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Transcript of New York
The Statue of Liberty
It was inaugurated on October 28, 1886
Located at the entrance of the Port of New York
Symbol of the centennial of the signing of the Declaration of Independence
It was opened in 1857
It's located in the center of Manhattan
It's a world famous park
The junction of Broadway and Seventh Avenue and stretching from West 42nd to West 47th Streets.
It is very famous for its theaters that exhibit blockbuster musicals.
Empire State Building
It was opened in 1931.
It's a skyscraper of 102 floors.
Located at the intersection of 5th Avenue and West 34th Street.
The terrace is very visited by having a privileged view of New York
Metropolitan Museum of Art
It was opened in 1820
Located at 5th Avenue and 84th Street.
One of the largest and most important museums of the world.
5.2 million visitors
Built by the Rockefeller family. Was opened in 1939.
It is currently one of the main tourist attractions of New York.
A complex of 19 commercial buildings occupying an area of 22 acres (89 000 m²).
It's located between 48th and 51st streets, center of Midtown Manhattan.
In winter, the main square of the complex is decorated with a large Christmas tree and a big ice skating rink.
The "Atlas" is a bronze statue at Rockefeller Center perfectly positioned in the direction of St. Patrick's Cathedral was designed by Lee Lawrie and Rene Paul Chambellan inaugurated in 1937.
On 2012 happened a dance on 5th Avenue.
Was a flash mob in tribute to the history, diversity, and vibrancy of the greatest city on Earth, New York.