New York- The City That Never Sleeps

Article published on March 13, 2012
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Article published on March 13, 2012
Author: Vasko Talevski

New York City, also known as the Big Apple, is one of the major metropolises of the world. In addition, it is a tourist’s dream destination with a number of must see places that are simply breathtaking. The Big Apple astonishes people with an abundance of sightseeing tours and shopping places, and it also features a well-known transportation system, an amazing cuisine, as well as an incredible nightlife and district theatre.

One of the most popular places to visit in New York are the Empire State Building, the Rockefeller Center, Times Square, the American Museum of National History, Little Italy, Chinatown, along with New York’s trademark, the Statue of Liberty, and Ellis Island among many others. The Empire State Building and the Rockefeller Center are one of New York’s tallest skyscrapers whose observatories offer spectacular views over the entire city. Furthermore, Times Square is one of the most popular squares in the world. It is surrounded by remarkable massive buildings, captivating commercials, and swanky architecture that make you feel like you are in a high-tech fairy world. The American Museum of National History serves as a window onto the world and the universe that takes you on an unforgettable journey of discovery. Moreover, it is one of the best family attractions in New York and offers great educational lessons with its fascinating exhibitions. Little Italy and Chinatown are unique places situated in Lower Manhattan that make you feel as if you are really in Italy and China. Furthermore, these two neighbourhoods are very popular among tourists because of their history, culture, and traditions. The Statue of Liberty is New York’s greatest symbol. This feat of engineering so widely portrayed in movies is located on Liberty Island, drawing limitless numbers of tourists each and every year. In visiting this engineering marvel, you also get the chance to explore the famous Ellis Island, where many people have passed through with the same hope: to become Americans.

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