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Пешеходная экскурсия с гидом по Нижнему Манхэттену и Ground Zero - Полу-частная, макс. 8 чел.

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Вернитесь к истокам Нью-Йорка в этой 2,5-часовой полу-частной пешеходной экскурсии (максимум 8 гостей) по Нижнему Манхэттену, в которой могут принять участие до 8 гостей. Этот район с колониальной и голландской историей, расположенный рядом с шумными торговцами Уолл-стрит, предлагает взглянуть на прошлое и настоящее города, не забывая при этом о будущем.
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SEMI-PRIVATE" MEANS GROUP SIZE IS NEVER MORE THAN 8 GUESTS MAXIMUM
PROFESSIONAL TOUR GUIDE
DURATION 2.5 HOURS
SEMI-PRIVATE WALKING TOUR
TOUR WILL RUN, RAIN OR SHINE
SEMI-PRIVATE" MEANS GROUP SIZE IS NEVER MORE THAN 8 GUESTS MAXIMUM
PROFESSIONAL TOUR GUIDE
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1
Lower Manhattan
During this tour, your exuberant guide will show you the historical sites that most visitors overlook, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters’ memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, you’ll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
2
Castle Clinton National Monument
After arriving at the meeting point you will start your tour with a brief highlight about Castle Clinton, a landmark representing not only the city’s growth but the growth of the nation. Built from 1808 to 1811, it was the first U.S immigration station where more than 8 million people arrived in the United States between 1855 to 1890.
3
New York Harbor
From here, you will see the New York Harbour, part of the port of the New York. Lying at the mouth of the Hudson river, it is one of the largest natural harbours in the world.
4
SeaGlass Carousel
Next you will pass the Seaglass Carousel, a fish-themed carousel that represents a symbol of recovery in the area, which suffered damage from Hurricane Sandy in 2012. You will be able to appreciate the carousel’s design, as design along with construction took nearly a decade.
5
Bowling Green
Next you will visit Bowling Green, New York’s City’s oldest park. According to tradition, this small public park served as the council ground for Native American tribes and was also the site of the sale of Manhattan in 1626 to Peter Minuit.
6
Charging Bull (Wall Street Bull)
During the tour you will also visit the Charging Bull, a bronze structure created by the Artist Arturo Di Modica who illegally dropped the sculpture outside the New York Stock Exchange. The sculpture became an instant hit as soon as it was set up at Bowling Green.
7
Trinity Church
Next you will visit Trinity Church, a historic parish church which began in 1696, located near the intersection of Wall Street and Broadway. During your visit you will see the graves of Mr and Ms Hamilton in the Trinity churchyard, along with the monument dedicated to them near their resting place.
8
Wall Street
You will then walk along the Wall Street, the renowned eight-block-long street running through Lower Manhattan. Known for its role in the international financial system, it is easily one of the most famous streets in the world.
9
New York Stock Exchange
During your time on Wall Street you will see the exterior of the New York Stock Exchange, the world’s largest stock exchange. Founded in 1792, it is now a designated National Historic Landmark.
10
Fearless Girl
In front of the New York Stock Exchange, you will see what is known as the Fearless Girl, a bronze statue by Kristen Visbal which depicts a four-foot tour girl. The statue is considered by many to symbolize and promote female empowerment.
11
House of Morgan
Continuing down Wall Street, you will also see the exterior of the House of Morgan, an office building formerly owned by J.P. Morgan & Co. Built in 1913, the building is known for its classical architecture and was designated a New York City landmark in 1965.
12
Federal Hall
You will also visit Federal Hall, the name given to the first of two historic buildings located at 26 Wall Street. While the original Greek Revival structure was completed in 1703, the current structure built in 1842 is one of the best examples of neoclassical architecture in New York.
13
St. Paul's Chapel
Afterwards, you will make your way to St Paul’s Chapel, a chapel part of the Parish of Trinity Church Wall Street. It was considered a “chapel-of-ease for those who did not want to walk a few blocks to Trinity. Upon completion in 1766, it was the tallest building in New York City.
14
The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum
You will then pay a visit to the National September 11 Memorial, a tribute of the remembrance and honor of those killed in 9/11. The Memorial’s twin reflecting pools feature the largest manmade waterfalls in North America. Here you will see the names of every person who died in the attack, inscribed into bronze panels edging the Memorial Pools.
