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Cherry Hill in Central Park

Cherry Hill is a gentle, grassy slope which overlooks the Lake and Bow Bridge.  It has lots of tree covering, and is a large open space, so it is well suited for large wedding groups.  232 more words

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Gapstow Bridge in Central Park

Gapstow Bridge is in the South-East corner of Central Park, but guests would need to walk on the pathways around the Pond to get to the bridge.  169 more words

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Bethesda Terrace and Fountain in Central Park

Bethesda Fountain is considered the heart of Central Park, and sits in the middle of Bethesda Terrace.  It is one of the best-known spots in Central Park with the famous Angel of the Waters statue on the top.   214 more words

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Under Bethesda Terrace in Central Park

Bethesda Terrace is in the middle of Central Park, at the end of the Mall.  Underneath Bethesda Terrace is the best place for a wedding ceremony in the event of heavy rain.  195 more words

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Cop Cot in Central Park

Cop Cot is Central Park’s largest wooden structure. Cop Cot is Celtic for “little cottage on the crest of the hill.”  Many couples like it because it is keeping with the rustic feel of an outdoors wedding since it is made of wood and is covered in foliage in the summer. 233 more words

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Belvedere Castle Terrace in Central Park

Belvedere Castle caps Vista Rock, which is the second-highest natural elevation in Central Park.  Because of this it provides the best and highest views of Central Park and its cityscape.  223 more words

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Conservatory Gardens in Central Park

The Conservatory Gardens‘ main entrance is through the ornate and beautiful Vanderbilt Gate, on Fifth Avenue between 104th and 105th Streets.  This makes a spectacular photo when a bride arrives with her party.  211 more words

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