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There is no city in the world as economically powerful, as ethically diverse, as sung about, talked about, written about, phototgraphed, filmed, eulogized, mythologized, loved and loathed - or simply as famous - as New York.
Statue of LibertyUndoubtedly one of the most iconic landmarks in the world. A gift from the French in 1886 for the centennial of the America's independence, this magnificent monument is widely recognised as the symbol of New York and its amazing freedom.
Times SquareThe bustling entertainment centre of New York City, dubbed the 'Crossroads of the World'. Home to the famous Broadway theatres and MTV Studios, it was named the world's most visited tourist attraction in 2011 by Travel + Leisure magazine.
Grand Central TerminalThe bustling entertainment centre of New York City, dubbed the 'Crossroads of the World'. Home to the famous Broadway theatres and MTV Studios, it was named the world's most visited tourist attraction in 2011 by Travel + Leisure magazine.
Central ParkThe famous, mighty rectangle of green in the heart of New York. The most recent addition to the park is Strawberry Fields, laid out as a tribute to John Lennon and overlooked by the Dakota Building where he lived and was fatally shot.
Empire State BuildingOnce the world's tallest building, the Empire State is New York's best known skyscraper. Built in the gloom of the Depression before the Wall Street Crash, the magnificent limestone and steel structure rises 442m with truly spectacular views over the city.
Fifth AvenueThe prestigious, glitzy shopping avenue in the heart of upscale New York. home to enormous department stores and one of the world's largest toy shops. But it's not just a shopping street - here you'll find 'Museum Mile' and St. Patrick's Cathedral.