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photoblog by Jonathan Chan

Museum of the City of New York

My wife and I went exploring in the city and wound up at the Museum of the City of New York at 103rd street along museum row.  We spent a little over an hour there and wished we could have stayed longer.  The highlight was definitely a fascinating short on the history of New York from the 1600′s-present.  So much happened in a relatively small amount of time.  I thought it would be wrong to post photos of the photos in the museum and so I left those out. If you ever get a chance to go, you won’t regret it! Enjoy!

Front of the museum at 103rd and 5th Avenue

Front of the museum at 103rd and 5th Avenue

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A collegtion of waterfront images including South Street and the East River

A collegtion of waterfront images including South Street and the East River


An early 19th C interior room.  I wonder where the ethernet ports are located.

An early 19th C interior room. I wonder where the ethernet ports are located.

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