The Temple of Dendur on Roosevelt Island?

The Temple of Dendur on Roosevelt Island?

Today, in an article filled with interesting details, the Roosevelt Island Historical Society posted an article about the many, diverse plans over time for the Island. Not only the Temple of Dendur, now a fixture at the Met, but also a Tivoli Garden and a population of… wait for it…. 70,000.

The article is by Stephen Blank. Read on and find out what might have been instead of what is.

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