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Welcome To New York. Brooklyn Bridge. New York's most beautiful bridge. Take note of the South Street Seaport and the Financial District (including the once-proud Twin Towers) in the background. Wall Street. This no-nonsense bull greets visitors to New York's financial district. Central Park.

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Brooklyn bridge
Brooklyn Bridge

  • New York's most beautiful bridge. Take note of the South Street Seaport and the Financial District (including the once-proud Twin Towers) in the background.


Wall street
Wall Street

  • This no-nonsense bull greets visitors to New York's financial district


Central park
Central Park

  • The river in the background is the Hudson River. The bridge in the far background is the George Washington Bridge, which connects Manhattan and New Jersey


Empire state building
Empire State Building

  • The 86th floor observation deck at the Empire State Building. The deck wraps around the building and provides the best views of New York City. The observation area on the 102nd floor, although higher up, does not provide a great viewing experience because it is enclosed, has small windows, and is very cramped


Yankee stadium
Yankee Stadium

  • On February 6, 1921, the Yankees issued a press release to announce the purchase of 10 acres of property in the west Bronx. The land, purchased from the estate of William Waldorf Astor for $675,000


Rockefeller center
Rockefeller Center

  • Worlds Famous ice skating rink.


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