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...t is in its essence a memorial to in my opinion, one of the greatest leaders of this nation, thus proving how it is a historical treasure to New York City. There we found an almost empty park. A neat row of barren trees presented themselves. Everything about the park was appealing to the eye. This I attribute largely to the symmetry. From the trees to the cobblestone everything was neatly ordered and symmetric. I could imagine cutting a line straight down the middle of the triangular park and find myself with two identical parks. There I could see a statue head at the very end. Once there we were greeted by an enormous president Roosevelt. His eyes gazed north and almost seemed to be staring at the bridge. As the wind blew over the east river I looked to his right stood the United Nations Building. I now understood why this park was dedicated to President Roosevelt.
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