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New York Landmarks

1. Five Pointz: An old warehouse that is now filled with artist studios, Five Pointz is a living collage of graffiti art. Come her...
2. Empire State Building: The Empire State Building is a huge (literally) cultural icon of the Big Apple. This 102-story art deco skyscraper ...
3. New York Stock Exchange: The largest stock exchange in the world. The trading floor is located at 11 Wall St. The main building, at 18 Broa...
4. Brooklyn Bridge Pedestrian Walkway: Above the automobile lanes, the Brooklyn Bridge has a wide walkway for pedestrians and cyclists. This is a wonderf...
5. Brooklyn Bridge: This suspension bridge connect Manhattan and Brooklyn across the East River. It was finished in 1883 and became a ...
6. Fulton Ferry Landing: Great views of Manhattan from this Brooklyn location on the water at the end of Old Fulton St. It's at the base of ...
7. Launching Pad: After giving up a record number of homers in its first series, people starting calling the new Yankee Stadium the "...  
8. High Line, The: The old elevated freight train tracks that run up the west side of Manhattan have now been turned into a public cit...
9. Union Square: Union Square is an important landmark in NYC and a place where a lot of transportation comes together. At 14th Str...
10. Shake Shack: Shake Shack is an outdoor restaurant serving hamburgers, hot dogs, fries and shakes in Madison Square Park. It is ...
11. Ellis Island Immigration Museum: Part of the Statue of Liberty National Monument, the Immigration Museum relates the story of Ellis Island by placin...
12. American Museum of Natural History: A great museum with exhibits covering natural history in all climes and all eras. The AMNH also happens to be a ser...
13. Triborough: Not a single bridge but a complex of three major bridges that connect the Bronx, Manhattan and Queens and a variety...  
14. Whitestone, The: The Bronx-Whitestone Bridge, a suspension bridge that connects the Bronx and Queens via I-678 across the East River...  
15. Carnegie Hall: A famous classical music concert hall located at Seventh Avenue and 57th Street, named after Andrew Carnegie.  
 
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