From a wrought iron gate on Second Avenue, an alleyway leads to a secluded garden, barely visible from the busy sidewalk.
Although there are no headstones or monuments, this is the New York Marble Cemetery, one of the hidden cemeteries of New York that has survived as a quiet memorial while the city transformed around it.
In the 19th century, the New York Marble Cemetery had over 2,000 burials.
Klingenstein Library and its programming is provided by Ruth and Sid Lapidus, the New York State Education Department, Library Division, and Placer Partners.
In The Big Apple, you’ll have the best in food and entertainment at your fingertips. Down on the ground, hunt for bargains in Midtown or see Impressionist artworks at the Guggenheim Museum.
In ‘the city that never sleeps’, tourists can have the best in food and entertainment at their fingertips. Newark International Airport (EWR), in New Jersey, is also 26km from midtown Manhattan. From an evening spent wandering around a museum to savouring the aromas of a street-food festival, this bustling metropolis has it all.After his death in 1806, Hardenbergh was buried in Auburn's North Street Cemetery, and was re-interred in 1852 in Fort Hill Cemetery – the first burial in the city's newly opened burial ground.The community grew up around Hardenbergh's gristmill and sawmill.Museum Mile is located on the city’s famous Fifth Avenue, and is lined with a whole host of museums and art galleries, including the iconic Guggenheim Museum.You’ll find all kinds of exhibitions here covering art, architecture, photography, natural history, television, radio and technology, so there’s something for everyone.