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W 43rd St & 7th Ave
Named after the New York Times, which moved its office here in 1924, Times Square is a vibrant, neon-lit area in the heart of the Theater District. Over the years, this area ...
Right in the heart of Manhattan stands this oasis of rolling pastures and gardens, stretching from Midtown to Harlem . It was created in 1857 by Frederick ...
460 Madison Ave
This massive cathedral, situated across from Rockefeller Center on Fifth Avenue, is the largest Catholic cathedral in the United States. With its two soaring 330-foot ...
Lady Liberty, representative of freedom to the world, towers over the New York Harbor. Created by Frenchman Frederic Auguste Bartholdi, the statue was a gift from France to the United ...
1000 5th Ave
Any visitor to the Big Apple should spend at least a couple of hours at this vast museum. Designed by Richard Morris Hunt, it has more than 1.5 million square feet (139,355 square ...
Avenue of the Americas & Bleecker St
The zigzagging streets and charming brownstones of Greenwich Village have a far more laid back atmosphere than most neighborhoods in the city. The center of New ...
161st Street & River Avenue
The 1923 Yankee Stadium was a historic landmark in the world of Major League Baseball. Some of the sport's greatest players spent their careers there, including Babe Ruth ...
The Brooklyn Bridge was built to connect the island of Manhattan to Brooklyn. At almost 1600 feet (487.68 meters), at the time of its completion in 1883, it was the longest ...
New York's Chinatown is a cultural haven full of ancient and exotic traditions, and a huge amount of restaurants. This bustling and crowded neighborhood is home to over ...
405 Lexington Ave
Completed in 1930, this towering edifice was the first construction project to rise higher than the Eiffel Tower. This leadership was to be short-lived, however, as The Empire ...