Sixth part of my photo-story about New York City.
Views of Manhattan from Queens.
Times Square at night.
Bronze statue of composer, playwright, producer and actor George M. Cohan, Duffy Square.
Maya Markova and Yulia, Grand Central Terminal.
The Paramount Theatre was a noted 3,664 seat movie palace, opened in 1926, and it was a premiere showcase theatre and New York headquarters of Paramount Pictures.
Grand Central Terminal.
Piece of art on Lexington avenue.
Inside St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
Inflatable rats, or union rats, are commonly used in the United States by protesting or striking trade unions against their employers or against nonunion contractors, serving as a sign of opposition and to call public attention to companies employing nonunion labor.
Sherman Monument is an outdoor sculpture of William Tecumseh Sherman, located at Grand Army Plaza in Manhattan (cast in 1902 and dedicated in 1903).
The Plaza Hotel.
The Headquarters of the United Nations is a complex in New York City, served as the official headquarter since its completion in 1952.