New-York University

The largest private college in the United States is also the second largest landowner in the city, behind the Catholic Church. Washington Square is its most iconic and historic landmark. Among its 14 faculties, New York University includes the prestigious Tisch School of the Arts, with former pupils of the likes of Woody Allen, Joel Coen, Martin Scorsese, Jim Jarmusch and Ang Lee. The university also boasts no less than 23 Nobel and 12 Pulitzer prize winners.

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Washington Square Washington Square
Washington Square
Washington Square is often felt to be
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Washington Arch
Washington Arch
Built in the late-19C by Stanford White,
Greenwich Village Greenwich Village
Greenwich Village
West of Broadway, Greenwich Village is
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Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum
Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum
Founded in 1897, the Cooper-Hewitt
Soho Soho
Soho
The site of the first free black
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East Village East Village
East Village
Defined by Houston and 14th Streets,
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Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum
Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum
Founded in 1897, the Cooper-Hewitt
Rubin Museum of Art Rubin Museum of Art
Rubin Museum of Art
Entirely devoted to art in the Himalayas
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Lower East Side Tenement Museum
Lower East Side Tenement Museum
The tour of this tenement building built
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Washington Square Washington Square
Washington Square
Washington Square is often felt to be
0:15
Washington Arch
Washington Arch
Built in the late-19C by Stanford White,
Greenwich Village Greenwich Village
Greenwich Village
West of Broadway, Greenwich Village is
1:30
See all