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Statue of Liberty
Lady Liberty, representative of freedom to the world, shines bright in New York Harbor. A trip to the Statue of Liberty National Monument is an enjoyable and memorable experience.
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Empire State Building
The Empire State Building, a New York City Landmark and a National Historic Landmark, soars more than a quarter of a mile into the atmosphere above the heart of Manhattan. Located on the 86th floor, 1,050 feet above the city's bustling streets, the Observatory offers panoramic views from within a glass enclosed pavilion and from the surrounding open-air promenade.
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    • Empire State Building Official Site
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Ellis Island
Ellis Island dates back to 1894 when it was used as the immigrant gateway to America. Today, this 27.5 acre island is best known for the immigration museum that is housed in the former immigration station complex.
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    • Ellis Island Official Site
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Central Park
When you pay a visit to Central Park you will discover that there is something for everyone. From guided tours and sports to sightseeing or just plain relaxing, Central Park is New York's backyard
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Seeing a show on Broadway and going to the theater in NYC is one of the most popular events for New York City tourists. Make your stay in New York extra special with tickets to the very best theater in the world.
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    • Theater Guide
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NYC Neighborhoods
New York City is home to a diverse population, and never is it more evident than when you explore its many neighborhoods. From hip and trendy SoHo to great deals in Chinatown, there is so much to see and do!
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The American Museum of Natural History
The American Museum of Natural History is one of the world's preeminent scientific and cultural institutions. The Museum aims to discover, interpret and disseminate information about human cultures, the natural world and the universe through a wide-ranging program of scientific research, education and exhibition.
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Madame Tussauds
There's so much to do and see at Madame Tussauds! With over 200 life-life wax creations where you can interact, take pictures and get up close and personal with some of the greatest celebrities and music icons, political heroes and historical figures, plus sports icons and more!
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Guggenheim Museum
The Guggenheim's Frank Lloyd Wright–designed museum is among the 20th century's most important architectural landmarks. The museum's great rotunda has been the site of many celebrated special exhibitions, while its smaller galleries are devoted to collections ranging from Impressionism through contemporary art.
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The Museum of Modern Art
The Museum of Modern Art is considered by many to be one of the best modern art museums in the world. The galleries are filled with paintings, drawings, prints, illustrations, and photographs.
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United Nations
The purpose of the United Nations is to bring all nations of the world together to work for peace and development, based on the principles of justice, human dignity and the well-being of all people.
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    • About the U.N.
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Federal Hall
A bronze statue of George Washington welcomes visitors to historic Federal Hall on Wall Street. It is located on the site of Washington's swearing in to the United States presidency in 1789. It is one of the best examples of classical architecture surviving in the city. Today, it holds an interactive exhibition relating to the United States Constitution and a copy of the Bill of Rights is also on display.
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    • Federal Hall Official Site
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The Intrepid Museum
The Intrepid Museum features a range of interactive exhibits and events providing a snapshot of heroism, education, and excitement.

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Battery Park
Battery Park is a 25-acre (10 hectare) public park located at the Battery, the southern tip ofManhattan Island in New York City, facing New York Harbor. The Battery is named for artillery batteriesthat were positioned there in the city's early years in order to protect the settlement behind them.

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The C21 Experience
For over 50 years, Century 21 has made high fashion affordable and attainable every day. We want our customers to not only look great, but also feel fantastic knowing they got the best deal they possibly could. We’re all about keeping the fashion conscious on the cutting edge with up to 65% off top designers. 100% of the time. At Century 21, you can afford to look great anytime.
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Churches, Synagogues, and Temples
New York City is home many famous houses of worship. See below for more information on some of the most well-known.
      • 1.This New York City landmark was has a rich history, including playing a role in the Underground Railroad and hiding runaway slaves in the Synagogue's attic.

      • 1. Consider taking a Guided Tour of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine - the largest church in the United States (and some argue, the world) - to fully appreciate its beauty.

      • 1.The historic Eldridge Street Synagogue was the first great house of worship built in America by East European Jews. The best way to experience the Eldridge Synagogue's beauty is on a guided tour.

      • 1.Built in 1694, The Friends Meeting House in Flushing is the oldest house of worship in New York City. The Meeting House has a rich history, including serving as an underground railroad for slaves traveling to freedom.

      • 1.Probably New York City's most well-known church, St. Patrick's Cathedral is the largest decorated gothic-style Catholic Cathedral in the United States and the seat of the Archbishop of New York.

      • 1.Located directly across from the World Trade Center site, St. Paul's Chapel has a long history since its completion in 1766.  Amazingly, on 9/11 it sustained virtually no damage and was an important location during the rescue and recovery efforts at Ground Zero.