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Un petit panda roux très curieux

Photos of Central Park Zoo

Smaller than the Bronx Zoo, the Central Park Zoo is no less charming. Located in the heart of the park, the zoo is home to over 150 different species. It was also featured in the animated film Madagascar because it is from this zoo that Alex and Marty, the main characters, escape. Central Park Zoo […]

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Entrée du Nintendo Store New York au Rockefeller Center

Photos of shopping in New York

New York is without a doubt one of the temples of shopping, an activity that could quickly take you a day or more during your stay. Indeed, the Big Apple is full of department stores with an almost limitless offer, specialized stores or official boutiques of the biggest brands. Macy’s is simply one of the […]

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La voie piétonne et vélos est légèrement au-dessus de celle des voitures

Photos of the Brooklyn Bridge in New York

The Brooklyn Bridge is the most famous bridge in New York. It is also the oldest and most beautiful bridge in the city. The Brooklyn Bridge connects two emblematic neighborhoods of the Big Apple: Manhattan and Brooklyn. Its pedestrian bridge is almost 2 kilometers long and is an unforgettable journey! When the bridge was opened […]

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Vue de New York le 11 septembre 2001

Photos of the 9/11 Museum in New York

The 9/11 Museum is located in the basement of the 9/11 Memorial, where the Twin Towers stood until the tragic day of September 11, 2001. These attacks marked America and the world. The museum created in memory of the 2983 victims is a true tribute to them. Built in the very foundations of the former […]

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Photos of the American Museum of Natural History

Founded in 1869, the New York Museum of Natural History welcomes more than 5 million visitors per year and houses more than 32 million objects and specimens. The Museum of Natural History’s diverse collections are spread over five levels and 150,000 square meters: The spaces about the environment and biodiversity where you can find a […]

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Peinture La nuit étoilée de Vincent Van Gogh

Photos of the MoMA of New York, museum of modern art

Created in 1929 by the “ladies”, three funny ladies who were amateurs of a modern art in its infancy, the MoMA (Museum of Modern Art) in New York is one of the most famous contemporary art museums in the world and houses many interesting collections and works. Some of the greatest artists’ works are also […]

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Cercueil, témoin de la riche collection égyptienne du MET Museum

Photos of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Egypt section

The collection of Ancient Egyptian art at The New York Metropolitan Museum of Art (The MET) consists of approximately 26,000 objects of artistic, historical, and cultural significance, dating from the Paleolithic to the Roman period (ca. 300,000 BCE – 4th century BCE). More than half of the collection comes from the Museum’s 35 years of […]

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Salle au cœur du Metropolitan Museum of Art

Photos of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the other collections

When the Metropolitan Museum of Art was founded in 1870, it did not own a single work of art. Over the years, through the combined efforts of generations of curators and scholars, collectors, and patrons, the Met collection has grown artistically, geographically, and culturally to represent more than 5,000 years of art from around the […]

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Nu couché, par Auguste Renoir - peinture

Photos of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, pictorial art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s (MET) worldwide collection of European paintings encompasses works of art from the thirteenth to the nineteenth centuries, from Giotto to Gauguin. In addition to its many masterpieces by artists as diverse as Jan van Eyck, Caravaggio, and Seurat, the museum has the largest collection of 17th-century Dutch art in the […]

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Vue sur la collection de l'art grec et romain du MET Museum

Photos of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Greek and Roman art

The collection of Greek and Roman art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET) includes more than 17,000 works ranging from the Neolithic period (ca. 4500 B.C.) to the conversion of the Roman emperor Constantine to Christianity in 312 A.D. It includes art from many cultures and is among the most comprehensive in North America. […]

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