This is the sunset of your life.

There is a relentless wave of beauty that this city cannot shake off. There is simply so much to take in that it can all feel very overwhelming. Central Park alone has so much you have never seen.

This Memorial Day weekend there is a rare chance for spectators of all ages to catch one of the most beautiful sunsets the city has to provide.

The Manhattanhenge is when the sunset lines up perfectly with the East-West streets creating a beautiful sight and the first one is happening this Monday at 8:12 p.m.

Of course, you're gonna wanna get there earlier because this phenomenon, coined by the one and only Neil deGrasse Tyson, draws thousands all over the city to be even more reckless in traffic just to catch that perfect photo.

Can't make it Monday? Well, Sunday there is a half-sun that will line up with the grid.

And for those that miss both, you have another chance to get that selfie with the sun. The Manhattanhenge happens again on July 11th, 8:20 p.m.

Take it all in, New Yorkers. This city was built for those who want to reach the stars and unbeknownst to the designers, it was built for an awesome Instagram photo too.





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