For over a century and a half New York has been the centre of many dreams and has been attracting newcomers from all over the world aspiring to a better life . This trend is still alive and well, and the city has experienced, for a couple of years now, one of its highest immigration peaks in history. Becoming imbued with the legend of New York is almost a palpable experience. You should stroll and ...
The city's Chinatown is one of the most densely populated in the world. It's origins lie in Pell and Doyers Streets.
Tourists marvel at the lights of the city's most famous square
Mott Street is one of the quarter's main thoroughfares and is full of specialist shops and restaurants
The best way to see the city from this perspective is by taking a helicopter tour
You can cross the bridge over to Brooklyn starting at City Hall in Manhattan, others choose to run or cycle
One of many churches in Harlem, where the largely black community gather for prayer
Traditionally, 'midtown' includes everything between 14th Street and 59th Street and is the tourist hub of New York.
The iconic yellow cabs of New York are a quick, cost-effective way of getting round the city
Behind the highly recognisable New York traffic lights, the equally iconic fire escape stairs on many New York apartment blocks in Downtown Manhattan
One of the most famous streets in the world, Wall Street is perhaps the world's most important financial district
The New York Stock Exchange is the world's most important and the building is a National Landmark Monument
Perhaps the most famous square in the world, Times Square is the beating heart of touristic Manhattan
A view of the Empire State Building on Fifth and 34th. This was once the tallest building in the world
On Lexington Avenue, this Art Deco skyscraper was also once the world's tallest building and served as the Chrysler Corporation's headquarters for over 20 years
The Empire State Building rises high above its neighbours as seen from across the Hudson River
This train station has the most number of platforms of any station in the world at 44. Here we see the Mercury Statue and Grand Central clock
An aerial shot of the skyscrapers of Midtown with the Chrysler Building in the centre and Queens the other side of the East River
Arguably the most famous park in the world, Central Park is to be enjoyed all year round and is totally free.
The reservoir at the far end of the Park is named after the President Kennedy's former wife
This residential cooperative islocated between 90th and 91st Streets and looks onto the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir
Opened in 1950, the rink is open every year from October to March
The Park has a total of 26 fields like this which are used for baseball and softball between April and September
Wherever you are in the Park, look up and around and you'll see something impressive
Uptown refers to the borough north of 59th Street, which includes the Upper East Side, the Upper West Side, Central Park and Harlem.
The famous district of Harlem is situated in Uptown
Uptown refers to the northern district of 59th Street, which includes the Upper East Side, the Upper West Side, Central Park and Harlem.
This spot is a tribute to John Lennon
The brownstones are a series of identical houses made of red sandstone. They add a touch of upper middle class to Harlem.
Located north-east of Manhattan, between Central Park and the Hudson River, this borough has some of the classiest buildings on the island.
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