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Debar Mountain Wild Forest

The Debar Mountain Wild Forest is a 83.405-acre tract designated as Wild Forest by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation in the northeastern Adirondack Park, just north of Paul Smiths, in Franklin County. The area includes 6 ...

                                               

Indian Lake (New York)

Indian Lake is a 12-mile long, 4.255-acre lake with a southwest to northeast orientation in the towns of Indian Lake and Lake Pleasant in Hamilton County, in the Adirondack Park of New York State, in the United States. The hamlet of Indian Lake i ...

                                               

Lake Colden

Lake Colden is a 41-acre lake located in the Adirondack High Peaks in New York, United States. Lake Colden sits at 2764 feet at the western base of 4.714-foot Mount Colden. To the northwest lie the MacIntyre Mountains - 5.115-foot Algonquin Peak, ...

                                               

Lake Lila

Lake Lila is a remote 1.446 acres lake in the William C. Whitney Wilderness Area, in the west-central portion of the Adirondack Park. It is accessed via a 6-mile dirt road. Boat access to the lake is by hand-launch only, after a 0.3-mile portage ...

                                               

Loon Lake, New York

Loon Lake is a hamlet and a lake in the northeast region of Adirondack Park in the U.S. state of New York. The community is located on the east side of Loon Lake and 18 miles northeast of Saranac Lake and 27 miles north of Lake Placid. Loon lake ...

                                               

Lows Lake (New York)

Lows Lake is a lake in the Adirondack Park in northeastern New York. It is in the New York State Forest Preserve Five Ponds Wilderness Area, 10 miles southwest of Tupper Lake. The Adirondack Park Agency classifies the lake as a Primitive Area mea ...

                                               

McKenzie Mountain

McKenzie Mountain is a 3.861-foot mountain in western Essex County in the towns of St. Armand and North Elba in the Adirondack Park, a unit of the Forest Preserve. The mountain was known as Saddleback due to its shape. There are two trails to the ...

                                               

Moose River Plains Wild Forest

The Moose River Plains Wild Forest is a 64.322-acre tract in the Adirondack Park in Hamilton and Herkimer counties in the state of New York in the United States of America, it is designated as Wild Forest by the New York State Department of Envir ...

                                               

Saint Regis Pond

Saint Regis Pond is a 400-acre pond, the largest in the Saint Regis Canoe Area in the Adirondacks in northern New York state. It drains into the west branch of the St. Regis River. It is the centerpiece of the "Seven Carries" canoe route. The pon ...

                                               

Santanoni Preserve

The Santanoni Preserve was once a private estate of approximately 13.000 acres in the Adirondack Mountains, and now is the property of the State of New York, at Newcomb, New York.

                                               

Silver Lake (Clinton County, New York)

Silver Lake is a lake located in Clinton County, New York in the Adirondack Park. Silver Lake Mountain and the hamlet of Hawkeye, New York are located on the northeast shores of the lake. The northern and eastern shores of the lake contain many p ...

                                               

Taylor Pond Wild Forest

The Taylor Pond Wild Forest is a discontinuous 43.000-acre tract of state land designated as Wild Forest by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation in the northeastern Adirondack Park. The tract covers portions of 13 towns in ...

                                               

Tupper Lake (New York)

Tupper Lake is a lake in New York in the United States. The lake is in the Adirondack Park and crosses the county lines of St. Lawrence County and Franklin County. Tupper lake was discovered by native Americans indigenous to the area around the 1 ...

                                               

Upper St. Regis Lake

742-acre Upper St. Regis Lake is a part of the St. Regis River in the Adirondacks in northern New York State. Along with Lower St. Regis Lake and Spitfire Lake, it became famous in the late 19th century as a summer playground of Americas power el ...

                                               

Vanderwhacker Mountain Wild Forest

The Vanderwhacker Mountain Wild Forest is a 91.854-acre tract made up of almost two dozen non-contiguous parcels that are designated as Wild Forest by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation in the central Adirondack Park. The ...

