Madison Avenue and 24th street

It was mostly swamp and briars back in 1686 when Royal Governor of New York first designed it a public space. More than three centuries later, Madison Square Park is still a public space, but the landscape has chanched considerably.
Now a 6.2-acre urban oasis surrounded by some of the city’s most disctintive architecture, the park is a place of winding path, flower-filled gardens and spacious lawns. alive with children activities, music, art and food festivals.

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