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  • 1. UNITED STATES
  • 2. LOCALITATION NEW YORK V T R I O E S A I L T I S C E
  • 3. 1. Times Square It is the heart of neon in the city and the center of the theater district. There are a large number of restaurants, businesses, street artists, and obviously, Broadway theaters. 2. Statue of liberty Symbol more representative of New York--as well as that of the United States. Tourist barges depart from Bowling Green, Castle Clinton...
  • 4. 3. Central Park The Park has vast areas covered by grass, squares, a mini zoo, a track of skating, a carousel, an outdoor theater, trails for running, biking, skating, horseback riding, and numerous fountains and sculptures 4. Bridge Brooklyn It is the favorite New York bridge and was the first bridge of steel worldwide suspension. You can cross it walking in about 30 minutes. The view is amazing.
  • 5. 5. Structure Empire State You can see a great view of New York from the observation post on the top floor. 6. Cathedral St. Patrick's It is the largest of the United States Catholic Cathedral decorated with Gothic style.
  • 6. BEFORE AND AFTER 7. World Trade Center The twin towers were the buildings more high in New York, and the second most high in the world. On September 11, 2001, a group of terrorists hijacked two airliners, crashing them, knocking down them and destroying also 5 buildings that belonged to the same complex. The twin towers were the buildings more high in New York, and the second most high in the world. On September 11, 2001, a group of terrorists hijacked two airliners, crashing them, knocking down them and destroying also 5 buildings that belonged to the same complex. Around 2,900 people lost their lives
  • 7. 8. Chinatown Walk on the Canal Street to the Bowery Avenue and enjoy the aromas of the fish and fruit and vegetable market. 9. Little Italy Close to Chinatown, Little Italy extension has been limited to Mulberry Street but however maintains its charm with its fabulous restaurants and the Italian feeling in the air.
  • 8. 10. Lincoln Center It is the world's largest Center for the arts. The three main buildings are grouped around the central water source and are: the theatre of New York State, New York Ballet and Opera New York facilities. 11. Park Washington Square This Park is frequented by students at the University of New York, musicians Street, skaters, clowns, comic, chess players, heated chairs who are watching what is happening around. In the northern sector of the square you will see a bow in memory to Washington.
  • 9. 12. Government House of the city (City Hall) House of Government of the city of New York. The current mayor is Michael Bloomberg. 13. United Nations United Nations, symbol of the World Conservation union.

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