Located at the Bronx Community College, this national landmark, The Hall of Fame for Great Americans, was founded in 1900 by ... More
Hall of Fame for Great Americans
Located at the Bronx Community College, this national landmark, The Hall of Fame for Great Americans, was founded in 1900 by Cornelius McCracken, the president of New York University, to celebrate Americans who have made a profound impact on American History. A breathtaking 630-foot open-air Colonnade designed by Stanford White houses bronze busts of the 102 Hall of Fame honorary, and overlooks the Harlem River. The honorees include a huge range of trailblazers from authors and architects to statesmen and explorers, such as Alexander Graham Bell and Eli Whitney.
This is a Tex Mex restaurant with a theme that also doubles up as a sort of metropolitan museum of
cowgirl memorabilia. There are pictures and mementos of cowgirls, rodeo stars and country singers everywhere, and a popular gift ...
Brooklyn's oldest public building, the Greek Revival style Brooklyn Borough Hall is the original City Hall and houses the Brooklyn
Borough President. Its features include Tuckahoe marble, a staircase which leads to an entrance with six fluted Ionic columns ...
This small but charming stone castle sits atop Vista Rock, which is the highest point in glorious Central Park .
Built in the 1870s, the castle now houses a weather station and the Henry Luce Nature Observatory. The Observatory ...
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