                                               

Appomattox River Bridge

Appomattox River Bridge, also known as Route 24 Bridge, is a historic road bridge located near Appomattox, Appomattox County, Virginia, in the Appomattox Court House National Historical Park. The bridge has specially designed elements that commem ...

                                               

Charles Sweeney Cabin

The Charles Sweeney Cabin is a structure within the Appomattox Court House National Historical Park. It was registered in the National Park Services database of Official Structures on June 26, 1989.

                                               

Jones Law Office

The Jones Law Office, also known as the Lorenzo D. Kelly House, is a structure within the Appomattox Court House National Historical Park. In the nineteenth century the structure was owned by Kelly and used as a single-family house. The original ...

                                               

New County Jail

The New County Jail is a structure within the Appomattox Court House National Historical Park. It was registered in the National Park Services database of Official Structures on June 26, 1989.

                                               

Old Appomattox Court House

The Old Appomattox Court House is a structure within the Appomattox Court House National Historical Park. In the 1800s, this structure gave the surrounding village the name, Appomattox Court House. The 1865 surrender at the nearby McLean House wa ...

                                               

Plunkett–Meeks Store

The Plunkett–Meeks Store is a structure within the Appomattox Court House National Historical Park. It was registered in the National Park Services database of Official Structures on June 26, 1989.

                                               

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Spanish Village Art Center

The Spanish Village Art Center is located in San Diegos Balboa Park, in the U.S. state of California. Anni von Westrum Baldaugh was among the artists who had studio space at the Spanish Village. Current tenants include the San Diego Mineral and G ...

                                               

Doodletown, New York

Doodletown was an isolated hamlet in the Town of Stony Point, Rockland County, New York, United States. Purchased by the Palisades Interstate Park Commission during the 1960s, it is now part of Bear Mountain State Park and a popular destination f ...

                                               

Iona Island (New York)

Iona Island is a 556-acre island of the Hudson River in the town of Stony Point, New York, on its west bank. The island is located approximately one mile south of the Bear Mountain Bridge and is separated from the Hudsons western shore by mudflat ...

                                               

Seven Lakes Drive

Seven Lakes Drive is a north–south parkway located in the Hudson Valley region of New York in the United States. It extends for just under 18 miles on a northeast–southwest alignment from an intersection with New York State Route 17 in the villag ...

                                               

Boquillas, Texas

Boquillas was a small settlement in Texas, located on the northern banks of the Rio Grande. It was located within Brewster County, 5 miles northeast of San Vicente, Texas. The place existed to service the mining operations at Boquillas del Carmen ...

                                               

Persimmon Gap

                                               

Boston Common and Public Garden

The Boston Common and Public Garden are a pair of public parks in Boston, Massachusetts. Boston Common, established 1634, is one of the oldest public spaces in the nation, and the adjacent Boston Public Garden is a more manicured garden space whi ...

                                               

Parkman Plaza

The plaza features three statues of men representing Learning, Industry, and Religion, each of which are set on granite bases. Learning depicts a seated figure using a compass while reading a book. Industry shows a man using a jackhammer. Religio ...

                                               

Poe Returning to Boston

Poe Returning to Boston is a statue of Edgar Allan Poe in Boston, Massachusetts. The statue is located at the corner of Boylston and Charles streets at Edgar Allan Poe Square. In March 2014, was completed the fundraising for the erection of a bro ...

                                               

Hoosac Stores

The Hoosac Stores is a historic warehouse at 115 Constitution Road in Charlestown, Massachusetts. Originally designated Hoosac Stores 1 & 2, it is a six-story load-bearing brick warehouse, set just outside the gate of the Boston Navy Yard. A seco ...

                                               

Belleayre Ski Center

Belleayre Mountain Ski Center, in Catskill Park, New York, United States, is a ski resort owned and operated by the Olympic Regional Development Authority or ORDA. Skier and snowboarder visits have grown from 70.000 in 1995 to more than 175.000 i ...

                                               

Blackhead Mountains

The Blackhead Mountains range is located near the northern end of the Catskill Mountains, in Greene County, New York, United States, where it divides the towns of Windham and Jewett. The three named peaks in the range - Thomas Cole Mountain, Blac ...

