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City Hall

Published almost 6 years ago by Mark Fink

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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>

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 physically, but t<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/chinatown-in-new-york-city">...(more)</a>

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 physically, but the neighborhood i<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/chinatown">...(more)</a>

Bethesda Fountain and Terrace

Published almost 6 years ago by Mark Fink

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Called the crown jewel of Central Park, the Bethesda Fountain is the only sculpture commissioned as part of the original park design. Th<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/bethesda-fountain-and-terrace">...(more)</a>

Bethesda Arcade Minton Tile Ceiling

Published almost 6 years ago by Mark Fink

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Just south of the Bethesda fountains in Central Park is an arcade whose ceiling is literally a work of art. Built in the mid-1860'<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/bethesda-arcade-minton-tile-ceiling">...(more)</a>

Belvedere Castle

Published almost 6 years ago by Mark Fink

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Built in 1872, this Victorian structure overlooks Turtle Pond. More details can be found here - http://www.centralpark2000.com/database/belvedere_castle.html

Battery Park Spiral Staircase

Published almost 6 years ago by Mark Fink

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Resembling something out of an Escher drawing, this staircase is an endless loop.

Battery Park Reflecting Pond

Published almost 6 years ago by Mark Fink

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Tucked away near an old pier at the southern tip of Manhatten is a tiny reflecting pond that serves as a haven from the busy financial di<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/battery-park-reflecting-pond">...(more)</a>

The Apollo Theater

Published almost 6 years ago by Mark Fink

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Founded in the mid-1860's, the Apollo Theater started out as a dance hall, and was a burlesque theater for awhile. Over the years, it has launched the careers of dozens of high profile performers.

Walter Scott and Robert Burns

Published almost 6 years ago by Mark Fink

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Just south of the bandshell in Central Park, you will find the statues of two great Scottish lieterary figures: Sir Walter Scott and Robert Burns.

The House of Jan Matejko

Published almost 6 years ago by Karol Kwiatek

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The great 19th-century painter’s residence turned into a museum. Jan Matejko (1838-93) is very much the grand old man of Polish painting, and<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/the-house-of-jan-matejko">...(more)</a>

St Marc Church in Krakow

Published almost 6 years ago by Karol Kwiatek

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Rynak Glowny 2

Published almost 6 years ago by Karol Kwiatek

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Rynek Glowny 1

Published almost 6 years ago by Karol Kwiatek

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Planty and Palace of Art

Published almost 6 years ago by Karol Kwiatek

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Plac Wszystkich Swietych

Published almost 6 years ago by Karol Kwiatek

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Plac Mariacki

Published almost 6 years ago by Karol Kwiatek

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