Central Park is a settlement created in 1857 by Frederick Law Olmsted and his partner Calvert Vaux in Manhattan to support the green-hungry city dwellers and to offer an unbelievable natural wonder among the skyscrapers.
This park, which has been going on for about 150 years and has been developed using landscape architecture techniques and is also one of the first parks in America, continues on its way in the footsteps of the tree by offering forest features in the city.
Central Park has become one of the most important symbols of the city, an indispensable stop in daily life as the most important point that quenches the city's longing for soil, green, and trees, which is almost entirely covered with concrete and asphalt.
In addition to the people living in New York, the park is the first place in the visit plans of tourists from other parts of the USA and many parts of the world, and is considered to be among the regions that contain the greatest evidence of the geological past. In the park, which is beautiful in every season, the trees blooming in the spring and the bridges under the white snow in the winter almost bring movie scenes to life
in daily life. In autumn, with the combination of orange and brown, it is the favorite place of many city dwellers. In summer, like a slice of paradise, it offers the city dwellers the vibrancy of the season.
With Central Park offering a habitat for various plants, bird species, animals, and insects in the city, New York is becoming a city that follows nature.
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