Brooklyn Bridge connects Manhattan with Brooklyn.
Bryant Park is quiet park behind the New York Public Library
Central Park is a large green space in the heart of Manhattan
Chrysler Building is a National Historic Landmark.
Ellis Island and Ellis Island Immigration Museum
|Empire State Building|
Empire State Building is one of the most popular landmarks in New York
Fifth Avenue is the main shopping area in New York.
Flatiron Building in New York City has unique triangular shape.
|Grand Central Terminal|
Grand Central Station is the largest railway station in the world.
Guggenheim Museum was designed by the famous Frank Lloyd Wright.
Heartland brewery in New York City.
Lincoln Center - the performing arts in New York
|Metropolitan Museum of Art|
Metropolitan Museum of Art also known as the MET
Municipal Building is a majestic building in lower Manhattan.
|New York Public Library|
New York Public Library is a large marble building in Beaux-Arts style.
Rockefeller Center is a complex of 18 buildings in Midtown Manhattan
SoHo is a neighborhood in lower Manhattan.
|South Street Seaport|
South Street Seaport is a historic landmark located on the East River
|Statue of Liberty|
Statue of Liberty on Liberty Island, New York
The Dakota is one of the most famous apartment buildings in Manhattan.
Times Square is the best known square in NYC.
Trinity Church is listed on the National Register of Historic Places
|United Nations Headquarters|
United Nations headquarters In New York City.
Wall Street and New York Stock Exchange
|World Trade Center site|
World Trade Center site