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New York State Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Hall

Published almost 6 years ago by Mark Fink

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Built to commemorate and honor President Theodore Roosevelt.

New York Public Library - Bryant Park

Published almost 6 years ago by Mark Fink

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As far back as 1686, the property that is now Bryant Park has been designated as public property. At one point, the Crystal Palace<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/new-york-public-library-bryant-park">...(more)</a>

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Published almost 6 years ago by Mark Fink

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Featuring art that spans thousands of years, the museum is located on the eastern side of Central Park.

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Published almost 6 years ago by Mark Fink

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Featuring art that spans thousands of years, the museum is located on the eastern side of Central Park.

King Wladyslaw Jagiello of Poland

Published almost 6 years ago by Mark Fink

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King Jagiello was a Polish hero of the 15th century, having united Lithuania and Poland into the leading power of Eastern Europe.

John Lennon - Strawberry Fields

Published almost 6 years ago by Mark Fink

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Opened on October 9th, 1985, (John Lennon's 45th birthday), Strawberry Fields is a place for reflection on the life and music of John Lennon and his cause for world peace.

Grant's Tomb

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The largest tomb in North America, Grant's Tomb is not only a resting place, but also a memorial to his life. Located near Riverside Church on Riverside drive overlooking the Hudson, it is another oasis of calm.

Grant's Tomb

Published almost 6 years ago by Mark Fink

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The largest tomb in North America, Grant's Tomb is not only a resting place, but also a memorial to his life. Located near Riverside Church on Riverside drive overlooking the Hudson, it is another oasis of calm.

Grant's Tomb

Published almost 6 years ago by Mark Fink

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The largest tomb in North America, Grant's Tomb is not only a resting place, but also a memorial to his life. Located near Riverside Church on Riverside drive overlooking the Hudson, it is another oasis of calm.

Grant's Tomb

Published almost 6 years ago by Mark Fink

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The largest tomb in North America, Grant's Tomb is not only a resting place, but also a memorial to his life. Located near Riverside Church on Riverside drive overlooking the Hudson, it is another oasis of calm.

Grant's Tomb

Published almost 6 years ago by Mark Fink

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The largest tomb in North America, Grant's Tomb is not only a resting place, but also a memorial to his life. Located near Riverside Church on Riverside drive overlooking the Hudson, it is another oasis of calm.

Grand Central Station 1

Published almost 6 years ago by Mark Fink

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Grand Central Station 1

Published almost 6 years ago by Mark Fink

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Fulton Street Fish Market

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Established in 1822, this was the most important wholesale fish market on the East Coast.

Foley Square

Published almost 6 years ago by Mark Fink

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Located just north of the Brooklyn Bridge on-ramp, Foley Square is in the midst of buildings such as the New York County Supreme Court Building, and just down the street from City Hall.

David Letterman at the Ed Sullivan Theater

Published almost 6 years ago by Mark Fink

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The Ed Sullivan theater that once hosted the Beatles and countless other acts, is home to David Letterman and his Late Show.

Columbus Circle

Published almost 6 years ago by Mark Fink

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Erected in 1892 to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Columbus' first voyage to America, this monument is the official point for measuring distances<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/columbus-circle">...(more)</a>

City Hall

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New York City Hall was built between 1803 and 1812, and is the oldest City Hall in the US that still houses its original governmental functions.

City Hall

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New York City Hall was built between 1803 and 1812, and is the oldest City Hall in the US that still houses its original governmental functions.

Chinatown

Published almost 6 years ago by Mark Fink

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One moment, you're in Little Italy, then you turn a corner, and you're transported thousands of miles to China. Well, not phys<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/chinatown-in-new-york-city-by-mark-fink">...(more)</a>