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Welcome to my photo tour of New York City (NYC). This page is part of a series of way-too-many photos to look at. There is no special order to the pictures on this page, but the rest of the series is separated into four parts: Uptown New York City, Midtown Manhattan, Downtown NYC, and the southern end around Wall St & South St Seaport . If you follow the links to any of the walking tour pages, I have written a very brief review of the sites there. Here, I just list tourist sites from all over Manhattan. If you click a picture to see the slideshow, you can read the site name as the filename of the photo.

There are a lot of tourist sites in New York City! This page has two separate slideshows. One above this text and one below. If you open any photo, you can cycle through all the photos in that section. As far as advice goes, the most famout places for tourism are probably Times Square and the Statue of Liberty and South St Seaport, area, and the Museums.

Having mentioned the most popular, I think the most interesting architecture and restaurants are to be found Downtown New York City around smaller neighborhoods. My other tip is to let you know where the parks are in case you get tired of the concrete jungle. South End: Battery Park. Downtown, Washington Square Park is kind of small, but there is also East River Park. Midtown's unsung hero is Bryant Park. Finally, it's hard to miss Central Park when you are uptown.

These photos were taken 2002 - 2009.