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    Even though I've walked all of those blocks numerous times, it's still a treat looking at photos like these. Thanks for the tour, alonzo: Madison is probably, from end to end, one of the most beautiful urban avenues in the entire world.

    I noticed you took a couple pictures of the Polish consulate: did you get a chance to step inside? It's a real treat.

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    I was thinking the same thing its got to be the most beautiful avenue. I didnt go inside no, i wish i did now! I also went into the Morgan library last week and i think its gorgeous.

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    Wonderful pictures Alonzo. These pictures bring back memories of walking up and down Madison Ave. one day. Thank you.

    This is a very cool building. I wonder what the interior looks like.

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    This could easily be mistaken for Paris France:


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    I had that exact thought AN! I thought wow this is strange, am I in europe?

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    Thanks for the photos, Alonzo.
    Madison is my fav. avenue in Manhattan also.

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    I did 9km of walking today, dodging Israeli parades and burning in the sun. but, it was worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by antinimby
    This could easily be mistaken for Paris France:
    Agreed.

    The buildings on 5th avenue in front and around the area of the Met are beauties as well, like these two...



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