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Marc Joseph Salon

Marc Joseph Salon

Updated Dec 6, 2017

by Sasha Dimitrijevic

For a city as busy and hectic as New York time is a privilege and stress is an essential component of the day! Along with coffee on the run and subway delays it is many times difficult to find a comfy place to enjoy and have some time for yourself.

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Museums In NYC

Museums In NYC

Updated Dec 6, 2017

It would be hard to find a more diverse collection of museums anywhere in the world other than New York City. Many of the museums found here are the world’s most famous and frequently visited.

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Museum Mile

Museum Mile

Updated Dec 6, 2017

Museum Mile is home to one of the most dense collections of cultural displays and art exhibitions in the world. Running for just over a mile up Fifth Avenue from 82nd to 110th Street along the east side of Central Park, the Mile is currently home to nine museums! Here you’ll find a continuous offering of exhibitions and programs spanning many cultures across centuries of time.

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The Met Breuer

The Met Breuer

Updated Dec 6, 2017

The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s modern and contemporary art program recently expanded to include a new series of exhibitions, performances, artist commissions, residencies, and educational initiatives. Its new museum
space,The Met Breuer, welcomed the public on March 18, 2016.

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Behind The Scenes At The World's Most Famous Venues

Behind The Scenes At The World's Most Famous Venues

Updated Dec 6, 2017

Located in the heart of New York City, Madison Square Garden® and Radio City Music Hall® are two of the world’s most iconic venues. These historic buildings have been the backdrop to many of the world’s legendary performances and events.

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Central Park

Central Park

Updated Dec 6, 2017

Central Park may well be the most famous park in the world. its 840 acres include nearly 50 fountains, monuments, and sculptures, 36 bridges and arches and a zoo!

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A New View of the City

A New View of the City

Updated Dec 6, 2017

The grandest new edition to New York City’s skyline is unquestionably One World Trade Center. Better know as the “Freedom Tower, “ One World is already an iconic and instantly recognizable landmark in Lower Manhattan. One World is the largest building in the US and the entire Western Hemisphere towering at 1,776 feet.

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