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Columbus Circle Manhattan, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Columbus Circle is a busy intersection and roundabout located in the Manhattan district of New York City, specifically on the southwest corner of Central Park at the intersection of West 59th Street from Central Park South, Broadway, Eighth Avenue, and Central Park West. Like the center for C-2 visa holders in the 25-mile restricted travel area, the official roadway distances from New York City measured from the point where the circle is.

In the center of the circle is established the monument to Christopher Columbus inscribed in the National Register of Historic Places, a masterpiece from which the name of the intersection derived. To refer to the neighborhoods surrounding the circle in each direction by a few blocks, the same name used. Upper West Side located north of the circle, the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood is located southwest, and the Theater District located southeast.

Italian sculptor Gaetano Russo was the creator of the 76-foot Columbus Column monument which consists of 14 feet of a marble statue placed on top of 27.5 feet of a pedestal. The naves of the Niña, Pinta and Santa Maria of Columbus decorate the column with bronze reliefs and instead of caravels are Roman galleys. There is also an angel on the pedestal holding a globe. As part of Frederick Law Olmsted’s vision for Central Park in 1857 was designed the roundabout in the southwest corner of the park that included a rotatory. In 1868 the ground began to clear for the circle and two years later the current circle was approved.

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