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New York - "the greatest city known to mankind"

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Brooklyn Bridge
Brooklyn Bridge
Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges
Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Williamsburg Bridges
Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Williamsburg Bridges
Ellis Island. Registry Room
Empire State Building at night
Grand Central Terminal facade with pediment
Grand Central Terminal facade
Grand Central - Hercules, Mercury, Minerva, & the Tiffany clock
Grand Central - Hercules, Mercury, Minerva, & the Tiffany clock
Grand Central Terminal pediment & Met Life Building
Grand Central Terminal pediment & Chrysler Building
Grand Central Terminal. Main Concourse
Grand Central Terminal. Main Concourse
Grand Central Terminal & Chrysler Building at night
Grand Central & the Park Ave. viaduct
Grand Central & the Park Ave. viaduct
Grand Central & the MetLife Bldg. (formerly Pan Am) from Park Ave.
Grand Central - Hercules, Mercury, Minerva, & the Tiffany clock
Grand Central & the Park Ave. viaduct
Chrysler Building
Chrysler Building from 42nd St.
Chrysler Building
Chrysler Building
Chrysler Building
Chrysler Building
Chrysler Building
Statue of Liberty 1
General Post Office from SE
Statue of Liberty 2
Metropolitan Museum of Art. Main lobby
Central Park. Bethesda Fountain. General View
Central Park. Bethesda Fountain. Angel of the Waters
Central Park. Bethesda Fountain. Angel of the Waters
Central Park. Bethesda Fountain
Central Park. Bethesda Fountain
New York Public Library. Reading Room
New York Public Library at night
St. Patrick's Cathedral at Easter
Rose Center for Earth and Space (including the Hayden Planetarium)
Rose Center for Earth and Space (including the Hayden Planetarium)
Rose Center for Earth and Space (including the Hayden Planetarium)
Rose Center for Earth and Space (including the Hayden Planetarium)
Rose Center for Earth and Space (including the Hayden Planetarium)
Rose Center for Earth and Space (including the Hayden Planetarium)
Rose Center for Earth and Space (including the Hayden Planetarium)
Rose Center for Earth and Space (including the Hayden Planetarium)
Rose Center for Earth and Space (including the Hayden Planetarium)
Times Square at night, looking south
Times Square at night, looking north
Times Square at night, looking north
Times Square at night, looking north


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