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A Stroll Through Central Park
USA - Parks
"Come along with me for a stroll through one of the world's most famous parks for some trivial fun!"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
Central Park in New York City was created in 1857. It sits on 843 acres of land and receives well over 30 million visitors a year. In which of the five boroughs of the city can this national treasure be found?
As we stroll through Central Park, we notice that works of art feature prominently in the landscape. There are nearly 50 sculptures, fountains and monuments to be seen with many found on the famous "Literary Walk". Which of the following artistic additions to the park was created by Emma Stebbins, the first woman to receive a sculptural commission in New York City history?
Angel of the Waters
Our stroll through Central Park shows us vast greenery of trees and an enormous open field of grass in the shape of an oval. This marks the spot where the New York Philharmonic performs every summer, and where many famous concerts happened over the years, which include Barbara Streisand, Garth Brooks, and Simon and Garfunkel. What is the name of this place in the park?
Meadow in the Middle
Large parks are sometimes adorned with bridges and archways. Central Park is no exception. During our stroll, we specifically notice something unique about these beautifully designed features. What is it?
No two are the same
All are damaged or destroyed
All are exactly the same
All made from the same rock
As we reach the midway point of our delightful visit to Central Park, we come across a strange-looking object. It is a giant Egyptian obelisk standing right there in the middle of mighty New York City. What name was given to this foreign wonder?
Our day in Central Park takes us past Turtle Pond where we see a building that appears to be from Victorian England. What sort of structure is it?
A stroll through Central Park just wouldn't be complete without a visit to the zoo. At only six and a half acres in size, it is a small zoo and has only three major exhibit areas. Was the Central Park Zoo part of the original design?
As our stroll through Central Park continues along Turtle Pond, we come across an open-air amphitheatre. It has seating for over 1800 and is home to a summer festival dedicated to the works of a certain English bard. Who is he?
(The Merchant of Venice; first and last name or last name only)
During our splendid walk through Central Park, we notice there are some bodies of water. We are a little surprised as we also see smiling children with fishing rods. Which water body in Central Park offers a catch-and-release fishing program to the public?
Central Park Lake
As we come to the end of our day in Central Park, we have seen so much and are getting a little tired. What one thing does the park have over 9000 of for people to make use of?
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