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Cactus Couple
Located on the south roof deck of the Parks administrative headquarters in Central Park, this lovely garden sculpture by Th...

Cadman Plaza Park
This park honors Reverend Dr. Samuel Parkes Cadman (1864-1936), a Brooklyn Congregational minister and radio preacher famed fo...

Cadman Plaza/Brooklyn Bridge - Peregrine Falcons in New York City
This park, named for Brooklyn Congregational minister and radio preacher Reverend Dr. Samuel Parkes Cadman (1864-1936), is a p...

Cadwallader Colden Playground
Located at the intersection of Union Street and 31st Road, this playground takes its name from nearby Public School 214, the...

Call of the Sea Sculpture
This lively bronze sculpture, in which a young girl rides on the back of a dolphin, was sculpted in 1923 by Harriet Frishmuth ...

Callahan & Kelly Park
This park, bounded by Fulton and Truxton Streets, Van Sinderen Avenue, and the Eastern Parkway Extension, was named for two lo...

Calvary Veterans Park
This park, in a triangle formed by First Calvary, Green Avenue, and Gale Street within Calvary Cemetery, has roots in the hist...

Calvert Vaux Park
This park is named for Calvert Vaux (1824-1895), an English architect who spent 40 years of his distinguished career in New Yo...

Calvert Vaux Park - Ospreys in New York City
This 73-acre park, named for the English architect who co-designed Central and Prospect Parks, provides a diverse ecosystem, s...

Canarsie Park
Canarsie Park and neighborhood take their name from the Canarsie (or Canarsee) Indians, who lived in western Long Island and w...

Capodanno Memorial
This memorial, located along Seaside Boulevard and the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Boardwalk and Beach, commemorates the Congres...

Captain Dermody Triangle
This triangle honors Captain William C. Dermody, a dedicated and outspoken abolitionist who was mortally wounded in the Civil ...

Captain Gerald MacDonald Statue
This bronze sculpture depicts Captain Gerald MacDonald (1882–1929), a Forest Hills resident who served in the 22nd and 1...

Captain Mario Fajardo Park
"I'm proud to serve this country that has given me, an immigrant, so much opportunity. I have no regrets. I would do ...

Captain O’Sullivan Plaza
Christopher J. O’Sullivan (1936-1965) was born and raised in Astoria, not far from this triangular plaza at Astoria Boul...

Captain Oliver Triangle
This triangle, located at the junction of East 161st Street, Third Avenue, and St. Anne’s Avenue in the Bronx neighborho...

Captain Rivera Playground
This playground honors Captain Manuel Rivera, Jr. (1959-1991), a South Bronx native and one of the first casualties of the Per...

Captain Roald Amundsen Plaza
Roald Engelbregt Gravning Amundsen (1872-1928), polar explorer, was born in Borge, Norway. When he was 20 years old, Amundse...

Captain Tilly Park
Captain George H. Tilly Park is named for a local son of a prominent Jamaica family, who was killed while fighting in the Am...

Cardozo Playground
This playground and the neighboring J.H.S. 198 are named for Benjamin N. Cardozo (1870-1928), a United States Supreme Court Ju...

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