History & Culture in New York City

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Alice in Wonderland Statue

In 1959, Central Park received the statue that includes Alice, the Cheshire Cat, Mad Hatter, and White Rabbit from Lewis Carroll’s ...

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Rockefeller Center

Rockefeller Center complex comprises 19 commercial buildings and covers over 22 acres. Built by the Rockefeller family, the Center is ...

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Cherry Hill

Cherry Hill is a popular Central Park destination overlooking a serene Lake where boaters enjoy the water. The 14-foot Cherry Hill Fountain ...

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Belvedere Castle

The 152-year-old miniature castle, designed by architects Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, features exhibit rooms and the Henry ...

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Brooklyn Bridge

The Brooklyn Bridge, one of the city’s most recognizable and legendary symbols, connects two great NYC boroughs, Manhattan and ...

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Chrysler Building

The Chrysler Building, designed by architect William Van Alen, resides in the Turtle Bay neighborhood on the East Side of Manhattan ...

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DUMBO

The charming Brooklyn neighborhood, known as DUMBO, stretches from the Brooklyn Bridge to the Manhattan Bridge. The waterfront area is ...

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Strawberry Fields

Strawberry Fields was officially dedicated on October 9, 1985, on the 45th anniversary of Lennon’s birth. Lennon was a peace activist ...

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Times Square

This Big Apple famous destination is Midtown Manhattan’s central entertainment hub and commercial intersection. At the convergence ...

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Wall Street

New York City’s Wall Street in lower Manhattan is an eight-block-long boulevard and headquarters of the world’s largest U.S. ...

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