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The southern part of Central Park was conceived as a children's area by the designers, and by the myriad of sites directed towards them here, the area still remains a delight 100 years later. Originally this region was farm country and this was a place where the families could find fresh supply of milk. Today, the Dairy in the park serves the role of giving out general information of the park to the visitors. It also doubles up as a gift store where all kinds of gift items like mugs, t-shirts, caps, and more are sold.
This church was founded in 1823, and the impressive cathedral was built in the French Gothic style right in the heart of what is now Midtown. The contrast between the architecture of this beautiful building and the skyscrapers surrounding it is breathtaking. The church offers regular Episcopal services, but the highlight of any visit is the renowned St. Thomas Choir.
If you are a person who likes to think out of the ordinary, then this museum should be on your list. American Folk Art Museum houses interesting exhibits that showcase traditional folk art as well as contemporary pieces from self-taught artists. The interesting exhibits range from cultural artwork to unique work done in a variety of medias, in one room you'll see a 19th-century quilt and in the next room view a double-sided painting by Henry Darger. What's more, you can enjoy this all this for free!
Lincoln Square which is full of life and activities is an Upper West neighborhood. It is the most commercial and important landmark in New York. From educational institutes to major hotels, from clubs to shops, all are nestled within the square. It also houses the Red Cross organization and Church of St. Paul the Apostle. Various companies also have their offices in this area. Be it winter or summer, this places is always full of life.
The Father Duffy Square is the northern end of Times Square, New York. Over the years, it has served as a stage for public rallies and has been a popular tourist attraction. A profound reason for its fame has also been the availability of theater tickets at reduced prices. The former 50-foot (15-meter) high plaster statue, referred to as Purity, was a striking feature. The autumn of 2008 marked the opening of the modern design of Duffy Square.