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January 30, 2013
The 59 stars shine as part of the backwards-painted zodiac set in gold leaf constellations span the ceiling...
New York, UNITED STATES
The 59 stars shine as part of the backwards-painted zodiac set in gold leaf constellations span the ceiling...
The 59 stars shine as part of the backwards-painted zodiac set in gold leaf constellations span the ceiling of the main concourse of Grand Central Terminal in New York, January 25, 2013. It plays host hundreds of thousands of visitors each day, had an extensive facelift in the 1990s and was nearly demolished about 55 years ago, but Grand Central Terminal survived and is celebrating its 100th anniversary. Since its grand beginnings in 1913, when it was dubbed the greatest railway terminal in the world with an $80 million price tag, Grand Central has been an integral part of New York. Picture taken January 25. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANNIVERSARY TRANSPORT)
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