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Witness ManhattanhengeNew York City, USA

Also known as the Manhattan Solstice, this is a natural spectacle during which the setting sun aligns with the east–west streets of New York City's main grid. It makes for some killer photos, so photographers, take note: it only happens twice a year, and the best chance to catch that perfect moment on camera is usually between the end of May and the middle of July.


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