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Let's discover New York
Transcript of Let's discover New York
Garibaldi and Meucci lived here.
The statue of Liberty is on Liberty Island, in the harbor of NY. It was a gift from France in 1886, to celebrate the independence of the USA.
The torch means Enlightment, the seven ornaments of the crown represent the 7 continents, the book in its arm is the Declaration of Independence. It's 46 m high.
On Ellis Island Museum you can visit the place where the immigrants coming to America by ship had to stop to be examined.
There is a register you can read with all their surnames and nationalities. This is the Great Registry Room.
In the heart of new York, it has an observation deck on the 102nd floor and exhibits on some floors.
Art Dèco, built in the 1930 for the Crysler Company, it has 77 floors.
Open from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m., it has a zoo, lakes and boats, an ice-rink, carousels, and there is a living memorial for John Lennon called "Strawberry Fields"
The Brooklyn Bridge is a hybrid cable-stayed/suspension bridge in New York City and is one of the oldest bridges in the United States. Completed in 1883, it's on the East River, it connects the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn.
It's in lower Manhattan near Chinatown. The first Italian immigrants lived here, now it's changed. Some street have Italian restaurants, another part has become Chinese.