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  • 1. My Tour Of Prospect HeightsThe Heart Of The City
    By : Shantel
    Destra Period 1
  • 2. The Bailey Fountain
    The Fountain was named after a financier and philanthropist. His name was Frank Bailey. This fountain actually shoots water up in the air in the summer. This is one of the many sculptures/water work in Prospect Heights.
  • 3. Studebaker
    Studebaker was a very well known wagon and auto mobile manufacture. But unfortunately the famous store shut down in 1966.
  • 4. The Imperial
    The Imperial was constructed in 1892. In Those days the apartment building was not very popular. But it was in fact known for spacious unit the attracted a lot of people
  • 5. Central Library
    Each year more than 1.5 million people visit this library
    Central Library is the biggest
    library In Brooklyn
    It opened up in 1941
  • 6. Brooklyn Museum
    Second largest museum In Brooklyn and one of the largest in the united states.
    It is about 560,00 spare feet
  • 7. Soldiers & Sailors
    Memorial Arch
    This is the grand entrance to the park.
    On this sight filled arch are sculptures of memorial people who fought in the
  • 8. Brooklyn Botanic Garden
    52 acre living Museum
    Opened un in 1910 and has more than 11,00 living plants.