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New Haven, Connecticut Skyline Panoramic Picture

New Haven, Connecticut Skyline Panoramic Picture

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This aerial panoramic photograph of New Haven was taken by James Blakeway and features downtown New Haven and the Yale University campus. Centered in the panorama is historic New Haven Green with Center Church located in the middle of New Haven Green. To the right of Center Church is United Church. Beyond New Haven Green is Yale University. Yale was founded in 1701 as The Collegiate School and is the third oldest institution of higher education in the United States. The prominent gothic structure located behind and left of Center Church is Harkness Tower, which contains the Yale Memorial Carillon, a 54-bell instrument.
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New Haven, Connecticut City Skyline Wall Decor

New Haven skyline pictures feature the second-largest city in Connecticut. The city has historical importance, as many elements of American city planning had their foundations here. During the 1600s, the "Nine Square Plan" street layout of New Haven was revolutionary and today, is recognized as a National Planning Landmark. In addition, many blocks within the city's downtown are listed as National Historic Landmarks. New Haven also had the first public tree-planting program in the United States.

In addition, much of New Haven skyline prints have been influenced by the city's colleges. Yale University is the most iconic landmark within New Haven panoramic prints. Yale was founded in 1701 and is the third-oldest school in the nation.

While the historical importance cannot always be immediately guessed in looking at New Haven skyline pictures, this city is an important element of American culture that should not be passed over. With architectural landmarks dating from every time period and construction style in U.S. history, a number of museums and centers for the performing arts, theatre and film, the influence of New Haven continues to make its mark on panoramas of U.S. city skylines to this day.

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