- On the Waterfront: The docks of the Hudson and East Rivers have seen the arrival of industry and immigrants, marking the beginning of a new life for millions of people. The bridges that connect Manhattan to Brooklyn and Queens are emblematic of the five boroughs' consolidation in 1898 into what we know now as New York City.
- Avenues and Streets: Fifth Avenue evokes style and society, while power and money are the hallmarks of Wall Street. Sidewalks, storefronts, and public spaces reflect the vibrant character of the city's hundreds of distinct neighborhoods.
- In the Park: Artists have long found inspiration in the abundance of life found within the city's parks. Whether picnicking in the grass or people-watching on a bench, the modern day flâneur can enjoy nature's wonders away from the hustle and bustle of crowded urban streets.
- On the Town: Teeming with culture and entertainment, New York is a place where there's always something happening no matter what the hour. The kinetic energy of gallery openings, concerts, and restaurants are the pulse of the "city that never sleeps."
- Tall Buildings: A view of the top of the Empire State Building above a sea of clouds is the unofficial "welcome" to the city for air travelers. New York's inimitable skyline, which was considered daring in the early twentieth century, made way for today's aesthetic and environmental progress in architecture.
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