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  • 1. • O “Central Park” é um grande parque urbano público de 341 ha de extensão, situado no distrito metropolitano de Manhattam, na cidade de Nova Iorque.• O parque tem forma retangular, com dimensões de 4.000 metros x 800 metros. É quase duas vezes maior que Mônaco e quase oito vezes maior que o Vaticano.• Com cerca de 25 milhões de visitantes por ano, o “Central Park” é o parque mais visitado dos Estados Unidos.• Seu aparecimento em numerosos filmes, além de programas de televisão, converteu-o num dos parques urbanos mais conhecidos do mundo.• O parque é administrado pela “Central Park Conservancy”, uma empresa sem fins lucrativos que tem um contrato com o Departamento de Parques e Diversões de Nova Iorque.
  • 2. Frank Sinatra, cantando “Strangers In The Night”

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