New Orleans is renowned for its steel balconies which dangle above the city streets. Royal St. is perhaps most famous for this design. Visitors frequently travel to Royal St. to peruse rare antique wares that are truly one of a kind.
"The Visitor" by Deih - Fanzara, Spain - September, 2014 (LP) Deih is a renowned street artist who started in 1993. He travels all over Spain to paint his graffiti, and his current project is an introspective series to illustrate his personal truth. His bold, colorful Sci-fi-reminiscent style has earned him much recognition.
The Chelsea Hotel: The infamous Chelsea Hotel in New York City is one of the area's spookiest landmarks. Built in 1884, the hotel has been home to many notable writers, musicians and artists over the years. Even though many of its most famous occupants have since died, visitors claim to have spotted the apparitions of Dylan Thomas, Eugene O'Neil and Thomas Wolfe.
The Strip District embodied "place" the most in my opinion because it was full of life and had something for everyone. It absorbs Pittsburgh's style and culture in just a few streets and is easily memorable for every one of its visitors. Not only that, but it is populated with a decent amount of people at all times, proving its value for those who inhabit the city or even those just visiting.