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Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Green-Wood Cemetery Celebrates 175 Year Anniversary
Green-Wood Cemetery is a spectacular, wild jewel of a place that for reasons unknown remains obscure and almost completely unknown to many New Yorkers. The Huffington Post ran a nice article by Ulat Ilnytsky on Green-Wood’s 175th Anniversary as a working cemetery. The Wild Quaker Parrots of Green-Wood are among its most spectacular features. These raucous parrots have only been on site since the 1960s, but they’re doing well (the management of the Cemetery likes them and looks after them) and should have a long and bright future ahead there.