What is Most Famous in New York?

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World Trade Center
One World Trade Center is a New York City skyscraper. It's also called One WTC and is 1,776 feet tall.

National 9/11 Memorial
The National 9/11 Memorial honours those died in the 9/11 attacks. The twin reflecting ponds were designed to symbolise the World Trade Center.

Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Metropolitan Institution of Art is a massive museum, part of a trio that houses one of the most important art collections in the US, spanning five millennia.

Chinatown
Lower Manhattan's Chinatown is south of Broome Street. Exploring New York's crowded streets is one of the easiest things to do. You'll feel like you're on another continent.

Fifth Avenue

Fifth Avenue in Manhattan is a posh retail boulevard. Since 1928, the Bergdorf Goodman store has attracted celebrities.

Central Park

 It has approximately 20 playgrounds, constructed lakes and ponds, as well as large walking routes.

Time Square

Times Square in Midtown Manhattan is a prominent New York attraction. You'll see street performers and museums.

Empire State

Both of the New York Building's observatories provide panoramic views of NYC and beyond. There's a reason it's featured in so many movies and TV shows.

Statue of Liberty

Statue of Liberty is the first item tourists see in nyc. This memorial gives views of New York, New Jersey, ny Harbor, and Ellis Island.

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