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Small pic but a lot of detail in there.

Two days in Manhattan

Want to visit New York City but short on time? Well here's an article about how to see the best of Manhattan in only two days, highlighting top spots such as Top of the Rock, Battery Park, Brooklyn Bridge and other less-known spots as well.

Tenement Museum

Tenement Museum - this museum, located in an actual tenement, is dedicated to interpreting and preserving the history of the immigrant experience on New York City's Lower East Side.

Statue of Liberty, NY by MagicMurals #photography

Every year hundreds of tourists flock to New York City to take in the sights and the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island are two major must-see destina

The slumdogs of New York: The remarkable images opening a window into the squalor, poverty and deprivation endured by immigrant families in an unrecognisable 19th century New York

Shades of the Wild West: In an astonishingly atmospheric image taken in 1887, a group of men loiter in an alley known as 'Bandit's Roost' off Mulberry Street, New York. Photo: Jacob Riis

Monday, Laundry Day, New York City

1930s court of tenement house on 72nd Street.

14 Non-Touristy Things Everybody Should Do In NYC

Approach NYC's history from a new angle at the Tenement Museum.

5th Avenue and 59th Street, New York, 1897