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The City Concealed | Episode | Tombs & Catacombs of Green-Wood Cemetery

Established in 1838, Green-Wood Cemetery became a destination for American and European tourists. Every year, thousands flocked to the cemetery to enjoy its lush gardens, rolling hills, and stately tombs. Unfortunately, during New York City's financial woes of the late sixties and early seventies, the cemetery restricted public access and lost its reputation as an urban oasis of art and nature.

0:06:49 | AIRED: 12/29/2008 |
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