Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Literary Walk Fall Colors Central Park New York City

Literary Walk Fall Colors Central Park New York City.

November 15.2011. Robert Burns and Sir Walter Scott visit, framed by the fall colors of American elm trees on the southern end of Literary or Poets' Walk. Known as the only straight line in Central Park and nicknamed the “Promenade," the mall runs from 66th to 72nd Streets.

When landscape architects Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux designed Central Park in 1858, their Greensward Plan included a grand formal area that they called the Mall or the Promenade. The Mall was a place for park visitors to parade in their Sunday best. The "Walk" is the Park’s widest pedestrian pathway.

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Literary Walk Fall Colors Central Park New York City

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