The Gapstow Bridge and The Pond are the added attractions of Central Park and were designed 125 years ago. A very good example of the traditional architecture of Central Park, the Gapstow was a wooden bridge that was supported by railings made of cast iron. But later it was converted into a stone bridge in the year 1896. The pond under the bridge adds the perfect amount of beauty to the strong looking bridge, marking the balance between both the structures that have stood the test of time. A must visit for all those visiting the magnificent Central Park.
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