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Manhattan, New York • Instagram photos and videos

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'V for Vendetta', United States, New York, New York City, West Village, Skyline View by WanderingtheWorld (www.LostManProject.com), via Flickr

'V for Vendetta', United States, New York, New York City, West Village, Skyline View by WanderingtheWorld (www.LostManProject.com), via Flickr

Rain ushered in 1938, but that didn’t deter thousands of people from filling Times Square, New York. This view looks south across West Forty-Fourth street with the old New York Times building in the background.

From the 1930s to present: New Year's Eve in New York's Times Square

Rain ushered in 1938, but that didn’t deter thousands of people from filling Times Square, New York. This view looks south across West Forty-Fourth street with the old New York Times building in the background.

Grand Central Terminal in New York City IS technically the largest station in the world (by number of platforms), believe it or not. I'm not sure if it's the "busiest" though.

Grand Central Terminal in New York City IS technically the largest station in the world (by number of platforms), believe it or not. I'm not sure if it's the "busiest" though.

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Alexander Richter (@alexanderrichter) • Instagram photos and videos

Alexander Richter (@alexanderrichter) • Instagram photos and videos

Photograph by George Steinmetz #geosteinmetz / #newyorkairbook  When he was little, my son Nicky used to call it the “Entire State Building”, after I told him that it was once the tallest building in the entire state. Nicky has grown up now, and the city is going through a building boom of its own. Although the big E's altitude record has been broken a several times, the observation decks still have spectacular views.

Photograph by George Steinmetz #geosteinmetz / #newyorkairbook When he was little, my son Nicky used to call it the “Entire State Building”, after I told him that it was once the tallest building in the entire state. Nicky has grown up now, and the city is going through a building boom of its own. Although the big E's altitude record has been broken a several times, the observation decks still have spectacular views.

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