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Manhattan BridgeNew York, NY • February 15, 2012

You're on a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark!

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Ed Koch Queensboro BridgeQueens, NY • August 8, 2013

Originally named the Blackwell’s Island Bridge, the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge opened to traffic in 1909 and is the longest of the East River Bridges.

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Columbus CircleNew York, NY • January 14, 2013

Did you know that Columbus Circle is the point from which all official distances from New York City are measured?

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Central ParkNew York, NY • March 25, 2013

Did you know? To create that feeling of being in the countryside, and not in the middle of a city, the four Transverse Roads were sunken down eight feet below the park’s surface.

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Williamsburg BridgeNew York, NY • February 15, 2012

The Williamsburg Bridge was the first bridge with all-steel towers. The 310-foot steel towers support four cables, each measuring 18 inches in diameter and weighing 4,344 tons!

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City of New York’s Lists

15 places including Chinatown, Central Park South, Battery Park, Riverside Park - 91st Street Garden
48 places including NYC Public Wifi Hotspot (Payphone Kiosk), Herbert Von King Park, Clove Lakes Park, NYC Public Wifi Hotspot (Payphone Kiosk)
83 places including The Green Table - Inside Chelsea Market, North End Grill, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Chipotle Mexican Grill
40 places including Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre, Cort Theatre, The Walter Kerr Theatre, Eugene O'Neill Theatre

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5 places including Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, Smorgasburg Williamsburg, New York Public Library, Citi Field
122 places including Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket, Port Authority Green Market, Morningside Park Farmers Market, Seeds in the Middle Farmers' Market
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