The most populous city in the country and one of the most populous in the world, it is home to the headquarters of the United Nations and an important center of international diplomacy. It has been described as the cultural, financial and media capital of the world, exerting a great impact on trade, tourism, research and politics among others. In addition to being one of the largest natural harbors in the world, it is also ranked as the most photographed city. The type of building most associated with the city is the skyscraper, it has 883, one of the highest concentrations in the world. It is divided into five neighborhoods or boroughs: Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and State Island.Among the many places of interest, these are the essential ones on a visit to what is known as the "Big Apple":- Statue of Liberty: It is located on the island of Liberty to the south of the island of Manhattan next to the mouth of the Hudson River. It was a gift from the French people to the American people in 1886 to commemorate the centennial of the United States Declaration of Independence and as a sign of friendship between the two nations. Inaugurated on October 28, 1886, since 1984 it has been considered a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It was nominated for the new seven wonders of the modern world, where it was a finalist.- Times Square: It is the most touristic place in the city where its advertising signs and neon lights.- Fifth Avenue: The most famous and commercial street that crosses the city from north to south, where are the most luxurious shops, the Plaza Hotel, Trump Tower, St. Patrick's Cathedral and Rockefeller Center.- Central Park: Located in Manhattan, with 3.41 square kilometers, it is the most visited park in the United States with some 25 million tourists a year and famous for appearing in numerous movies, series and television programs. - Wall Street: Located in lower Manhattan, it is home to the New York Stock Exchange and the NASDAQ, which represent the first and second largest stock exchanges in the world. - Chrysler Building: Art Deco in style, it has 77 floors and is 319 meters high, it was the tallest building in the world for 11 months, until it surpassed it the Empire State Building in 1931. It is still the tallest brick building in the world, although its structure is made of steel. Many contemporary architects consider it one of the best buildings in New York. It was the headquarters of the Chrysler company from 1930 until the mid-fifties, although this company is not the owner. - Empire State Building: Located at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and West 34th Street. It was the tallest building in the world from its completion in 1931 until 1971, the year construction of the North Tower of the World Trade Center was completed. Currently, it is one of the most emblematic and iconic skyscrapers in the world due to its history and its remarkable height in the last century. Including the antenna, its height is 442.9 meters.- Broadway: One of the most famous streets in the city, it is known for being the heart of the American theater industry.- Brooklyn Bridge: It connects the neighborhoods of Manhattan and Brooklyn. It was built between 1870 and 1883, and at the time of its inauguration it was the largest suspension bridge in the world with a length of 1,825 meters and a span between pillars of 486.3 meters. It was also the first suspended by steel cables.- Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET): Located in Manhattan, it opened its doors on February 1872. It is one of the most outstanding art museums in the world, with more than 2 million works of art from all over the world.- Museum of Modern Art (MOMA ): Located in Manhattan, it opened its doors on November 7, 1929. It is a private, non-profit entity and in 2021 it was the 15th most visited museum in the world. It houses a considerable number of artistic pieces of great value, some of which are masterpieces by great artists.- Madison Square Garden: Mythical stadium with 5 floors and capacity for more than 20,000 people where the New York Knicks of the NBA and the New York Rangers of ice hockey play. Just to see the show that takes place at the beginning and in the dead times is already worth buying a ticket. Also, with a bit of luck you can always catch a famous actor or singer watching the game in the main stands.- Grand Central Terminal: The city's main train station, with one of the most beautiful halls in the world, has been the setting for several very famous Hollywood movies. One of its most representative elements is the clock located in the central part.

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