New York, NY
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Beautiful Autumn Landscape featuring the Bow Bridge in Central Park, New York City.
The first cast-iron bridge in the Park (and the second oldest in America), the Bow Bridge in Central Park, New York is named for its graceful shape, reminiscent of the bow of an archer or violinist.
The bridge was designed by Calvert Vaux and Jacob Wrey Mould, and completed in 1862. Measuring a total of 87 feet (26.5 m), it is the largest bridge in Central Park.
Today, Bow Bridge is one of New York's most romantic settings. Like a Victorian confection reflected in the waters of Central Park's Lake, the Bow Bridge gracefully gathers lovers of New York in real life. In reel life the Bridge has been a magnificent setting in films such as Manhattan, The Way We Were and Keeping the Faith.
June 14th, 2012
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