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New York Times Square

Times SquareTimes Square in New York City is the most visited tourist attraction within the confines of the city. Located in the borough of Manhattan at the intersection of Broadway and Seventh Avenue, the lengthy square stretches two blocks by thirteen blocks.

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Empire State Building

Empire State BuildingTo many the Empire State Building is one of the most renowned tourist attractions within New York City, and is high atop the list of many New York sightseers. In previous decades, the skyscrapers relevance in pop culture was sky-high, as it was included in many different pieces of literature and films.

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New York Central Park

Central ParkNew York City’s Central Park may be the most popular public park in the entire world. It is located in the middle of the Manhattan borough in New York, and receives upwards of 25 million visitors each and every year. The locations relevance in pop culture is still felt, as the location has been seen in many different movies including, famously, “Home Alone.”

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New York Rockefeller Center

rockefellercenter2Rockefeller Center, which is also known as Rockefeller Plaza, is a complex that consists of 19 different buildings that cover over 22 acres of land. The buildings stretch three blocks of New York City and were built by the wealthy Rockefeller family. Rockefeller Center is located in the borough of Manhattan, near Midtown.

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New York Brooklyn Bridge

Brooklyn BridgeThe Brooklyn Bridge is one of the most popular sightseeing attractions within New York City. It was first constructed in 1883, making it nearly the longest standing suspension bridge in the US. The Brooklyn Bridge allows commuters to cross the East River, and is well over 1,500 feet in length. For over twenty years it stood as the longest suspension bridge ever constructed before its title was eclipsed in 1903.

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Top of the Rock

Top of the RockThe “Top of the Rock” refers to the observation deck that sits on top of the GE Building, located in Rockefeller Center. Located in the heart of midtown Manhattan, the location is one of the most sought after sightseeing locations in New York City.

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South Street Seaport

South Street SeaportThe South Street Seaport is a New York location of great cultural significance. It is located in the Manhattan borough of New York City, and neighbors the popular financial district. The South Street Seaport is home to some of the oldest architecture in the city, and is also home to some of the oldest buildings in the city.

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Chrysler Building

Chrysler Building When visiting New York City, no matter where you travel, you are bound to pass several historical landmarks. The city is a most beautiful place when viewed through the right lens. One can literally see a standing timeline in the life of New York City by observing the different buildings as well as their features.

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Staten Island Ferry

Staten Island FerryThe Staten Island Ferry is the most popular ferry service offered in New York City. The service runs between Manhattan and Staten Island. The ferry leaves from the tip of Manhattan, and also departs from St. George Ferry Terminal. The ferry runs 365 days per year, all day long, giving commuters a reliable way to get across the city.

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