Also Brooklyn Bridge, which was designated as a National Historic Landmark stands for optimism, not to talk about the Statue of Liberty.Watch as the HD camera pans over the Lady Liberty and her City of Freedom.Access these cameras to view real-time traffic movements from the Advanced Traveler Information System, which provides frequently updated still images from locations in the five boroughs.The cameras are being used by DOT staff to monitor traffic conditions, and may be repositioned to view traffic from varying directions.
The large intersection and the area between Broadway and 7th Avenue is sometimes justly called The Crossroads of the World.
One of the largest amusement parks in New York offers a lot of attractions, games and food.
Extreme attractions as Thunderbolt, Sling Shot and Coney Island Cyclone attract all adrenaline-lovers.
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Earth Cam takes you on a virtual tour of the most visited spot in New York City: Times Square!