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To the left is the lofty shaft of the Trylon, which rises 700 feet above the ground. A bridge links it to the 200-foot Perisphere, in which the Theme of the Exposition is depicted. The architects are Harrison and Fouilhoux.

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English

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Business Districts (New York, New York), Flushing Meadows-Coronado Park (New York, New York), New York World's Fair (1939-1940), Sculptures, Parks & Gardens

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