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Empire State Building

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  1. The Empire State Building is a huge (literally) cultural icon of the Big Apple. This 102-story art deco skyscraper was built in 1931 and stood as the worlds tallest building for several decades. It was taken over by the former World Trade Center buildings in 1972, which also called New York City home. Posted by: nycapital on Jun 05, 2008 (1) (0)
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