Dec 14, 2015

Daily What?! NYC’s Millions-Year-Old Bedrock Stabilizes the Skyscrapers | Untapped Cities

Though Central Park is largely man-made, the rock ridges of NYC parks have been around longer–try 190 million to 1.1 billion years–than you’d think!

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