15
One World Trade Center
Next you will see One World Trade Center, otherwise known as the Freedom Tower. The tallest building in New York, it stands today where the Twin Towers once towered over the city.
16
Zuccotti Park
From here, you will make your way to Zuccotti Park, formerly known as Liberty Plaza Park. The park was heavily damaged in the 9/11 attacks and underwent subsequent recovery efforts. The plaza is now used as the site of several events commemorating the anniversary of the attack.
17
Lower Manhattan
During this tour, your exuberant guide will show you the historical sites that most visitors overlook, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters’ memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, you’ll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
18
Castle Clinton National Monument
After arriving at the meeting point you will start your tour with a brief highlight about Castle Clinton, a landmark representing not only the city’s growth but the growth of the nation. Built from 1808 to 1811, it was the first U.S immigration station where more than 8 million people arrived in the United States between 1855 to 1890.
19
New York Harbor
From here, you will see the New York Harbour, part of the port of the New York. Lying at the mouth of the Hudson river, it is one of the largest natural harbours in the world.
20
SeaGlass Carousel
Next you will pass the Seaglass Carousel, a fish-themed carousel that represents a symbol of recovery in the area, which suffered damage from Hurricane Sandy in 2012. You will be able to appreciate the carousel’s design, as design along with construction took nearly a decade.
21
Bowling Green
Next you will visit Bowling Green, New York’s City’s oldest park. According to tradition, this small public park served as the council ground for Native American tribes and was also the site of the sale of Manhattan in 1626 to Peter Minuit.
22
Charging Bull (Wall Street Bull)
During the tour you will also visit the Charging Bull, a bronze structure created by the Artist Arturo Di Modica who illegally dropped the sculpture outside the New York Stock Exchange. The sculpture became an instant hit as soon as it was set up at Bowling Green.
23
Trinity Church
Next you will visit Trinity Church, a historic parish church which began in 1696, located near the intersection of Wall Street and Broadway. During your visit you will see the graves of Mr and Ms Hamilton in the Trinity churchyard, along with the monument dedicated to them near their resting place.
24
Wall Street
You will then walk along the Wall Street, the renowned eight-block-long street running through Lower Manhattan. Known for its role in the international financial system, it is easily one of the most famous streets in the world.
25
New York Stock Exchange
During your time on Wall Street you will see the exterior of the New York Stock Exchange, the world’s largest stock exchange. Founded in 1792, it is now a designated National Historic Landmark.
26
Fearless Girl
In front of the New York Stock Exchange, you will see what is known as the Fearless Girl, a bronze statue by Kristen Visbal which depicts a four-foot tour girl. The statue is considered by many to symbolize and promote female empowerment.
27
House of Morgan
Continuing down Wall Street, you will also see the exterior of the House of Morgan, an office building formerly owned by J.P. Morgan & Co. Built in 1913, the building is known for its classical architecture and was designated a New York City landmark in 1965.
28
Federal Hall
You will also visit Federal Hall, the name given to the first of two historic buildings located at 26 Wall Street. While the original Greek Revival structure was completed in 1703, the current structure built in 1842 is one of the best examples of neoclassical architecture in New York.
29
St. Paul's Chapel
Afterwards, you will make your way to St Paul’s Chapel, a chapel part of the Parish of Trinity Church Wall Street. It was considered a “chapel-of-ease for those who did not want to walk a few blocks to Trinity. Upon completion in 1766, it was the tallest building in New York City.
30
The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum
You will then pay a visit to the National September 11 Memorial, a tribute of the remembrance and honor of those killed in 9/11. The Memorial’s twin reflecting pools feature the largest manmade waterfalls in North America. Here you will see the names of every person who died in the attack, inscribed into bronze panels edging the Memorial Pools.
31
One World Trade Center
Next you will see One World Trade Center, otherwise known as the Freedom Tower. The tallest building in New York, it stands today where the Twin Towers once towered over the city.
32
Zuccotti Park
From here, you will make your way to Zuccotti Park, formerly known as Liberty Plaza Park. The park was heavily damaged in the 9/11 attacks and underwent subsequent recovery efforts. The plaza is now used as the site of several events commemorating the anniversary of the attack.
