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New York

When a non-American thinks of the United States, they first think of the majestic Statue of Liberty, the towering skyscrapers, and a glittering skyline – all of them from New York. Through the centuries the United States of America have beckoned millions through the promise of the American Dream – a promise in which life would be better and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunity for each according to ability or achievement. That dream was fulfilled in New York.

They say that the world marches to the beat of New York and New York marches to its own beat. New York or as it is popularly known – “The Big Apple” is a vibrant and iconic city located in the northeastern United States. Not many know that it was briefly the capital of the United States from 178-1785. Though it has transformed several times over the centuries, today New York is a global hub for finance, commerce, culture, and tourism.

New York City is a melting pot of cultures, offering a rich tapestry of art, theater, music, and cuisine. With its dynamic energy, cultural landmarks, and economic significance, New York stands as one of the world’s most iconic and influential cities.

Beyond the city, the state of New York is characterized by diverse landscapes and is home to natural wonders such as Niagara Falls, scenic beauty of the Adirondack Mountains and the picturesque Finger Lakes region. It is home to  historical sites like the Statue of Liberty, and prestigious academic institutions like Columbia University.

Times Square in New York is a crucial intersection, tourist destination, and entertainment hub neighborhood in Midtown Manhattan. With its large sea of people, bright lights, honking horns, and various street performers it gives you a glimpse into the city that never sleeps.

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Enter the land of opportunity, in which the resplendent Statue of Liberty towers aloft with pride as a symbol of freedom and liberty. If you plan on taking a trip to New York, do not fail to pay homage to this landmark of liberty. Let us now embark on a journey that in the wonders Round Lady Liberty!

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No matter where you look in the noisy streets of New York, the Empire State Building looms up with a grace that is its hallmark. The building is more than a fine example of architecture; it epitomizes toughness, expectations, and a nutshell of the American dream. Are you ready now to go traveling through clouds and begin sojourning at this giant tower full of stories?

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Follow us on our Central Park travel blog as we take you into the heart of New York City. In this urban oasis, an unforgettable adventure unfolds before your eyes as we reveal hidden gems, iconic landmarks, and scenic spots.

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There it is, Niagara Falls, which nestles in the border area between New York State and Ontario, Canada, as quietly testifying to how magnificent nature can be. Its majestic beauty and mighty torrential waters have captured the hearts of visitors since time immemorial. The Niagara Falls includes three waterfalls,

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It is one of New York’s most popular tourist attractions and attracts up to 7.35 million visitors every year. The Metropolitan Museum of Art has something to offer for everyone from – Egyptian vases to Roman statues there is something nearly for everyone. It is largely referred to as the Met and has more than 2 million pieces of art that span over 5,000 years.

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Located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, The Museum of Modern Art is also referred to as MoMA. It welcomes approximately 2 and a half million visitors every year. The Museum of Modern Art has a reputation for displaying the finest collection of modern and contemporary art.

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The Broadway & Theatre District in New York is world-renowned for its legendary theatres and brilliant performances taking place on the stage. If you’re planning a trip to New York City, you should consider making it a Broadway trip, especially if you’re visiting for the first time.

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The High Line is an elevated unbending park, greenway, and rail trail on the west side of Manhattan in New York City. It is 1.45 miles long and was created on a former New York Central Railroad. If you take a walk along New York’s High Line, it will have you falling for it big time. On its route, it has imaginative plants, reflective spaces, 

The High Line

The Brooklyn Bridge plays a vital role in New York’s transport system as it connects Manhattan with the Brooklyn borough. This in turn allows thousands of people to go from one side of the bay to the other side every day either by metro, foot, bike, or car. Other than its functionality, it is one of the topmost tourist attractions in New York,

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The Bronx Zoo is a zoo inside Bronx Park in Bronx, New York. The Bronx Zoo is one of the largest zoos in the United States by area and has over 2.15 million visitors each year. It is home to 843 animals in 22 exhibits. Since its establishment in 1899, animal conservation has been an important part of the zoo.

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Grand Central Terminal, also referred to as the Grand Central Station, is the terminal located at 42nd Street and Park Avenue in Midtown Manhattan. It opened in 1913 to rave reviews calling it the greatest station in the United States. Even after more than 100 years now, it remains an architectural icon and one of the most visited landmarks in the world. 

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The Guggenheim Museum in New York City is one of the most well-known and influential museums of modern art anywhere in the world today. It is located on Fifth Avenue and was designed by the iconic Frank Lloyd Wright. It features works by Picasso, Kandinsky, Pollock, and many more and has distinguished shapes that allow you to interact with its rich and diverse collection

Guggenheim Museum

If you are visiting New York City for the first time and want an area that you could spend the whole day in, Rockefeller Center is the way to go. Over here you can find plenty of great attractions nearby without having to walk too much. It covers 22 acres between 48th Street and 51st Street and is a complex of 19 commercial buildings. 

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St. Patrick’s is a Catholic Cathedral located in the neighborhood of Midtown Manhattan in New York City. It is one of the popular landmarks in New York City and dates to the 19th century. It has hosted many important religious and cultural events over the years and is also the seat of the Archbishop in New York. It is a place where you can worship,

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The Chinatown and Little Italy district is situated in downtown New York City. They were formed in the mid-19th to early 20th century which was a dynamic period in America’s history as waves of immigrants came to New York from all around the world seeking new opportunities.

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