Greenwich Village

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West of Broadway, Greenwich Village is genuinely worthy of its reputation as the historic capital of New York's bohemian beatnik community. A country village in the 19C, Greenwich's narrow, winding streets are still steeped in small-town charm. It is at its best in springtime, when the white blossom of its ornamental plum trees carpets the front stoops, when the tables of the bars and cafés spill over onto the sidewalks and when the bright sunshine catches Washington Square.

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-, 10014 New York

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Washington Arch
Washington Arch
Built in the late-19C by Stanford White,
Washington Square Washington Square
Washington Square
Washington Square is often felt to be
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New-York University
New-York University
The largest private college in the
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Rubin Museum of Art Rubin Museum of Art
Rubin Museum of Art
Entirely devoted to art in the Himalayas
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Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum
Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum
Founded in 1897, the Cooper-Hewitt
Flatiron Building Flatiron Building
Flatiron Building
Viewed from the north side which faces
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Washington Arch
Washington Arch
Built in the late-19C by Stanford White,
Washington Square Washington Square
Washington Square
Washington Square is often felt to be
0:15
New-York University
New-York University
The largest private college in the
0:15
See all