Do You Know That? USA – On The New York Street
While of course you know that even the oldest of New York landmarks, which are usually churches, such as neo-Gothic cathedral of St. Patrick on the 50th Street and Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, the largest Catholic cathedral in North America, from the perspective of a very young European. But a good guide will easily lead you from Carnegie Hall, the Chrysler Building and Empire State Building, New York's most famous skyscrapers, the Natural History Museum (Museum of Natural History), the Guggenheim Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Metropolitan Museum of Art), on the eastern edge of Central Park , near the Guggenheim, but on the other side of the Museum of Modern Art (Museum of Modern Art), and where ever you want. If you are a college, maybe you want to look at the campus of Columbia University (Columbia University) to see their U.S. counterparts - in addition to them there, you will see lots of squirrels...
All this can be found in the guide, but there is one. Advice, you to walk simply on the streets of New York. Only then, soaked up the atmosphere of the Big Apple and became for a while ordinary New Yorker who goes to work an hour crowded subway, street hot dogs and lunch hopes to return home before him in the dark alleys of the big city nut underhanded elements.
Start the journey at Times Square, the crossroads between Broadway and Seventh Avenue, and head should be down to Battery Park and Chinatown or Little Italy. Do nothing, just go and watch more than interpretations of the people. On their faces, dress, gait, bags to carry. On how to get out of the taxi rank at the bottom or lose at the entrances to the subway. Maybe you will not believe me, but if you dick deep into the mind five or six people in this multicultural city, it's for your knowledge of New York just as important as any visit to the museum. I think maybe more.
In the next part we will visit the Harlem Negro, or one of the most famous musicals on Broadway neon lights shine.
Text: Jan Chaloupka
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