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LIFE PARK NEW YORK
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July 16, 2003
People sit in the Conservatory Gardens area of New York's famed Central
Park, July 16, 2003. Central...
New York, United States of America
CONSERVATORY GARENS IN NEW YORK'S CENTRAL PARK AS PARK NEARS 150TH
ANNIVERSARY.
People sit in the Conservatory Gardens area of New York's famed Central
Park, July 16, 2003. Central Park, arguably America's most famous public
green space, turns 150 years old this summer. For New Yorkers, the park, in
the middle of Manhattan is an urban oasis. It's 843 acres, with some 26,000
trees, 58 miles of pathways, 9,000 benches, many fields, woods, waterways
and nature sancturary's are the master work of what was called "The
Greenswald Plan" designed by London-trained architect Calvert Vaux and
Frederick Law Olmsted, who later became the most prominent landscape
architecht in America. PP03070066 NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Mike Segar

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