Known as the Statue of Liberty, actually says, “Liberty Enlightening the World” is one of the most famous landmarks in New York, the United States and around the world. It was inaugurated on 28 October 1886 in the presence of the U.S. president at the time, Grover Cleveland.
The Statue of Liberty is a high female figure with a torch in one hand and a tablet in the other. The tablet has a date on it, JULY IV MDCCLXXVI, representing the day of U.S. independence from England. Has leg irons and are seven points on the crown of the statue, symbolizing the seven continents and seven seas.
The Empire State Building is the most famous and beloved New York. It was opened on May 1, 1931 by President Hoover, who turned on the lights of the building from Washington. For 40 years held the title of tallest building in the world, losing after the construction of the missing Twin Towers of the World Trade Center.
The Brooklyn Bridge is a bridge across the East River, is a symbol of the city of New York which also marked a milestone in the use for the first time in this type of construction steel and be over 20 years the longest suspension bridge in the world.
The Brooklyn Bridge is one of the most photographed bridges in the world. Since its construction has appeared in hundreds of TV shows and movies.
Opened in February 1913 and amended in 1998, Grand Central Terminal is one of the architectural jewels of New York. It is a place that has managed to survive keeping his style for nearly a century.
While more than 100,000 people use this station daily, this number is decimated by the number of tourists who come to shop at their stores, eat in their restaurants or simply take pictures of the building.
The most striking part of the season is undoubtedly the hall, Vanderbilt Hall is a waiting area of over 1,100 square meters. The amazing thing about the room, besides its size, is its ceilings and decoration.