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Apr 16, 2017




  • New York is a city of motion and minarets -- so big and swirling you can only take it in one bite at a time. Show by [email protected]

  • The subway's the way to goTraveling by subway is one of the best ways to get around the city. The New York subway system is celebrating its 100th anniversary this [email protected]

  • New York: Gateway to ChicagoOne of the most popular areas to catch a Broadway show is on West 44th Street in New York's Theater [email protected]

  • Carnegie HallThe celebrated venue opened in 1891, with Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky conducting the inaugural [email protected]

  • One Hundred TimesPedestrians and cars pass through Times Square, which celebrated its 100th anniversary last [email protected]

  • The sea in the cityThe re-sculpted and repainted 94-foot-long blue whale model hangs over the exhibit space at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. [email protected]

  • J.Lo's Tussaud trousseauPhilbert Williams, left, Danielle Bouyer, center, and Monique Gabriel scrutinize the wax figure of Jennifer Lopez, newly outfitted in a wedding dress at Madame Tussaud'[email protected]

  • Land of the free enterpriseThe area around the New York Stock Exchange is one of the busiest sections of [email protected]

  • Fast food in ChinatownPeople shop for food in [email protected]

  • A spry septuagenarianThe Chrysler Building (seen from the roof of the Met Life building), turned 75 in [email protected]

  • Windows on a changed worldA woman looks out from the World Financial Center at Ground [email protected]

  • The view from the squareThe Empire State Building rises in the distance behind the arch in Washington Square Park. The arch, completed in 1895, reopened two years ago after a three-year, $2.7-million [email protected]

  • In an Empire state of mindVisitors take photographs from the observation deck of the Empire State Building, with lower Manhattan in the [email protected]

  • St. Patrick's CathedralLocated just across the street from Rockefeller Center, the cathedral is the seat of the Roman Catholic archdiocese of New [email protected]

  • Never mind the PollacksA visitor takes in works by Jackson Pollock at the Museum of Modern Art, which recently relocated to [email protected]

  • Olmstead's green oasis

    Central Park, designed by Frederick Law Olmstead, makes up 6 percent of Manhattan's total [email protected]

  • Parking space Park includes walking tracks, ice-skating rinks, and numerous grassy [email protected]

  • Carnival by the shoreA couple walks along the Coney Island boardwalk, opened in 1923. Coney Island entertainment parks, an aquarium, a public beach, a boardwalk, fishing, and Nathan's [email protected]

  • What's up, dog?Nathan's restaurant in Coney Island is world famous for its hot dogs and hosts an annual July 4th hot-dog-eating [email protected]

  • The view from JerseyLooking out from Bayonne, N.J.: A tugboat passes by the Statue of Liberty with the New York skyline in the [email protected]

  • She still carries a torch for youTourists photograph the Statue of Liberty as they arrive by ferry from [email protected]

  • Welcome to AmericaIn the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Ellis Island was the main point of entry for European [email protected]

  • The house of Ruth has many mansionsNew York Yankees fans cheer from the upper reaches of Yankee Stadium, which opened in [email protected]

  • From the summit of the RockA view of the Empire State Building awaits visitors who head to the Top of the Rock observation deck in the GE Building in New York's Rockefeller [email protected]