NYC

the city that never sleeps

In my life I can say I have traveled a lot and America is one of the most fascinating places I have ever visited. And of course the first story could not be based on New York City, the city that never sleeps

The central park in my opinion is the most romantic place in NYC, and this park is known for its famous zoo where it became the "Madagascar Penguins" comedy.

The Flatiron Building, was one of the tallest buildings in New York since 1902. This palace is a meeting point for New Yorkers as well as being a point of interest for tourists.

The Empire State Building is an art deco skyscraper. Each year it is a tourist destination of over three million visitors flocking to the panoramic terrace.

The Statue of Liberty, inaugurated in 1886, is a symbol of NYC and America, and is one of the most important and known monuments in the world.

The Rockefeller Center is a group of 19 buildings, overlooking Fifth Avenue within walking distance of Central Park, and is famous for its Christmas tree during Christmas.

The High Line is a New York park built on a disused section of the overhead railroad called West Side Line, part of the largest NYC Railroad.

Times Square is one of the major crossroads in the NYC area of ​​Manhattan at the intersection between Broadway and Seventh Avenue.

The Grand Central Terminal station is a train station in Midtown Manhattan. It is the world's largest railway station by number of docks 44.

The One World Trade Center, also known as Freedom Tower, is the fifth tallest skyscraper in the world. It is the main New World Trade Center in New York.

The New York Botanical Garden is the first botanical gardens in the USA, located in the Bronx neighborhood of NYC. It contains more than 48 gardens.

And you could not miss a photo of New York City night view.

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