33
Lower Manhattan
During this tour, your exuberant guide will show you the historical sites that most visitors overlook, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters’ memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, you’ll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
34
Castle Clinton National Monument
After arriving at the meeting point you will start your tour with a brief highlight about Castle Clinton, a landmark representing not only the city’s growth but the growth of the nation. Built from 1808 to 1811, it was the first U.S immigration station where more than 8 million people arrived in the United States between 1855 to 1890.
35
New York Harbor
From here, you will see the New York Harbour, part of the port of the New York. Lying at the mouth of the Hudson river, it is one of the largest natural harbours in the world.
36
SeaGlass Carousel
Next you will pass the Seaglass Carousel, a fish-themed carousel that represents a symbol of recovery in the area, which suffered damage from Hurricane Sandy in 2012. You will be able to appreciate the carousel’s design, as design along with construction took nearly a decade.
37
Bowling Green
Next you will visit Bowling Green, New York’s City’s oldest park. According to tradition, this small public park served as the council ground for Native American tribes and was also the site of the sale of Manhattan in 1626 to Peter Minuit.
38
Charging Bull (Wall Street Bull)
During the tour you will also visit the Charging Bull, a bronze structure created by the Artist Arturo Di Modica who illegally dropped the sculpture outside the New York Stock Exchange. The sculpture became an instant hit as soon as it was set up at Bowling Green.
39
Trinity Church
Next you will visit Trinity Church, a historic parish church which began in 1696, located near the intersection of Wall Street and Broadway. During your visit you will see the graves of Mr and Ms Hamilton in the Trinity churchyard, along with the monument dedicated to them near their resting place.
40
Wall Street
You will then walk along the Wall Street, the renowned eight-block-long street running through Lower Manhattan. Known for its role in the international financial system, it is easily one of the most famous streets in the world.
41
New York Stock Exchange
During your time on Wall Street you will see the exterior of the New York Stock Exchange, the world’s largest stock exchange. Founded in 1792, it is now a designated National Historic Landmark.
42
Fearless Girl
In front of the New York Stock Exchange, you will see what is known as the Fearless Girl, a bronze statue by Kristen Visbal which depicts a four-foot tour girl. The statue is considered by many to symbolize and promote female empowerment.
43
House of Morgan
Continuing down Wall Street, you will also see the exterior of the House of Morgan, an office building formerly owned by J.P. Morgan & Co. Built in 1913, the building is known for its classical architecture and was designated a New York City landmark in 1965.
44
Federal Hall
You will also visit Federal Hall, the name given to the first of two historic buildings located at 26 Wall Street. While the original Greek Revival structure was completed in 1703, the current structure built in 1842 is one of the best examples of neoclassical architecture in New York.
45
St. Paul's Chapel
Afterwards, you will make your way to St Paul’s Chapel, a chapel part of the Parish of Trinity Church Wall Street. It was considered a “chapel-of-ease for those who did not want to walk a few blocks to Trinity. Upon completion in 1766, it was the tallest building in New York City.
46
The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum
You will then pay a visit to the National September 11 Memorial, a tribute of the remembrance and honor of those killed in 9/11. The Memorial’s twin reflecting pools feature the largest manmade waterfalls in North America. Here you will see the names of every person who died in the attack, inscribed into bronze panels edging the Memorial Pools.
47
One World Trade Center
Next you will see One World Trade Center, otherwise known as the Freedom Tower. The tallest building in New York, it stands today where the Twin Towers once towered over the city.
48
Zuccotti Park
From here, you will make your way to Zuccotti Park, formerly known as Liberty Plaza Park. The park was heavily damaged in the 9/11 attacks and underwent subsequent recovery efforts. The plaza is now used as the site of several events commemorating the anniversary of the attack.
49
Lower Manhattan
During this tour, your exuberant guide will show you the historical sites that most visitors overlook, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters’ memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, you’ll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
50
Castle Clinton National Monument
After arriving at the meeting point you will start your tour with a brief highlight about Castle Clinton, a landmark representing not only the city’s growth but the growth of the nation. Built from 1808 to 1811, it was the first U.S immigration station where more than 8 million people arrived in the United States between 1855 to 1890.
51
New York Harbor
From here, you will see the New York Harbour, part of the port of the New York. Lying at the mouth of the Hudson river, it is one of the largest natural harbours in the world.
