85 Things to do in New York
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The Hispanic Society of America Museum
Society of America was founded in 1904 by Archer M. Huntington (1870-1955)
as a free public museum and reference library dedicated to the culture
of the Iberian Peninsula and Latin America. The collection spans
from the Bronze Age through the present century. The Hispanic Society
of America museum exhibits exquisite Spanish, Portuguese and Latin
American art including paintings by El Greco, Velazquez and Goya.
The library houses thousands of manuscripts and over 250,000 research
Enjoy the excellent
photography, ancient artifacts some of which date back to Roman
times. The museum also includes modern artwork produced by Jewish
artists from across the globe. The museum building itself is an
attractive building designed to resemble a French Gothic chateau.
exhibits showcasing African-American art, literature, and achievement,
the Schomburg Center also hosts music and poetry readings by local
84 Union Square
Park (also known as Union Square) is noted for its impressive statues
including George Washington and Mahatma Gandhi.
The south side
by One Union Square was once voted New York's Ugliest Building and
features the steamy Metronome wall sculpture and digital clock.
Check it out.
85 Tour St.
Marks Place and Times Square
Alliance offers free walkies through St. Marks Place, and the Times
Square. Uncover the history, gossip and the local view and views.
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