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Places to visit in New York

New York is a big city with many charming and interesting places to visit.

The essential places that can not be missed are listed here.

  • Statue of Liberty

    Icon of New York City and the United States. It was the first thing they saw all immigrants who came seeking the American Dream.”

    Statue of Liberty

    Statue of Liberty

  • Ellis Island

    Island in southern Manhattan turned into the main office of the city. Originally it was used for military purposes only.

    Ellis Island

    Ellis Island

  • Fifth Avenue

    One of the most famous streets in the world, crosses Manhattan from north to south, with many luxury shops and museums.

    Fifth Avenue

    Fifth Avenue

  • Empire State Building

    The tallest building in the world until 1972, and one of the most important of the city and very cinematic.

    Empire State

    Empire State

  • World Trade Center

    Here was World Trade Center until the terrorist attacks of 11 September on the Twin Towers.

    One World Trade Center

    One World Trade Center

  • Top of the Rock

    Observatory on the top floor of Rockefeller Center from where the views are breathtaking.

    View from the Top of the Rock

    View from the Top of the Rock

  • Central Park

    The major public park in New York and known worldwide. There are several gardens and monuments.

    Central Park

    Central Park

  • Times Square

    Typical New York, amount of bright billboards advertising Broadway musicals and lot of people walking, tourists and locals.

    Times Square

    Times Square

  • Wall Street

    Important part of the city where the largest bank in the nation was founded and where the stock market is located.

    Wall Street

    Wall Street

  • Chrysler Building

    Art Deco building, designed to be the tallest building in the world until the Empire State Building was built in 1931, a year later.

    Chrysler Building

    Chrysler Building

  • Brooklyn Bridge

    Next to Statue of Libery and the Empire State Building is another icon of New York. It was the world’s largest  at opening and the first bridge suspended by steel cables.

    Brooklyn Bridge

    Brooklyn Bridge

  • St Patrick’s Cathedral

    It is the largest Gothic style Catholic church in the country’s, and the seat of the Archbishop of New York, dating from s. XIX.

    St. Patrick's Cathedral

    St. Patrick’s Cathedral

  • Cathedral Church of St John the Divine

    This colossal temple is the largest religion site of the country’s, and the third in the world when completed, because is still unfinished.

    Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine

    Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine

Facilities for visiting the attractions of New York

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