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Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
The largest cultural center in the world, Lincoln Center is the home to twelve different independent resident arts companies. From the grandeur of The Metropolitan Opera to the jubilant spirit of Jazz at Lincoln Center, there is something for everyone. Each day, visitors can see the world's most celebrated musicians, soloists, dancers, opera companies, orchestras, theater, chamber music, films and exhibitions at one location.
Looking at Lincoln Center from Across Dante Park.
Located between west 62nd to west 66th Streets and Columbus and Amsterdam Avenues, the 
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
is comprised of a unity of several buildings--all of travertine--devoted to the performance of music, theater, opera, and dance. The overall project was directed by Wallace K. Harrison and completed between 1962 and 1968. The buildings surround an open, user-friendly plaza, even though the buildings are generally conservative in style.
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View of south Broadway Avenue. View of north Broadway Avenue.
Other buildings at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
New York State Theatre  |  The Metropolitan Opera House  |  Avery Fisher Hall  |  Lincoln Center  Theatre & Juilliard School       
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