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Originally the second-tallest building in the world when it opened in 1905, One Times Square was constructed to be the headquarters for The New York Times, a function it would serve for less than ten years.
Originally the second-tallest building in the world when it opened in 1905, One Times Square was constructed to be the headquarters for The New York Times, a function it would serve for less than ten years. The annual Times Square ball drop is performed from the roof of this building. And you can't miss the famous Dow Jones news and sports zipper (the first news ticker in the world) attached to its lower facade.
A place filled with video screens, LED signs, and flashing lights; a world wonder or a tourist nightmare depending on your perspective, the 'new' Times Square is a family-friendly theme park of themed restaurants, theaters and hotels, as well as a developing business district
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The main branch of the New York Public Library (officially the Stephen A
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A ticket booth selling discounted Broadway and off-Broadway shows
The Christmas Tree, the Skating Rink, NBC studios, the shops and hubbub - you can't miss it
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See the Rockettes, another show, or just tour the famous Art Deco masterpiece