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      The Cooper UnionSeptember 18, 2009
      Academic Building
      • New York, United States

      This is the newest addition to Cooper Union, the art and design school. I think it looks like a souped-by Jawa Sandcrawler (Star Wars anyone?) Check out the concrete supports on the 3rd Ave side. La

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      New York City Marble CemeterySeptember 18, 2009
      Cemetery
      • New York, United States

      The 2nd oldest cemetery in NYC (anyone know the first?). Open every Sunday for tours. Apparently there's another Marble Cemetery (not related!) around the corner (2nd Ave btw 2nd & 3rd Streets = extr

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      Conflux - Houston & 1st AveSeptember 18, 2009
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      • New York, United States

      Look up at the NW corner at Houston & 1st and you'll see another Cape Cod style house on the roof of one of those buildings. I love these. ps: Look high in the sky towards the East. The brightest

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      Astor PlaceSeptember 18, 2009
      Plaza
      • New York, United States

      How much do you know about The Cube? That it's actually named "Alamo"? That is was created by Tony Rosenthal? In 1967? Whatever, smarty pants - did you know you can spin it? Try it out! Next stop

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      Conflux 2009 HQSeptember 18, 2009
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      • New York, United States

      Ready to get your walking tour on? First stop: Head over to the SE corner of 2nd Ave and 10th Street and check-into "Yiddish Walk of Fame" ps: if you get lost or the internet breaks, let's meet a

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