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When people think of New York City, they think big.  Big buildings, big places, big dreams.  Landmarks like The Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, The Chrysler Building, The Brooklyn Bridge.  These are the iconic structures that people travel from all over the world to see today and, like my great-grandparents a hundred years ago, packed ships to cross the ocean to get a glance at the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor and taste the freedom that she represents to this day.  These marvels of construction are just one more reason why New York is New York.

 

Rockefeller Center

Rockefeller Center, NYC, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
Chrysler Building
Chrysler Building, NYC, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
Brooklyn Bridge
Brooklyn Bridge, NYC, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
Atlas Statue with St. Patrick's Cathedral
Atlas Statue with St. Patrick’s Cathedral, NYC, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
New York Skyline
New York Skyline, NYC, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
Grand Central Station
Grand Central Station, Park Ave, NYC, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
Vintage Empire State Building
Empire State Building, NYC, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
Statue of Liberty
Statue of Liberty, New York Harbor, NYC, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013