CENTRAL  PARK          By: Daniel Cipitria and              David Martínez
Key vocabulary   Budget: Establish the cost constraint for a    project, program, or operation.   Maintenance staff: A p...
General Characteristics   It is located in Manhattan, New York.   The area is about 843 acres (3.41 ha).   It receives ...
Other Characteristics                                In Central Park movies                                 have been fil...
Park’s attractions   The Ramble is a zone of the    reservoir which is popular among    birders.   Take a kayak or a row...
Central Park Zoo   The Zoo is very small. Its area is only    6.5-acre (2.6 ha). It conserves 130    species, four of the...
Summer Entertainments      Each summer the Municipal Theatre presents       free open-air theatre plays. Most of them wer...
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  1. 1. CENTRAL PARK By: Daniel Cipitria and David Martínez
  2. 2. Key vocabulary Budget: Establish the cost constraint for a project, program, or operation. Maintenance staff: A person in a business responsible for maintaining the physical plant in good condition. Pedicab: Pedal-operated car for one, two or four passengers.
  3. 3. General Characteristics It is located in Manhattan, New York. The area is about 843 acres (3.41 ha). It receives annually about 37.5 million of visitors. The park initially was opened in 1857, but it was expanded. The construction was completed in 1873. There arent two identical bridges in Central Park. Its surrounded by: 5th Avenue, 59th St., Central Park North St., and Central Park West St.
  4. 4. Other Characteristics  In Central Park movies have been filmed like Stuart Little (1999) or Spider-Man 3 (2006). In winter Central Park has two ice skating rinks that in summer convert into a swimming pool.
  5. 5. Park’s attractions The Ramble is a zone of the reservoir which is popular among birders. Take a kayak or a rowboat at Loeb Boathouse at The Lake. A horse riding, appeared in some old films. Playgrounds and Pedicabs for friends and families. Rock Climbing and Ice Skating for youngs. Marionettes and a centenary carousel for the youngests of the family.
  6. 6. Central Park Zoo The Zoo is very small. Its area is only 6.5-acre (2.6 ha). It conserves 130 species, four of them, endangered. It was open in 1860 and the last received animal has been the snow leopard.  It has been the scene of many movies like “Madagascar” and “Mr. Popper penguins”. Also, the children’s TV program “Penguins of Madagascar”. Its entrance is very famous.
  7. 7. Summer Entertainments  Each summer the Municipal Theatre presents free open-air theatre plays. Most of them were written by Shakespeare.  The New York Philharmonic and the Metropolitan Opera offer concerts.  The City Parks Foundation makes free concerts, film proyections and monologue contests.  The largest concert ever recorded, the Country Superstar Garth Brooks, was performed in Central Park in 1997.  The Tavern on the Green is one of the oldest cafés in NY, but it was closed in December 31, in 2009.
  8. 8. The End

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