TikToker goes viral explaining Central Park’s built in GPS system

A TikToker went viral for explaining the “secret” to decoding where you are in Central Park by looking at the numbers on its cast iron lampposts.

“Long gone are the days of getting lost in the park or needing to ask someone for directions,” Lucie Fink said, adding that the four numbers engraved in the posts can tell you the nearest street and geographical direction.

“The top two [numbers] tell you the cross streets,” @luciebfink explained. “If the next number is even you’re on the east side. If it’s odd you’re on the west side.”

“Let’s take a look at this one: 7305. Seventy-third Street on the

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