Course 4: The Empire State Building the tallest building in the city stretches still proudly skyward. For decades, it was even the tallest building in the world (from its establishment in the years 1931 to 1972). It is known from films such as King Kong, James Bond, Independence Day and The Day after tomorrow. On the 86th floor, as well as in the 102nd floor visitors will have the opportunity to have a look about the city of New York with impressive views. The building is daily and publicly accessible in almost all weather conditions from 8:00 am to 1:00 at night. Seat 3: MoMA that way of this New York Museum owns MoMA one of the best-known, most important and influential art collections in the world. It exists since 1929, while the exhibition space has doubled over several times over the decades, most recently it was reopened in 2004 after extensive renovations.
In addition to paintings and drawings also sculptures, works in the field of architecture and design, as well as a library, which more than 300,000 volumes covers can be found. Originals by artists such as Vincent van Gogh, Paul Gauguin, Pablo Picasso, Paul Cezanne, Wassily Kandinsky, Egon Schiele, Jean Arp and Andy Warhol are among the Museum’s collection. 2nd place: Rockefeller Center the largest private building complex in the world was built on the site of a former University in the middle of Manhattan. A total of 21 buildings, which are stylistically related to each other here stretching skyward. You are connected through shop streets underground, where Cafes, restaurants and shops can be found. The most popular is top of the rock”, an observation deck of an impressive views over Manhattan enjoy can, with skyscrapers on one side and the greenery of Central Park on the other. In the winter months, it attracts many visitors on an ice surface that invites here to the Ghedina.