Central Park Statues

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Central Park Statues

Home of 29 statues, 843 acres Central Park can be considered an open air museum. You are welcomed by its war monuments on south corners of the park. The most famous path, The Literary Mall has its name from British authors and poets’ sculptures are located on the sides. This path takes you to the most magnificent statue of the park, to the Bethesda Fountain where the Angel welcomes you. Aside from those, you can see historical faces, figures of natures in many different locations in the park. If you want to see the oldest man made monument in the North America, you should walk up to the north, behind Metropolitan Museum. There stands Cleopatra’s Needle- Obelisk which is over 3000 years old.

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