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The Statue of Liberty

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The Statue of Liberty completed a hundred years on October 28, 1886. The statue was gifted to the people of the United States by the citizens of France. This was done in order to recognize the friendship that was established during the times of the American Revolution. However, during the course of years the symbolism associated with the Statue of Liberty has increased. It has come to mean a symbol of freedom and democracy. Continue reading “The Statue of Liberty” »

New York Central Park

Central Park New York

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To live around Central Park New York is the dream of many Americans. If you ask an American friend why they would tell you that it to breath fresh air is their topmost priority in life after the hustle and bustle of a busy life. The Central Park is one of the poshest location just in the heart of Manhattan. This urban Park attracts about twenty five million visitors  on a yearly basis.The park opened in 1857 starting with a 770 acres of city owned land. The Park as it is situated in a strategic location is flanked by the West 110th Street on the North and the South of the park runs parallel to the West 59TH street.The posh locality of 5th avenue lies on the East of the park.This public Greenpace was designated as a National historic landmark. Take a look at the many fountains, tennis courts,base ball fields and play grounds. The Central Park zoo is another feather in the cap of the park. Continue reading “Central Park New York” »

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Empire State Building

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Well you must have seen King Kong climbing up Empire State Building in a  bid to save himself from the onlookers. Yes this huge structure is almost synonymous with New York sky crappers. Only it is much taller than a skycrapper as well. Symbolically speaking it is the towering dream of the Americans to reach for the sky and conquer it. When it was built in the 1930’s it was something from another planet for the citizens as New York has never seen such a massive structure on the face of the world before. It was easily addressed as the 8th wonder. Located on 5th Avenue it has 73 elevators and stands tall at 381 meter (1250 ft). Initially much of the space of the building was occupied by the famous Waldorf-Astoria Hotel which had a whooping 1050 rooms. Presently it is the third tallest building in America. Continue reading “Empire State Building” »