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Trinity Church

One of New York City's most historic churches and cemeteries

mapMarkerGrey 75 Broadway, New York, NY 1000...

The Statue of Liberty

The world famous monument that was gifted to the U.S. from France

mapMarkerGrey Statue of Liberty National Mon...

The Bloody Angle

Infamous site where rival gangs ambushed one another

mapMarkerGrey Doyers Street, New York, NY, U...

1920 Wall Street Bombing

Site where Italian anarchists detonated 100 pounds of dynamite, killing 38 people and injuring hundreds

mapMarkerGrey 23 Wall Street, New York, NY, ...

Fraunces Tavern

One of New York City's oldest surviving buildings that also played an important part in the American Revolution

mapMarkerGrey Fraunces Tavern, Pearl Street,...

Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument

Ancient Greek style monument to the soldiers and sailors who served in the Civil War

mapMarkerGrey Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Mon...

St. Mark’s Church in-the-Bowerie

New York’s oldest site of continuous religious practice and also the city’s second oldest chapel

mapMarkerGrey St. Mark's Church in-the-Bower...

Hearst Tower

Unfinished 1928 building by William Randolph Hearst that was added onto 80 years later

mapMarkerGrey Hearst Tower, West 57th Street...

Castle Clinton

1811 fort that became promenade, beer garden, exhibition hall, opera house, theater the U.S.’s first immigration station

mapMarkerGrey Castle Clinton, Battery Park, ...

Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire

Site of the tragic 1911 fire that claimed the lives of 146 mostly young female workers

mapMarkerGrey Triangle Shirtwaist Factory, W...