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Manhattanhenge

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Manhattanhenge, or when the setting sun aligns with the Manhattan street grid, was named for its similarity to when the sun rises in alignment with Stonehenge in England.

The phenomenon happens on four days a year, twice when half the sun aligns and twice when the full sun aligns. The last chance to see it this year is Friday, July 13, at around 8:20 p.m.

Scroll down for stunning photos of Manhattanhenge over the years.

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