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Workers high-five themselves after successfully demolishing the 62-year-old water tower at Peter Bluesten Park in Hallandale.

Workers high-five themselves after successfully demolishing the 62-year-old water tower at Peter Bluesten Park in Hallandale.

The 62-year-old water tower at Peter Bluesten Park in Hallandale is demolished.

The 62-year-old water tower at Peter Bluesten Park in Hallandale is demolished.

A landmark water tower in Hallandale Beach hits the dirt after 62 years. The water tower at Bluesten Park.

A landmark water tower in Hallandale Beach hits the dirt after 62 years. The water tower at Bluesten Park.

Boats enjoying a scenic rest on Delray Beach in Palm Beach County. South Florida is home to many fantastic cities and Delray Beach is one! Enjoy the view!

Boats enjoying a scenic rest on Delray Beach in Palm Beach County. South Florida is home to many fantastic cities and Delray Beach is one! Enjoy the view!

Central Park, summer 1894. Photo via <a href="http://collections.mcny.org/C.aspx?VP3=CMS3&VF=SearchDetailPopupPage&VBID=24UP1GYNLM63&PN=1&IID=2F3XC58H6D_L">MCNY</a>

13 Century-Old Photos of Summer in New York City

Central Park, summer 1894. Photo via <a href="http://collections.mcny.org/C.aspx?VP3=CMS3&VF=SearchDetailPopupPage&VBID=24UP1GYNLM63&PN=1&IID=2F3XC58H6D_L">MCNY</a>

One of the most notable sites in Miami, Freedom Tower was originally home to Miami's newspaper, the Miami Daily News and Metropolis. Find out how Fidel Castro's rise to power in Cuba dramatically increased the number of Cuban refugees coming to Miami, and eventually led to News Tower being renamed Freedom Tower.

One of the most notable sites in Miami, Freedom Tower was originally home to Miami's newspaper, the Miami Daily News and Metropolis. Find out how Fidel Castro's rise to power in Cuba dramatically increased the number of Cuban refugees coming to Miami, and eventually led to News Tower being renamed Freedom Tower.

Under the El. New York, 1942.  By Marjory Collins

Under the El. New York, 1942. By Marjory Collins

Civil Rights Series, A Toddle House in Atlanta is occupied during a sit-in when the SNCC staff and supporters take a break from a conference to demonstrate, 1963

Civil Rights Series, A Toddle House in Atlanta is occupied during a sit-in when the SNCC staff and supporters take a break from a conference to demonstrate, 1963

El día en que Suecia cambió de lado por el cual los automóviles circulaban. (1967) - See more at: http://culturacolectiva.com/las-40-fotos-vintage-mas-raras-en-la-historia/#sthash.xPCHpgwr.dpuf

Las 40 fotos vintage más bizarras en la historia

El día en que Suecia cambió de lado por el cual los automóviles circulaban. (1967) - See more at: http://culturacolectiva.com/las-40-fotos-vintage-mas-raras-en-la-historia/#sthash.xPCHpgwr.dpuf

Aerial view overlooking the historic Cape Florida Lighthouse at the Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park in Key Biscayne, Florida.

Aerial view overlooking the historic Cape Florida Lighthouse at the Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park in Key Biscayne, Florida.