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Green-Wood Cemetery

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Tara
Tara
December 18, 2019
A historic landmark and beautiful grounds if that's your thing!
Ronnette
Ronnette
February 7, 2020
Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960-1988) rests here.
Giancarlo
Giancarlo
January 25, 2020
For history buffs, come visit historical Greenwood Cemetery, home to monuments commemorating the “Battle of Brooklyn” and many other historical sites, Bird Watching and one of the highest vantage points to view NYC and the Statue of Liberty
Brent Lee
Brent Lee
January 15, 2020
Special events during Spring/Summer/Fall
Abena
Abena
August 16, 2018
Yes, you need to visit a cemetery. This 478-acre National Historical Landmark nestled between Prospect and Sunset Parks was founded in 1838 and is New York City's answer to Paris' Père Lachaise. Legends such as Jean-Michel Basquiat, Leonard Bernstein, Horace Greeley and William "Boss" Tweed are…
Diane
Diane
December 8, 2019
Historic Beautiful place. Take a tranquil walk. See the koi pond. Go birding or learn about bee keeping. Art, Music and historic events and tours.

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“The main attraction at this Eastern European restaurant in South Slope is the deep fried original burger: a juicy patty plus funky Allgauer Emmentaller cheese, mustard, and a seasonal pickled veggie gets swaddled in dough. The whole thing is dunked in the fryer, accompanied by steak-cut fries or salad. (Dip into sweet beet ketchup, too.) The burger is certainly a filling solo act, but for a gut-busting experience, add on a half order of Halusky, hand-cut potato noodles with Bryndza cheese and bacon morsels. The whole menu goes heavy on meat and potato variations, like Hungarian beef goulash, apple-raisin latkes, and turnip and squash-stuffed pierogis. It also offers an extensive range of ciders and beers.”
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Standort
500 25th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11232
Telefonnummer+1 718-768-7300
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