson news stands by far"
Created by Jeffrey Zeldman173 items • 18 followers
Strange Places and Oddities in NYC
Created by Kathryn Yu57 items • 569 followers
Things To Do In NYC
Created by Richard Torres200 items • 120 followers
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