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Merry Christmas from New York City

There is no other place like New York City at Christmas time! Lights, crowds of people, the skating rink at the Rockefeller Center and of course Radio City Christmas Spectacular: Radio City Rockettes at the Radio City Hall. It’s our family tradition, as NYC is our second home.

Rockefeller Center
Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree
Ralph Lauren Hot Chocolate Stand
Ralph Lauren Hot Chocolate Stand
Rockefeller Center
Radio City Hall
Radio City Hall
Radio City Hall

Merry Christmas to all. Thanks for visiting and reading. Please do not steal images from the website. All images are watermarked and copyrighted. Feel free to engage by leaving a comment below. Until next time.

PS. There are a lot more photographs from this fabulous city, so if you are interested I put together a little silent photo slideshow below:

Here are 10 lesser-known facts about New York City:

  1. The original name of New York City was New Amsterdam, and it was founded by the Dutch in the early 17th century.
  2. The first recorded baseball game was played in New York City in 1846, and the New York Yankees have won more World Series championships than any other team in history.
  3. The New York City subway system is one of the largest in the world, with 472 stations and over 245 miles of track.
  4. The city has more billionaires than any other city in the world and is home to some of the wealthiest people on the planet.
  5. Central Park, one of the most famous parks in the world, was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux in the mid-19th century and covers over 840 acres.
  6. The Empire State Building, one of the most iconic buildings in the city, was completed in 1931 and was the tallest building in the world until 1970.
  7. The Statue of Liberty, a symbol of freedom and democracy, was a gift from the people of France to the United States and was dedicated in 1886.
  8. New York City is the birthplace of many famous musicians, including Billy Joel, Madonna, Jay-Z, and Lady Gaga.
  9. The city has a diverse population, with people from all over the world calling it home, and over 800 different languages spoken within its borders.
  10. The 1969 Stonewall riots, which took place in Greenwich Village, are widely considered to be the catalyst for the modern LGBTQ rights movement.

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