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1. Union Square: Union Square is an important landmark in NYC and a place where a lot of transportation comes together. At 14th Str...
2. 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...
3. Central Park: Central Park covers 843 acres or 6% of Manhattan. It spans from 59th Street (Central Park South) to 110th Street at...
4. Cage, the: Caged basketball court adjacent to the West 4th subway station that many consider to be the site of the best pick-u...  
5. Highline: Elevated former train track on the west side of Manhattan (mostly in the west 20s). Long out-of-use but now being ...  
6. Astroland: The Astroland Amusement Park at Coney Island is home to the world-famous Cyclone rollercoaster.  
7. Washington Square Park: Located by NYU, this is one of Manhattan's best-known parks and host to a variety of cultural activities including ...  
8. Gramercy: Short for Gramercy Park, a relatively quiet neighborhood surrounding a private, keyed-entry park on Manhattan's Low...  
9. Bronx Zoo: A world-famous zoo that has the astonishing power to transport one instantly from the gritty city sidewalks of New ...  
10. Cloisters, The: The Cloisters are an extension of the Metropolitan Art Museum dedicated to the architecture and art of the European...
11. Underwood Park: A cute little Brooklyn park between Lafayette and Washington Avenues that is comprised mostly of children's jungle ...
 
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