                                               

Devils Path (Catskills)

The Devils Path is a mountain range and hiking trail in the Greene County portion of New Yorks Catskill Mountains. The mountains commonly considered to be part of the Devils Path are, from west to east, West Kill, Hunter, Plateau, Sugarloaf, Twin ...

                                               

Devils Path (hiking trail)

The Devils Path is a hiking trail in the Greene County section of the Catskill Mountains of New York, sometimes described as one of the more challenging trails in the New York Tri-state area. It goes across the eponymous mountain range and then t ...

                                               

Plattekill Mountain

Plattekill Mountain is a privately owned and operated ski and bike resort northwest of Catskill Park in the town of Roxbury, New York. It features a vertical drop of 1.100 feet with 38 trails of varying degrees of difficulty. The main Lodge is si ...

                                               

Stony Clove Notch

Stony Clove Notch is a narrow pass, roughly 2.220 feet in elevation located in the Town of Hunter in Greene County, New York, deep in the Catskill Mountains. It is traversed by New York State Route 214, although in the past the Ulster and Delawar ...

                                               

Ballplayers House

Ballplayers House is a small building in Central Park in Manhattan, New York City, designed by the architecture firm Buttrick White & Burtis. Completed in 1990, it replaced an older building, architect Calvert Vauxs Boys Play House of 1868, which ...

                                               

Blockhouse No. 1

Blockhouse No. 1, colloquially known as The Blockhouse, is a small fort in the North Woods section of Central Park, Manhattan, New York City. Finished in 1814, the Blockhouse is the second oldest structure in the park, after Cleopatras Needle, an ...

                                               

Cedar Hill (Central Park)

Cedar Hill in Central Park, New York City, is an east-facing slope used for reading and sunbathing, sledding in winter and a preferred area for dog owners. The hill indeed is home to many red cedars that form a line of clumps on its crest. Low ou ...

                                               

Rumsey Playfield

The Central Park Mall is a pedestrian esplanade in Central Park, in Manhattan, New York City. The mall, leading to Bethesda Fountain, provides the only purely formal feature in the naturalistic original plan of Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert V ...

                                               

Central Park SummerStage

                                               

Conservatory Garden

Conservatory Garden is a formal garden in the northeastern corner of Central Park near East Harlem, Manhattan, New York City. It is located between 104th and 106th Streets west of Fifth Avenue. Comprising 6 acres, it is the only formal garden in ...

                                               

Conservatory Water

Conservatory Water is a pond located in a natural hollow within Central Park in Manhattan, New York City. It is located west of Fifth Avenue, centered opposite East 74th Street. To the South lies the slope of pilgrim hill, surveyed by John Quincy ...

                                               

Grand Army Plaza (Manhattan)

Grand Army Plaza is a square at the southeast corner of Central Park in Manhattan, New York City, at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and Central Park South, covering two blocks on the west side of Fifth Avenue between 58th and 60th Streets. It c ...

                                               

Great Lawn and Turtle Pond

The Great Lawn and Turtle Pond are two connected features of Central Park in Manhattan, New York City, United States. The lawn and pond are located on the site of a former reservoir for the Croton Aqueduct system which was infilled during the ear ...

                                               

Harlem Meer

Harlem Meer is a lake at the northeast corner of New York Citys Central Park. It lies west of Fifth Avenue, south of 110th Street, and north of the Conservatory Garden. The Meer has a meandering shoreline that wraps around the bluff that contains ...

                                               

Heckscher Playground

Heckscher Playground is a play area located in New York Citys Central Park, located close to Central Park South between Sixth Avenue and Seventh Avenue. It is the oldest and largest of Central Parks 22 playgrounds. Opened in 1926, the Heckscher P ...

                                               

McGowans Pass

McGowans Pass is a topographical feature of Central Park in New York City, just west of Fifth Avenue and north of 102nd Street. It has been incorporated into the parks East Drive since the early 1860s. A steep hill descending into a switchback ro ...

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