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Sometimes called Manhattanhenge or the Manhattan Solstice, there are a few weeks each year when the sunset lines up so that it sets EXACTLY right between the east-west streets in Manhattan, giving us a view of the sunset right at the end of the westward streets. Here are some of the submissions from MadParkNews readers who captured the phenomenon and sent it into info@MadParkNews.com.

The first one is by Cristy Ebert of Rakuten LinkShare:

Photo by Cristy Ebert of Rakuten LinkShare

And the next is by A. V. Reilly Photo by A.V. Reilly

Here is one through a park bench from someone anonymously of Eatopia.com.

Photo by someone at Eatopia.com

And one from Brian at MadParkNews.com

Photo by Brian at MadParkNews

And another from MPN

MPN
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