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This one should be pretty obvious. It's a national historic landmark, resting place of Jean-Michel Basquiat, Leonard Bernstein, and countless other luminaries (and rich people), and also just a gorgeous plot of land with a wealth of natural beauty and a dearth of guys trying to sell you shitty souvenirs from a card table they've set up on the sidewalk. Additionally, some L Magazine experts believe it to be a perfect spot for a first date. The jury might still be out on that one.