"If you want to study New York City’s architecture, forget about craning your neck dodging taxicabs. Just hop on the Number 4 subway north towards the Bronx and sit down and relax. The last station is poetically positioned at the Jerome Avenue entrance to Woodlawn Cemetery - it’s the end of the line. Woodlawn’s 1,300 plus mausoleums are a study in almost every architectural style ever since there was architecture . Indeed, there is no better collection and condensation of architecture styles anywhere in the United States, and maybe the entire world."