Wednesday, September 1, 2010

New York City, New York

The Flatiron Building
The Flatiron Building at the junction of Broadway and Fifth Avenue at 23rd Street, was the first great steel structure reaching the height of 300 feet.  While others have risen to double the geight and more, the Flatiron Building will always be one of the prominent landmarks of New York City.  The Flatiron Building is part of New York's attractive night scene.

The Times Building
The Times Building, located at the intersection of Broadway, Seventh Avenue and 42nd Street, which location is popularly known as Times Square.  With the general movement and building activity up-town, Times Square might well be termed tha actual centre of New york to-day.  Broadway and 42nd Street is undoubtedly the busiest spot in New York City.  The Times Building is the home of the New York Times, New York City's most popular morning paper.

Woolworth Building and Post Office, New York City.
New York may justly be proud of its skyscrapers, especially the Woolworth Building, for no other city in the world can boast of more modern achievements.  Besides being the tallest building in the world, it is situated in the heart of the business section, close to the old post office.  Approximately one million people pass to and fro each day.

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