New York City landmarks don't have to be buildings! Discover the lamposts, pools, and other structures NYC wants to preserve.
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A Magnolia tree, between Marcy and Tompkins Avenues in Bedford-Stuyvesant, is one of only two trees that have been designated as New York City landmarks.
Amidst the over 1600 landmarks in NYC are a fair share of quirky ones, including trees, amusement rides, a ruin, a fence, historic clocks, and more.