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Visiter Charging Bull

Charging Bull


Taurus loading: this is an imposing bronze sculpture representing a buffalo, realized by Arturo di Modica to symbolize...

Visiter Ellis Island Immigration Museum

Ellis Island Immigration Museum


Immigration Museum: The museum is housed in the main building that received between 1880 and 1950 the millions of...

Visiter Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met)

Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met)


Metropolitan Museum: opened since 1872, it is one of the most important museums in the world with nearly 3 million...

Visiter Statue Of Liberty

Statue Of Liberty


Statue of Liberty: work of Frédéric Bartholdi and Gustave Eiffel, completed in 1886, it was offered by France on the...

Visiter Flat Iron Building

Flat Iron Building


Iron Building: work by Daniel Burnham dated 1902, this building is known for its extravagant form assimilated to an...

Visiter Empire State Building

Empire State Building


Empire State Building: New York State (State of the Empire), it dates from 1931, measures 381 meters (448 with antenn...

Visiter St Patrick Cathedral

St Patrick Cathedral


St. Patrick's Cathedral: a work by James Renwick Jr., this Gothic-style Catholic Church is the largest in the...

Visiter Grand Central Station

Grand Central Station


Grand Central Station: The world's largest Beaux Arts-style railway station was built in 1913 by the architects...

Visiter Brooklyn Bridge

Brooklyn Bridge


Reliant Manhattan to Brooklyn, it is one of the most famous, longest and oldest suspension bridges. Imagined by John...

Visiter Times Square

Times Square


Times Square: the "crossroads of the world" takes its name from the NY Times, which set up its offices there in 1904....

Visiter Chrysler Building

Chrysler Building


Chrysler Building: 319 meters high skyscraper and 77 floors, it was the tallest in the world in 1930, quickly dethroned...

Visiter MoMa



Museum of Modern Art: opened in 1929, mainly financed by Rockefeller, this museum is famous for having braved the...

Visiter New York Public Library

New York Public Library


It was built thanks to a donation of Samuel Tilden, an important politician and the merger of the two main libraries of...

Visiter Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum


It was built in 1959 by Frank Lloyd Wright for the Guggenheim Foundation of which it is the most famous museum....

Visiter Rockefeller Center

Rockefeller Center


Rockefeller Center: a real city as the Rockefeller family, founder, wanted, the center has 19 buildings for...

Visiter Radio City Music Hall

Radio City Music Hall


Radio City Music Hall: an art deco building built and decorated in 1932 by Donald Deskey, it is the largest concert...

Visiter Belvedere Castle

Belvedere Castle


A work by Calvert Vaux, Frederick Law Olmsted and Jacob Wrey Mold dated 1869, it displays a surprising neo-gothic sty...

Visiter Washington Square Park

Washington Square Park


Popular place to walk and starting point of the famous 5th Avenue, it is located in the not less famous Greenwich...

Visiter Strawberry Fields Memorial

Strawberry Fields Memorial


Strawberry Fields: a 1-hectare commemorative space, created in 1981 in honor of John Lennon, a singer / songwriter of...

Visiter Federal Hall

Federal Hall


On this site stood the Town Hall, built in 1700. After Independence it became the first Capitol of the United States....

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