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A Bridge to the Big Apple: The Brooklyn Bridge is one of the oldest suspension bridges in U.S. that was built in 1883 with a length expanding up to 1,597 ft. The bridge was constructed in order to span the East River between the boroughs of Brooklyn and the Manhattan. It was the first traffic route between Manhattan and Brooklyn and the first long-span suspension bridge to carry motor vehicles.

A Bridge to the Big Apple: The Brooklyn Bridge is one of the oldest suspension bridges in U.S. that was built in 1883 with a length expanding up to 1,597 ft. The bridge was constructed in order to span the East River between the boroughs of Brooklyn and the Manhattan. It was the first traffic route between Manhattan and Brooklyn and the first long-span suspension bridge to carry motor vehicles.

A Bridge to the Big Apple: The Brooklyn Bridge is one of the oldest suspension bridges in U.S. that was built in 1883 with a length expanding up to 1,597 ft. The bridge was constructed in order to span the East River between the boroughs of Brooklyn and the Manhattan. It was the first traffic route between Manhattan and Brooklyn and the first long-span suspension bridge to carry motor vehicles.

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Rowing your Boat. Despite the cold weather in autumn, the harsh weather would not be able to prevent any New Yorkers from enjoying their day in Central Park. Many people rent a boat to row across the lake of the park and others relax by observing the scene of nature in the middle of the city.

Busy Day in the City. Businessmen and women in the city hurriedly start to go back to their relaxing homes in their boroughs outside of Manhattan after a tiring day of work. Unfortunately, the crowded city’s traffic delays them from their relaxing homes.

Symbol of the Apple. Located at an intersection point of 34th Street and Fifth Avenue, The Empire State Building stands 102 floors or 1,454 feet from the ground. The building is mostly filled with spaces for rent for businesses. It is also used as a tourist attraction, and it offers views from the 86th and 102nd floors.

 

A Day That You Will Never Forget. To show her child the glamor of the city, the child’s mother takes him to Times Square to show him what the city is like. There, the child meets a man in colorful clothes with a small bicycle.

The Flatiron Building. Located at 23rd Street and Fifth Avenue, the Flatiron Building stands on a triangular block facing Madison Square Garden. One of the tallest buildings in the city when it was completed in 1902, the building got its name, “Flatiron,” for its resemblance to an iron for clothing, once called ‘a flat iron.’

A Bridge to the Big Apple. The Brooklyn Bridge is one of the oldest suspension bridges in U.S. that was built in 1883 with a length expanding up to 1,597 ft. The bridge was constructed in order to span the East River between the boroughs of Brooklyn and the Manhattan. It was the first traffic route between Manhattan and Brooklyn and the first long-span suspension bridge to carry motor vehicles.

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