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  • New York City Hall

    I started planning and as usual every thing is from the Internet Booked at the hotel Verve in the city of Long Island, New York State. I chose this hotel because of the positive opinions of the guests. Also because of its proximity to the SUB train station you can...

    0 by Sala, 7 months ago
  • Rockefeller Center

    Seeing New York from the top of the Rockefeller Center Rockefeller Center is one of the New York city’s most famous buildings. And some people say that if you have not seen the New York city from the Top of the Rock (aka one of the Rockefeller Center’s observation...

    0 by Martha, one year ago
  • Central park

    A stroll through Central park When you are living in a concrete jungle, it is nice to have a lush green space where you can escape and pretend the city around you does not exist anymore. And this is just what the famous Central park in New York is - an oasis for the New...

    0 by Martha, one year ago
  • Lincoln Center

    Lincoln Center, Inc. is an enormous centre for the theatrical arts in the city of New York. The organisation is the owner and manager of the twelve resident organisations situated within the Lincoln Center, and is also the organiser of concerts and theatrical...

    0 by Lottie, one year ago
  • Brooklyn Bridge

    Of all the advances made in engineering in the 1800s, the Brooklyn Bridge is highlighted as perhaps one of the most famous and most notable. It took more than a decade to build, it cost its designer his life, and it was constantly criticised by skeptics who predicted...

    0 by Lottie, one year ago
  • Empire State Building

    At the start of the twentieth century, the city of New York was characterized by a boom in the activity of construction. The buildings were constructed and then demolished only a few years later to create space for the bigger buildings. Businesses competed for the...

    0 by Evie, one year ago
  • Manhattan

    I went to New york city for an International Workshop on Architecture and I fell in love with the city.It is such a vibrant and cosmopolitan city. When you are in Manhattan, you will really feel like you are taking part of a hollywood movie. You will find all kind of...

    0 by Rim, one year ago
  • Manhattan

    If you think you can walk around Manhattan to visit, you're pretty much wrong. I mean you could definitely, but it would take you hours. It took me like 20 minutes to walk from one subway station to another and there are like 50-100 different stations in Manhattan only....

    0 by Naomi, one year ago
  • Wall Street

    Wall Street is one of the most famous financial areas in the world, it's located in the district of Manhattan, New York, in the south of the famous "Big Apple". It's not the most essential visit in New York since the city offers better monuments and buildings to see,...

    0 by Ross, one year ago
  • New York Public Library

    The origins of this noble institution lie in the era in which New York was emerging as one of the world's most important cities. In the second half of the 19th century, New York had overtaken Paris in terms of population and was steadily approaching London, then the...

    0 by Helen, 2 years ago
  • Times Square

    Times Square is the most crowded place in New York, known for its numerous Broadway theatres, cinemas and gigantic screens. It's one of the places which really make New York the city that never sleeps. At the end of the nineteenth century, the city of New York had...

    0 by Helen, 2 years ago
  • Strawberry Fields

    Strawberry Fields is a monument dedicated to the world-famous singer, composer and peace activist John Lennon. During his career with The Beatles and his work as a solo artist, Lennon's music gave hope and inspiration for world peace, and his memory and mission live on...

    0 by Helen, 2 years ago
  • Grand Central Station

    Introduction Grand Central Terminal is located in Manhattan (New York) and is one of the most famous and most visited train stations in the world. It's an important tourist stop in Manhattan. Grand Central Terminal was opened in 1923 and is one of the architectural...

    0 by Helen, 2 years ago
  • Apollo Theatre

    The Apollo Hall was founded in the city of New York in the mid-1860s by ex-civil war general Eduardo Ferrero as a dance hall. On the expiration of its contract in 1872, the building was turned into a theatre but closed a few years before the turn of the century. The...

    0 by Helen, 2 years ago
  • Museum of Sex

    The intention of David Gluck, the founder of the Museum of Sex in New York City, was to create a museum dedicated to 'the history, evolution and cultural importance of human sexuality'. Through its exhibitions, programs and publication, the Museum of Sex is committed...

    0 by Helen, 2 years ago
  • Charging Bull, the Wall Street Bull

    Arturo Di Modica first came up with the idea for New York's charging bull as a way of celebrating the American spirit of power, especially in New York, where people from all over the world could come to, regardless of their origin and of their circumstances, and...

    0 by Helen, 2 years ago
  • Liberty Island

    The Statue of Liberty is one of the most obviously well-known and beloved monuments in America. The statue is strategically placed to welcome immigrants arriving in New York harbour, and to welcome homecoming residents back to their country. It has become a lasting...

    0 by Helen, 2 years ago
  • Dumbo

    Dumbo is my favourite neighbourhood in New York, and when you see it for yourself and know which one I'm talking about, you'll realise that it's also yours, too! Apart from being Disney's famous elephant character, Dumbo is the name of a neighbourhood in Brooklyn in New...

    0 by Helen, 2 years ago
  • Rockefeller Center

    The Rockefeller Center was the first thing I saw in New York City. Keep in mind that it was my first time ever visiting New York City, and even New York State. So, in my opinion, I think the was absolutely the best possible way to start off one of the best weekend trips...

    0 by Mina, 2 years ago
  • Central Park

    My first time ever going to New York City was when I was 19 years old, in October of 2015. I have always dreamt of visiting New York City. I have only ever seen it in television programs, movies, and pictures. I always knew it was flashy. I always knew it was grandiose....

    0 by Mina, 2 years ago

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