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Top of the Rock
Top of Rock - this is the peak that I vowed to conquer in this trip to New York. Other than the Empire State Building, the Rockefeller Center is also a landmark in the city of New York. When it was first constructed, Rockefeller Center was an urban complex of 14 buildings and took up 3 blocks in the center of Manhattan. The Fifth and Sixth Avenue mark its borders from East to West; West 48th Street and 51st Street mark its borders from North to South. It is south of New York’s Central Park. In the daytime you can get to the top of the building to look at the entire Central Park from above. Because the Rockefeller Building was built with large limestone, as you climb onto the observation deck, you are above a mountain formed by a huge boulder. Calling this the top of the boulder is exactly what it is. Here, you can see Manhattan at a 360 degree angle without any glass panels between you and your view. You will get to see most of North Manhattan, in particular Central Park right next to it. As the sun begins to set and the sun has yet to reach the horizon, clouds in the sky have covered some of the sunlight. Manhattan begins to be washed over in gold; a ray of sun at the west, coupled with a view over various high-rise buildings from various decades all add a sense of dreaminess to the view unfolding below. We have a very peculiar blazing sunset tonight. The New York sunsets are usually pinkish, so I hope to see such extraordinary beauty every day.
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