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  • 1. New york The Big Apple - Come Take a Bite
  • 2. The Big Apple a poem
    • Awesome by day
    • and dazzling by night.
    • I’m called the Big Apple:
    • Come take a bite.
    • See Liberty with her torch held high.
    • Towering buildings that scrape the sky.
    • Yellow cabs, sirens that scream.
    • Cops in blue, roads that steam.
    • Broadway, subway, highway, JFK.
    • I never sleep, I’m open all day.
    • Cents and bucks, money talk.
    • Walk, don’t walk. I am NEW YORK.
  • 3. The parts of New York City
    • Manhattan
    • Brooklyn
    • Queens
    • The Bronx
    • The Staten Island
  • 4. Times Square and Broadway
    • ” the heart of New York”
    • an open place at the crossing of 42nd Street
    • and Broadway
    • Broadway is one of the longest ( 241 km) and most famous streets in the world
    • The mecca of the theater world
  • 5. The Empire State Building
    • the highest skyscraper in Manhattan and
    • the 7th highest in the world ( 381 m)
    • was built in 1931
    • 102 storeys (floors)
    • two observation decks
  • 6. Central Park
    • New York’s green lungs
    • 340 hectares
    • it has artificial lakes, baseball fields,
    • tennis courts,
    • ice-skating rinks, restaurants,
    • the Central Park Zoo etc. etc.
  • 7. The Guggenheim Museum
    • A famous museum for modern and
    • contemporary art
    • the building itself is a work of art
  • 8. The Statue of Liberty
    • A symbol of hope and freedom for the millions of immigrants
    • was given to Americans by France in 1886
    • 93 m and 354 steps to the crown
  • 9. Ellis Island
    • A former immigration center where 17 million people had their papers and health checked in
    • 1892-1954
    • now an immigration museum
  • 10. The United Nations Building
    • The headquarters of the United Nations
    • located on the banks of the East River
    • 181 flags in front
  • 11. Wall Street is the center of business world
    • the Brooklyn Brigde
  • 12. Did you know that
    • the streets in Manhattan are numbered
    • Avenues run North-South, starting with 1st Avenue on the East Side to 12th
    • Streets run East-West, starting with 1st Street in Greenwich Village to 220th
  • 13. Chrysler building
    • China town
    • in Manhattan