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11 photos that prove walking around NYC is basically like going to a museum

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Tolly Wright

New York may be known the world over for its top-notch museums, but even if you don't have time to visit the Met, MoMA or the Brooklyn Museum, or can't afford the admission, there's plenty of awe-worthy art waiting for you right on the street. Next time you're out training for a marathon, meeting a friend for brunch, or even commuting to work, keep your eyes peeled for the city's best street art. Here are some of our favorite examples of what you could be appreciating:

 Look for a fish crow at 155th street and Broadway


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Keep your eyes opened for this lady in Little Italy


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Make sure you're looking down, too (Bedford Ave, Brooklyn)


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And pay special attention near the parks, like Brooklyn Bridge Park  


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...or the South East corner of Central Park 

Where Mott St meets Houston


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This mural at 50th St and 10th Ave



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In the Bronx's Hunts Point

It'd be hard to miss this 33-foot tall statue on Park and 53rd St


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Near Three Cups Lounge in the Lower East Side (83 First Ave) 

Quacking it up at 149th and Broadway


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