52
SeaGlass Carousel
Next you will pass the Seaglass Carousel, a fish-themed carousel that represents a symbol of recovery in the area, which suffered damage from Hurricane Sandy in 2012. You will be able to appreciate the carousel’s design, as design along with construction took nearly a decade.
53
Bowling Green
Next you will visit Bowling Green, New York’s City’s oldest park. According to tradition, this small public park served as the council ground for Native American tribes and was also the site of the sale of Manhattan in 1626 to Peter Minuit.
54
Charging Bull (Wall Street Bull)
During the tour you will also visit the Charging Bull, a bronze structure created by the Artist Arturo Di Modica who illegally dropped the sculpture outside the New York Stock Exchange. The sculpture became an instant hit as soon as it was set up at Bowling Green.
55
Trinity Church
Next you will visit Trinity Church, a historic parish church which began in 1696, located near the intersection of Wall Street and Broadway. During your visit you will see the graves of Mr and Ms Hamilton in the Trinity churchyard, along with the monument dedicated to them near their resting place.
56
Wall Street
You will then walk along the Wall Street, the renowned eight-block-long street running through Lower Manhattan. Known for its role in the international financial system, it is easily one of the most famous streets in the world.
57
New York Stock Exchange
During your time on Wall Street you will see the exterior of the New York Stock Exchange, the world’s largest stock exchange. Founded in 1792, it is now a designated National Historic Landmark.
58
Fearless Girl
In front of the New York Stock Exchange, you will see what is known as the Fearless Girl, a bronze statue by Kristen Visbal which depicts a four-foot tour girl. The statue is considered by many to symbolize and promote female empowerment.
59
House of Morgan
Continuing down Wall Street, you will also see the exterior of the House of Morgan, an office building formerly owned by J.P. Morgan & Co. Built in 1913, the building is known for its classical architecture and was designated a New York City landmark in 1965.
60
Federal Hall
You will also visit Federal Hall, the name given to the first of two historic buildings located at 26 Wall Street. While the original Greek Revival structure was completed in 1703, the current structure built in 1842 is one of the best examples of neoclassical architecture in New York.
61
St. Paul's Chapel
Afterwards, you will make your way to St Paul’s Chapel, a chapel part of the Parish of Trinity Church Wall Street. It was considered a “chapel-of-ease for those who did not want to walk a few blocks to Trinity. Upon completion in 1766, it was the tallest building in New York City.
62
The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum
You will then pay a visit to the National September 11 Memorial, a tribute of the remembrance and honor of those killed in 9/11. The Memorial’s twin reflecting pools feature the largest manmade waterfalls in North America. Here you will see the names of every person who died in the attack, inscribed into bronze panels edging the Memorial Pools.
63
One World Trade Center
Next you will see One World Trade Center, otherwise known as the Freedom Tower. The tallest building in New York, it stands today where the Twin Towers once towered over the city.
64
Zuccotti Park
From here, you will make your way to Zuccotti Park, formerly known as Liberty Plaza Park. The park was heavily damaged in the 9/11 attacks and underwent subsequent recovery efforts. The plaza is now used as the site of several events commemorating the anniversary of the attack.
65
Lower Manhattan
During this tour, your exuberant guide will show you the historical sites that most visitors overlook, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters’ memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, you’ll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
66
Castle Clinton National Monument
After arriving at the meeting point you will start your tour with a brief highlight about Castle Clinton, a landmark representing not only the city’s growth but the growth of the nation. Built from 1808 to 1811, it was the first U.S immigration station where more than 8 million people arrived in the United States between 1855 to 1890.
67
New York Harbor
From here, you will see the New York Harbour, part of the port of the New York. Lying at the mouth of the Hudson river, it is one of the largest natural harbours in the world.
68
SeaGlass Carousel
Next you will pass the Seaglass Carousel, a fish-themed carousel that represents a symbol of recovery in the area, which suffered damage from Hurricane Sandy in 2012. You will be able to appreciate the carousel’s design, as design along with construction took nearly a decade.
69
Bowling Green
Next you will visit Bowling Green, New York’s City’s oldest park. According to tradition, this small public park served as the council ground for Native American tribes and was also the site of the sale of Manhattan in 1626 to Peter Minuit.
70
Charging Bull (Wall Street Bull)
During the tour you will also visit the Charging Bull, a bronze structure created by the Artist Arturo Di Modica who illegally dropped the sculpture outside the New York Stock Exchange. The sculpture became an instant hit as soon as it was set up at Bowling Green.
