Grand Central Terminal

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This railway station, unveiled in 1913, only handles regional traffic these days. Its layout was revolutionary at the time, with its transversal passageways to the platforms, granting access from either the subway or the street. Take the time to admire its imposing Beaux-Arts façade and don't miss the main concourse's painted and lighted ceiling, depicting the constellations.

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Corner of Park Ave. South & 42nd St., 10017 New York

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New-York Public Library
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New-York Public Library
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This Beaux-Arts masterpiece (1911) by
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The Morgan Library and Museum
The Morgan Library and Museum
This highly regarded institution houses
2:00
St. Patrick's Cathedral St. Patrick's Cathedral
St. Patrick's Cathedral
Despite 330ft spires and a nave of
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42nd Street
42nd Street
[This vibrant, frenetic thoroughfare is
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Madison Avenue Madison Avenue
Madison Avenue
This chic avenue cuts the block between
0:30
Chrysler Building Chrysler Building
Chrysler Building
Automobile tycoon, Walter P. Chrysler
1:00
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