Ellis Island

It is through this island that, until 1954, 12 million immigrants passed through, before embarking on the conquest of this New World.Before them, 7 million people had landed, upon their

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St. Patrick’s Cathedral

Among the shops and storefronts on 5th Avenue, the biggest attraction in New York City is St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Between 50th and 51st Streets and next to the Rockefeller Center

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Grand Central Terminal

Opened in 1913, Grand Central Terminal is the world’s largest railway station with 44 platforms serving several regions on the East Coast. Why visit a station? It’s not even fair

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Times Square

40 million people visit Times Square every year. Times Square is not a square at all. In fact, it is composed of two triangles formed by Broadway crossing 7th Avenue

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The Frick Collection

The Frick Collection is housed in the former residence of Henry Clay Frick (1849-1919), designed by Thomas Hastings and built in 1913-14. After Frick’s death in 1931, modifications and additions

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