New York City is packed to the brim with beautiful sights. You could find incredible art at any turn, witness a rooftop farm defy all odds and get a drink with a view that will leave you breathless.

These beautiful moments were, for the most part, man-made. But, what if you want to take in the beauty that only Mother Earth can create? 

Sure, you can explore the vastness of Central Park, but there's something that only comes once in a while that will really blow you away.

The phenomenon known as Manhattanhenge will be returning once again on Monday and Tuesday, but this is the last time you'll be able to see it until next year.

Manhattanhenge is when the sunset lines up with Manhattan's streets. The results are a stunning sunset that you'll definitely never forget.

Monday is the "full" sunset. This is the one where you're gonna want to run into the streets more than you already do

The best time to see this Manhattanhenge is around 8:20 p.m.

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Tuesday you'll be able to see only a "half Manhattanhenge", but it's still worth checking out if you want some serious likes on the Gram. 

Again, the best time will be around 8:20 p.m.


So, get ready for another sunset where people are rushing into the middle of the street whipping their phones out. 

PRO TIP: Try to get as East as possible, but still able to see New Jersey.

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[via TimeOut] [Feature Image Courtesy Instagram]