New York has decided to give Giants fans a day to let the fact that their team won Super Bowl XLVI sink in before asking them to attend a victory parade.
The Giants' victory parade is scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 7, at 11 a.m. ET through the Canyon of Heroes in Manhattan.
The Canyon of Heroes is in the financial district of Manhattan, where the city has held parades to celebrate anything and everything they could think of, from the end of wars to New York sports teams winning championships. Each celebration is marked by a black, granite strip in the sidewalk. The black stripe for this parade will be one of over 200 makers representing parades and celebrations held in the area.
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