71
Trinity Church
Next you will visit Trinity Church, a historic parish church which began in 1696, located near the intersection of Wall Street and Broadway. During your visit you will see the graves of Mr and Ms Hamilton in the Trinity churchyard, along with the monument dedicated to them near their resting place.
72
Wall Street
You will then walk along the Wall Street, the renowned eight-block-long street running through Lower Manhattan. Known for its role in the international financial system, it is easily one of the most famous streets in the world.
73
New York Stock Exchange
During your time on Wall Street you will see the exterior of the New York Stock Exchange, the world’s largest stock exchange. Founded in 1792, it is now a designated National Historic Landmark.
74
Fearless Girl
In front of the New York Stock Exchange, you will see what is known as the Fearless Girl, a bronze statue by Kristen Visbal which depicts a four-foot tour girl. The statue is considered by many to symbolize and promote female empowerment.
75
House of Morgan
Continuing down Wall Street, you will also see the exterior of the House of Morgan, an office building formerly owned by J.P. Morgan & Co. Built in 1913, the building is known for its classical architecture and was designated a New York City landmark in 1965.
76
Federal Hall
You will also visit Federal Hall, the name given to the first of two historic buildings located at 26 Wall Street. While the original Greek Revival structure was completed in 1703, the current structure built in 1842 is one of the best examples of neoclassical architecture in New York.
77
St. Paul's Chapel
Afterwards, you will make your way to St Paul’s Chapel, a chapel part of the Parish of Trinity Church Wall Street. It was considered a “chapel-of-ease for those who did not want to walk a few blocks to Trinity. Upon completion in 1766, it was the tallest building in New York City.
78
The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum
You will then pay a visit to the National September 11 Memorial, a tribute of the remembrance and honor of those killed in 9/11. The Memorial’s twin reflecting pools feature the largest manmade waterfalls in North America. Here you will see the names of every person who died in the attack, inscribed into bronze panels edging the Memorial Pools.
79
One World Trade Center
Next you will see One World Trade Center, otherwise known as the Freedom Tower. The tallest building in New York, it stands today where the Twin Towers once towered over the city.
80
Zuccotti Park
From here, you will make your way to Zuccotti Park, formerly known as Liberty Plaza Park. The park was heavily damaged in the 9/11 attacks and underwent subsequent recovery efforts. The plaza is now used as the site of several events commemorating the anniversary of the attack.
81
Нижний Манхэттен
Во время этого тура ваш энергичный гид покажет вам исторические места, которые большинство посетителей упускают из виду, в том числе Боулинг-Грин и Кастилию Клинтон в Бэттери-парке. Узнайте об Александре Гамильтоне в Троицкой церкви, прежде чем перенестись в прошлое столетие, когда Атакующий Бык поселился среди NYSE и Federal Hall. Современная архитектура парит над головой, когда-то в тени Всемирного торгового центра. Обсудите трагедию 11 сентября, посетив официальный мемориал, а также мемориал пожарным. Затем узнайте, как с тех пор развивался Нижний Манхэттен, включая движение «Захвати Уолл-стрит», захватившее Зуккотти-парк. К концу тура вы яснее поймете, как Нью-Йорк стал одним из самых важных и вдохновляющих мегаполисов мира.
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Национальный памятник Замок Клинтон
После прибытия на место встречи вы начнете свой тур с краткого рассказа о замке Клинтон, достопримечательности, отражающей не только рост города, но и рост нации. Построенный с 1808 по 1811 год, он был первой иммиграционной станцией США, куда в период с 1855 по 1890 год прибыло более 8 миллионов человек.
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Нью-Йоркская гавань
Отсюда вы увидите гавань Нью-Йорка, часть порта Нью-Йорка. Лежа в устье реки Гудзон, это одна из крупнейших естественных гаваней в мире.
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Карусель SeaGlass
Далее вы пройдете мимо карусели Seaglass Carousel, посвященной рыбе, которая представляет собой символ восстановления в районе, пострадавшем от урагана «Сэнди» в 2012 году. Вы сможете оценить дизайн карусели, так как на проектирование и строительство ушло почти десятилетие.
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Боулинг Грин
Затем вы посетите Боулинг-Грин, старейший парк Нью-Йорка. Согласно традиции, этот небольшой общественный парк служил советом для индейских племен, а также был местом продажи Манхэттена в 1626 году Питеру Минуиту.
