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See Greenwich Village From Inside The Historic Jefferson Market Library

The Jefferson Market Library is one of the most iconic structures in Greenwich Village, and it opened its doors (and its rooftop views of the surrounding neighborhood) to the public this weekend as part of Open House New York. [ more › ]
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