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Hidden Wall of 1976 Graffiti in Manhattan, New York

Recent construction work on a skyscraper in Lower Manhattan’s Financial District unearthed a quite remarkable find; a wall of graffiti from 1976 that had been hidden behind another wall. The graffiti consists largely of signed names of people who had gathered to watch the Bicentennial celebrations in New York harbour. Covered up by a marble wall, it was whilst recently repairing damage caused by Hurricane Sandy that led to the discovery of this quaint time capsule.
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