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As we entered the park we obtained a map and advice as to what to see and where to walk from the information booth and set off to explore. Along the way we found various statues and at the start of Literary Walk immediately recognised...More
The Mall (Literary Walk) is a shaded pedestrian avenue between 66th and 72nd street that is a nice area to spend time in visiting Central Park in NYC.
Here you find a straight avenue lined with monuments of mostly of prominent poets and writers such...More
This wide pedestrian path (the Mall) is a 1/4-mile long. Each side is lined with several rows of American elms that form an arch over the path. I've taken many pictures in all seasons. I love walking along this path after a fresh winter snow...More
This gorgeous elm-lined walk is one of the prettiest parts of Central Park. It's a literary walk because of the statutes of famous writers. Come walk along and sit on the benches and enjoy the canopy of trees.