New York City's Central Park is famously ginormous. The park, which sprawls 843 acres and has a perimeter of 6 miles, is so expansive that it's easy for even a native New Yorker to get lost. But Central Park has a little-known secret, if you know where to look: its cast-iron lampposts can help you navigate the grounds. These 1,600 posts offer directional help in some quite sophisticated ways.
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Written by Joanie Faletto May 13, 2017
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