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“Landmarks of New York”

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Time Out says

More than three years after the original “Landmarks of New York” exhibit visited the New-York Historical Society, the massive photo collection is returning. The updated display traces New York’s journey from small town to cultural capital of the world, featuring 90 images—30 newly added—of the city’s 30,000-plus designated landmarks. They include private homes (Charlie Parker’s), public monuments (the Unisphere) and places of worship (Mother African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church).

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