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Around the New York Streets. P.5.

Gian Luka • 3 minutes read • October 12th, 2015
We continued our tour through the streets of 

New York City

. I will not write a lot, so let's just take a look at the streets of 

New York


The city was beautiful during the day, at night, and at dusk. I really liked the interwoven architectural styles. Sorry for the quality of some photos, when I was there, I never thought I'd be blogging. So I used an old camera. 

I really liked the multi-leveled buildings.

Office 'jungle'.

They were kind of sad, if I can say such a thing about the buildings.

I also really liked the fact that Manhattan is surrounded by water. There were interesting views from all sides.

Different ships were moored along the quay, including 'older' ones.

Bridges are a separate fetish of this city... I really liked it. I have never seen so many beautiful bridges.

Some sections of the promenade were occupied by the highway..

We were kindly driven by a limo.

Near the cable car to Roosevelt Island.

New York is not only full of skyscrapers, but also industries...

Interesting solution for a gas station.

Former building of the Bank of Manhattan, recently sold for $15 million. We were already in Queens.

The building was constructed in 1927 and for some time, it housed the Bank of Manhattan. It was the tallest building in Queens until 1987.

Interchange and parking. This is not the part of 

New York

that we wanted to see.
A little bit of Queens.

Wild metro constructions. There wasn't even a hint of new technologies.

We continued further.
Author: Gian Luka
Translated by: Gian Luka

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