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Times Square

09/23/11
Times Square is perhaps the most famous intersection in the world. At Broadway and Seventh Avenue, it stretches from West 42nd to West 47th ... tags: andfamous_intersectionshistoric_sitesLeisureLifeNew_Year's_EveTimes_Square

Bowery & St. Mark's Church

07/29/11
St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery, also known as St.-Marks-In-The-Bowery, is located at 10th and Stuyvesant Streets and 2nd Avenue in the ... tags: andBoweryhistoric_sitesLeisureLifeSt_Marks_Churchtravel_videos

The Municipal Bldg

09/07/11
The Municipal Building at Chambers and Centre streets is one of the largest government buildings in the world. More than 28,000 New Yorkers ... tags: andhistoric_sitesLeisureLifeMunicipal_BuildingNew_York_architectureNew_York_history

Arlington National Cemetery

07/30/11
Arlington National Cemetery is a military cemetery established during the American Civil War on the grounds of Arlington House. tags: andArlington_National_CemeteryCustis_LeeGeorge_CustisGeorge_Hadfieldhistoric_sitesLeisure

Free Quaker Meeting House

07/30/11
This restored Quaker meeting house contains two original benches and an original window. The balcony was built when the meeting house was ... tags: andFighting_QuakersFree_Quakershistoric_sitesLeisureLifeMeeting_House

First Bank of the United States and the Philadelphia Exchange

07/30/11
The First Bank of the United States was chartered by Congress in 1791. The bank was created to handle the financial needs and requirements ... tags: Alexander_Hamiltonandhistoric_sitesLeisureLifePhiladelphia_historyTravel_videos

Christ Church or Old North Church

07/30/11
Dating to 1744, Christ Church is considered one of the nation's most beautiful surviving 18th-century structures, a handsome example of ... tags: andChrist_Churchhistoric_sitesLeisureLifePhiladelphia_architecturePhiladelpia_history

City Tavern

07/30/11
The City Tavern was the favorite meeting place of many of the Founding Fathers. It was built in 1773. Today, it reconstructs life in the ... tags: andCity_tavernFounding_Fathershistoric_sitesLeisureLifePhiladelphia_history

Congress Hall

07/30/11
Congress met in Congress Hall when Philadelphia was the capital of the United States from 1790-1800. Congress Hall has been restored to the ... tags: andBill_of_RightsCongress_HallGeorge_Washingtonhistoric_sitesJohn_AdamsLeisure

Fireman's Hall Museum

07/30/11
The goal of Fireman's Hall, one of the nation's premier fire museums, is to preserve the ongoing history of Philadelphia firefighting. tags: andFireman's_Hallhistoric_sitesLeisureLifemuseumsPhiladelphia_fire_fighting

Carpenters Hall

07/30/11
Carpenters' Hall is a four-story brick building that played a significant role in the early U.S. history. The Carpenters' Company has owned ... tags: andCarpenters_Hallhistoric_sitesLeisureLifePhiladelphia_architecturePhiladelphia_parks

Arch Street Friends Meeting House

07/30/11
Arch Street Friends Meeting House is the oldest meeting house of the Religious Society of Friends Quakers still in use in the United States ... tags: andElizabeth_Drinkerhistoric_sitesLeisureLifeLucretia_MottOwen_Biddle