Christo's 'Gates' Finally Open The day has finally come. Artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude have unwrapped saffron fabric and draped more than 7,500 gates erected in New York's Central Park. New Yorkers are generally delighted.
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Christo's 'Gates' Finally Open

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The day has finally come. Artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude have unwrapped saffron fabric and draped more than 7,500 gates erected in New York's Central Park. New Yorkers are generally delighted.

'The Gates' project curves along most of Central Park's 23-mile footpath. Robert Smith, NPR hide caption

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