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    New York: A City In Pictures

    New York, The Big Apple, The City That Never Sleeps. These are only some of the nicknames of the one of the most exciting, sophisticated and diverse cities in the world. Here are some unmissable stops in any NYC visit!

    An offer from the French, this is possibly the most famous lady in the world and has become a major symbol of New York. If you visit the statue on Liberty Island, you might also want to take a trip to nearby Ellis Island and visit the immigration museum.

    Another major landmark, the Empire State Building screams New York. Located at the intersection of the Fifth Avenue and the West 34th Street, it's 102 stories high and for 40 years it was the tallest building in the world.

    Known as 'The Crossroads of the World', Times Square is one of the busiest, most famous squares in the world. Broadway, Seventh Avenue, the West 42nd Street and the West 47th Street all meet in this quintessential American intersection.

    Home Alone 2, Angels in America, The Muppets Take Manhattan and When Harry Met Sally are only some of the many movies that heavily feature Central Park. The Park is the most visited urban park in the US, receiving around thirty-five million visitors every year.

    The most capitalist street in the world, Wall Street is much more than a simple financial centre; it is packed-full of architectural gems, which include not only the New York Stock Exchange, the Federal Hall or the Bankers Trust Company Building.

    And white you're in the area, why not pick up a car hire in New York and drive to Philadelphia, a city full of historical significance and interesting landmarks. With a car hire in the US, you're free to choose your itinerary and time it to your needs!

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