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Атакующий бык (Бык с Уолл-Стрит)
Во время тура вы также посетите Атакующего Быка, бронзовую конструкцию, созданную художником Артуро Ди Модикой, который незаконно уронил скульптуру возле Нью-Йоркской фондовой биржи. Скульптура мгновенно стала хитом, как только ее установили в Боулинг-Грин.
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Троицкая церковь
Затем вы посетите Троицкую церковь, историческую приходскую церковь, основанную в 1696 году, расположенную недалеко от пересечения Уолл-стрит и Бродвея. Во время вашего визита вы увидите могилы мистера и миссис Гамильтон на Троицком кладбище, а также памятник, посвященный им, возле места их упокоения.
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Уолл-Стрит
Затем вы прогуляетесь по Уолл-стрит, знаменитой улице длиной в восемь кварталов, проходящей через Нижний Манхэттен. Известная своей ролью в международной финансовой системе, это одна из самых известных улиц в мире.
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Нью-Йоркская фондовая биржа
Во время вашего пребывания на Уолл-стрит вы увидите внешний вид Нью-Йоркской фондовой биржи, крупнейшей в мире фондовой биржи. Основанный в 1792 году, он в настоящее время является национальным историческим памятником.
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Бесстрашная девушка
Перед Нью-Йоркской фондовой биржей вы увидите то, что известно как «Бесстрашная девушка», бронзовую статую работы Кристен Висбал, на которой изображена четырехфутовая туристическая девушка. Многие считают, что статуя символизирует и способствует расширению прав и возможностей женщин.
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Дом Моргана
Продолжая движение по Уолл-стрит, вы также увидите внешний вид Дома Моргана, офисного здания, ранее принадлежавшего J.P. Morgan & Co. Построенное в 1913 году, здание известно своей классической архитектурой и было признано достопримечательностью Нью-Йорка в 1965 году. .
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Федеральный зал
Вы также посетите Федеральный зал, имя, данное первому из двух исторических зданий, расположенных на Уолл-стрит, 26. В то время как первоначальная структура греческого возрождения была завершена в 1703 году, нынешняя структура, построенная в 1842 году, является одним из лучших образцов неоклассической архитектуры в Нью-Йорке.
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Часовня Святого Павла
После этого вы отправитесь в часовню Святого Павла, часовню, являющуюся частью прихода Троицкой церкви на Уолл-стрит. Он считался «часовней легкости для тех, кто не хотел идти несколько кварталов до Троицы. После завершения строительства в 1766 году это было самое высокое здание в Нью-Йорке.
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Национальный мемориал и музей 11 сентября
Затем вы посетите Национальный мемориал 11 сентября, посвященный памяти и чести погибших в 9/11. В двойных отражающих бассейнах Мемориала находятся самые большие искусственные водопады в Северной Америке. Здесь вы увидите имена всех людей, погибших во время нападения, выгравированные на бронзовых панелях, окаймляющих Мемориальные бассейны.
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Один Всемирный торговый центр
Далее вы увидите Всемирный торговый центр, также известный как Башня Свободы. Самое высокое здание в Нью-Йорке, оно стоит сегодня там, где когда-то возвышались башни-близнецы.
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Зуккотти Парк
Отсюда вы отправитесь в парк Зуккотти, ранее известный как парк Либерти Плаза. Парк был сильно поврежден во время терактов 11 сентября, после чего его восстановили. Сейчас площадь используется как место проведения нескольких мероприятий, посвященных годовщине нападения.
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SiriF56
Feb 2020
A perfect walk with a perfect guide👍😊 We learned a lot of the history of New York. Very interesting and special for me who is a tour guide myself😊
DemosGarrison
Jan 2020
We had a great day with Matt. He was friendly, knowledgeable and tailored the day to our needs and interests.
ArielkNJ
Aug 2019
Our tour guide Katherine was fantastic! She was very engaging and really tried to tailor the tour toward our interests once we got going. She supplemented her stories with pictures, which added some great context. The tour of ground zero was very moving and her personal experience of 9/11 as a NY resident added a very interesting perspective. It's clear that she genuinely enjoys giving tours and I would go on a tour with her again in a heartbeat. I work in lower Manhattan and I still learned a ton - definitely worth it!

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