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  • 7. Start Central Park Times Square 42nd Street Empire State Brooklyn Bridge Statue of Liberty Map
  • 8. Central Park is an urban park, located in Manhattan, New York City. Today, at 840 acres and in the centre of the city, Central Park is the most visited park within the United States of America. The park is surrounded by the city, which can be seen from inside the park. The park was first created in 1857 and now has around 37.5 million visitors every year. The park is open all year around to the public. There are many attractions and activities available within the park for the residents of the city, as well as tourists. Many of these activities include: boating, swimming, ice- skating (on Wollman Rink and Lasker Rink), rock climbing and many other sports, such as cycling, jogging and roller- skating. Central Park also holds it’s own public theatre (which opens in summer, free of charge) zoo and aquarium, which are all popular with visitors. Images Video Start Central Park Times Square 42nd Street Empire State Brooklyn Bridge Statue of Liberty Map
  • 9. Times Square is a major commercial intersection. It is a neighbour which is located within Manhattan, at the junction of Broadway and Seventh Avenue. Times square is often called the “Crossroads of the World" or “Centre of the Universe”. Times Square consists of the bright lights of the Broadway Theatre district, one of the busiest pedestrian intersections of the world, as well as hundreds of billboard advertisements and shops. Times Square is now considered to be the most visited tourist attraction of the world, bring over 39 million visitors every year. It is estimated that 330,000 people pass through and visit Times Square daily. Many of these people include workers of the local area or tourists from all around the world. On New Year’s Eve, thousands of people gather to see the “New Year’s Eve ball drop” in Times Square, signifying and celebrating the New Year. Images Start Central Park Times Square 42nd Street Empire State Brooklyn Bridge Statue of Liberty Map
  • 10. 42nd Street is a major crosstown street, located in Manhattan, New York City. The street is an intersection with Broadway and Time Square, two other major streets in New York City. 42nd Street is known as the theatre district of New York City, as well as the red-light district at times. The street is home to many of New York's best and most iconic buildings, such as, the Grand Central Terminal, Times Square, United Nations, the Port Authority Bus Terminal and the Chrysler Building. On 42nd street, there are hundreds of spectacular shows preformed every year, which draw in many visitors from across the world. Images Start Central Park Times Square 42nd Street Empire State Brooklyn Bridge Statue of Liberty Map
  • 11. The Empire State Building is a 103 story building, located in mid Manhattan, New York City. The building was built in 1929 and now stands at approximately 1,454 ft. (443.2 metres) high (including the antenna). The Empire State Building is the location of many broadcasting stations. For 40 years, from 1931 to 1970, the Empire State Building was the tallest building in the world. Nevertheless, it is now the 23rd tallest building in the world and the 4th tallest building in the United States of America. Every year, around 110 million visitors pay to visit the observation deck of the Empire State Building. The observation decks, located on the 86th and 102nd floors, provide visitors with spectacular 360 degree views of the city. Images Start Central Park Times Square 42nd Street Empire State Brooklyn Bridge Statue of Liberty Map
  • 12. Brooklyn Bridge is one of the oldest suspension bridges within the United States. It is located in New York and connects the borough of Manhattan and Brooklyn over the East River. The bridge was the first steel-wired suspension bridges and stretches over the river at a length of 1,595.5 feet (486.3 metres). There is a pathway and bike path for pedestrians across the top of the bridge, while vehicles are able to cross the bridge below. There are spectacular views from across the bridge of the East River, Brooklyn and Manhattan. Images Start Central Park Times Square 42nd Street Empire State Brooklyn Bridge Statue of Liberty Map
  • 13. The Statue of liberty is an iconic sculptor, located on Liberty island, New York. The statue is a gift from the people of France and represents Libertas, the Roman Goddess of Freedom. Due to this, the statue symbolises freedom (a welcoming signal to immigrants arriving from abroad). At 151 feet and 1 inch high, the statue gains a visitation of 3.2 million people every year. Liberty Island and the statue are free to visit. Nevertheless, victors must may for a ferry ticket to visit the island. When visiting the statue, visitors can buy a special ticket (must be booked a year in advance), allowing them to ascend inside the statue. Start Central Park Times Square 42nd Street Empire State Brooklyn Bridge Statue of Liberty Map Images
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