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"Monumental Building"
The majestic Empire State Building was completed in 1931, becoming the world's tallest building at the time. While no longer the tallest, it remains as impressive and iconic as ever. At night the building is lit up, often with special colors marking important dates and holidays. The main highlights here are the two observatories perched on the 86th and 102nd floors, where a bird's eye view of this magnificent city is a sight to behold. The observation decks are regularly open until 2a, so visitors can experience incredible nighttime views of the city that never sleeps.
338-350 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY, United States, 10118
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"Monumental Building"
The majestic Empire State Building was completed in 1931, becoming the world's tallest building at the time. While no longer the tallest, it remains as impressive and iconic as ever. At night the building is lit up, often with special colors marking important dates and holidays. The main highlights here are the two observatories perched on the 86th and 102nd floors, where a bird's eye view of this magnificent city is a sight to behold. The observation decks are regularly open until 2a, so visitors can experience incredible nighttime views of the city that never sleeps.
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338-350 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY, United States, 10118
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