The New York Fire Museum is a small but fine museum in Soho dedicated to the history of the New York Fire Department. We recently visited it and here we show you what awaits you!
The AP news agency has put a million minutes of historical footage online. Included are the dramatic images of a US bomber hitting the Empire State Building in 1945.
The first skyscraper, which crashed the 50-floating boundary and broke up some other records, was the Woolworth Building in New York. In 1913 it was opened with 80,000 light bulbs.
The firefighters in New York are arguably the only people nearly every resident likes. Long before their heroic mission on September 11, 2001, in which 343 of them lost their lives in the fire of the World Trade Center, the New Yorkers gave them the flattering name “New York’s Bravest”.
Like everywhere else in the world, Covid also meant that many shops in New York had to close. It is particularly sad when companies with a long tradition going under. Here are five companies that were New York veterans and, unfortunately, ended their existence.
Street Art is an art form that is associated with New York like no other city. But if you want to see underground trains full of graffiti, you are a little late – they have hardly existed since the 1990s. Street art that is unsolicited on house walls, passageways, or shop bars is also in short supply.
Live cameras in New York cover the most curious and interesting places in the city, such as Times Square, Liberty Island, the Empire State Building, and many other attractions.
In the nearly two decades since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, architects from around the world have worked hard to rebuild what previous times destroyed. Instead of recreating what once existed, many creative minds have chosen to come up with new designs. It shows respect for the earlier structures and especially those who lost their lives in the 9/11 attacks.
When you think of Lower Manhattan, you think of Wall Street, of power, countless banks, and impressive skyscrapers. This guide shows you what Lower Manhattan has to offer, why this part of the city is of particular historical importance, and why many residents have a very personal connection to this district.
The Big Apple, like the forbidden fruit, attracts millions of travelers to…
In this article, we would like to tell you about the most significant architectural buildings in New York.