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You don't find any panel indicating that Tchaikovsky Judie Garland Laureen Bacall and of course John Lennon have been into this building .....
Just at the corner of 72 street you'll find teh builing a part having view on central park.
However no visit allowed...More
A beautiful building that is remembered because of a tragedy that took place. This building is where John Lennon lived and was also where he was shot to dead. Yoko Ono stills lives in this building and when the anniversary of his death comes around;...More
This building, where celebrities past and present, reside is a beautiful piece of architecture. Sadly, the entry arch is where John Lennon was shot but it is, indeed, a beautifully located building, right next to Central Park.
The front of exntrance John Lennon was shot to death on 8th of December 1980, by Mark Chapman. The building is famous because of many famous people living in it. It is also famous because it wont allow anyone to buy apartment here, even you...More
We wanted to visit this site as it was made infamous by the killing of John Lennon and is on the corner of W72st, just across the road from Central Park. The strawberry fields mosaic is a short walk into the park itself and is...More
This was something of a pilgrimage for a Beatles fan but be warned you will be frog marched off the curb if you try to get close to the gateway where the dastardly event took place forty years ago.
Yoko has made no attempt to...More
There is a certain notoriety of being the location where a celebrity was shot. Such it is here at The Dakota where John Lennon was shot December 8, 1980 -- almost 40 years ago!
After visiting Strawberry Fields and the IMAGINE memorial in Central Park,...More