New York City Guide
Columbus Circle is located at the intersection between Central Park south and West, Broadway and 8th Ave, in the Midtwonneighborhood. It has been named after Christophe Colomb who is,according to history the man who discovered America.It is from this famous roundabout that all distances in NYC are measured and calculated. Frederick Law Olmsted thought of this circle as the entrance of Central Park, which was meant to be one of the biggest park in the world.Columbus Circle was designed by William Eno.
The circle may seem like a regular roundabout for many people but it is in reality a popular landscape of NYC. It has many features that justify its touristic attraction.
The Central Park ZooWhoever saw the movie Madagascar already has an idea of how this zoo is. It is a small 6.5 acre zoo in the heart of New York City. It is pretty special to see a polar bear on your one hand and a skyscraper on your other hand. The Central Park Zoo has many different species of animals. Penguins, polar bears, monkeys, parrots, Red Panda’s, and many more can all be seen in Central Park. This park is located near the southeast corner of Central Park.
NY is a wonderful city to go to with many things to do, but they also brought some nature into the metropolitan area. There are many park in NYC and the most famous of all is of course, Central Park. Located in the heart of the city, the park is Central Park is bordered on the north by West 110th Street, on the south by West 59th Street, on the west by Eighth Avenue. It opened on 770 acres (3.1 km2) of city-owned land and was expanded to 843 acres (3.41 km2) in 1873. Since 1963, it has been recognized as a National Historic Landmark. It is a place where people come to relax, meditate, hang out with friends as it was created for back in the days.
The Rockefeller Center is a complex in the heart of Manhattan covering a range of 19 commercial buildings over 22 acres. Its location is between 48th and 51st streets. The most famous of these 19 builidngs and the most visited is the GE building or 30 Rockefeller Place (30 Rock) as it is more commonly known.