East Village

East Village is an area that is surrounded by 14th street to the north, the East River to the East, Houston Street to the south street and the Bowery and the 3rd Ave to the west. The East Village represents a dynamic and multicultural neighborhood in the city of New York. Has been home to many immigrant populations by creating an area that includes diverse cultures Ukrainian, Polish, Irish,...



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Astor Place

From Germany and with no money arrives in the nineteenth century a man who spends from poverty to extreme wealth because it is coming to be the name more rich of the United States, John Jacob Astor, who marketed the beaver fur, therefore it is not surprising that the emblems of the decoration of the Metro station Astor Place are the beavers. The station is quite clean as rule of the New York...



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Merchants House Museum

Schedule:      Thursday 12 pm to 8 pm, 6:30 pm Guided tours

                        Friday - Monday 12 pm to 5pm, tours 2 pm

 

The Merchants House Museum is a house with Greek Revival architecture converted into a museum. Built in 1832 close to Washington Square, it was inhabited for 100 years by a...



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Public Theater

This is an average Price; it changes according to each event. Public Theater is an organization founded as the Shakespeare Workshop in 1954 with the intention to make the works of the playwrights and artists, is located in the 425 Lafayette Street in the former Astor Library in the East Village section of Manhattan. In addition to the five theaters - the Shiva, the Martinson, the LuEsther Hall,...



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St Marks Church In-The Bowery

St Marks Church In-The Bowery It is the oldest site of worship in New York and the second oldest church in Manhattan, is not only a church but a beautiful collection of buildings together with its cemetery, the first stone for the construction was placed in April 1795. The church is very old but young in appearance. The banks were removed to allow dancers, poets and artists to express...



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The Cooper Union

The Cooper Union Cooper Union is the name by which it is commonly known, the Cooper Union for the advancement of science and art, located in New York. The Cooper Union is considered one of the most prestigious universities in the United States, with its three schools always located in the most senior posts in the rankings of the country, is divided into three faculties or schools: School of...



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Alamo Sculpture

Sculpture Alamo Located in the small triangle of traffic to the south of the historic Underground entrance of Astor Place and just to the north of Cooper Union, this steel sculpture takes the form of a cube of black color, 2.4 meters long on each side, mounted on a corner, the hub is made with a type of steel that has a chemical composition that makes your oxidation has some particular feature...



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St Marks Place

St Marks Place is only three blocks long, but amazingly there are 63 places to eat, some of which are almost invisible, constitute a very important tourist destination of the city to the public less than 40 years, those adventurous enough to go out of Times Square and the Statue of Liberty, the atmosphere changes block by block, just to the east of Third Avenue is a shock of crazy tourists and...



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