Forgotten Four Acres of Central Park Reopens to Visitors After Almost 90 Years

11 May of 2016 by

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Hallett Nature Sanctuary, Avenue of the Americas, Manhattan, NY, United States

After being closed off to the public since the 1930s, The Hallet Nature Sanctuary on the lower east side of Central Park is once again open to all, writes The Times. The lush four-acre peninsula has for the last decades been used as a bird sanctuary, reclaimed and then…
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