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Culinary Institute of America - Roth Hall
Hudson Valley

Recently, while exploring historic Hyde Park, we had the opportunity to have dinner at the CIA.  Dinner was very enjoyable and early the next morning I returned to take a few photos of this exceptional institution.  Unfortunately they were in the process of setting up Anton Plaza for a graduation event and I chose this perspective to avoid capturing all the vehicles on the plaza.

Copyright: Dennis Orzo
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Uploaded: 16/05/2012
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