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New York's High Line fetes fifth birthday

An elevated park called the High Line is pictured in New York on June 11, 2014New York's High Line -- a public park built on elevated former train tracks -- is celebrating its fifth birthday, with officials claiming it attracts more tourists than the Statue of Liberty. Inspired by the "Coulee verte" in Paris, the urban promenade snakes nearly 1.5 miles (2.4 kilometers) along Manhattan's West Side, providing stunning views of the skyline and Hudson River.