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9-11_Statue-of-Liberty_and-WTC-fire
Tallest in the world from 1971 to 1973. Destroyed by terrorists on September 9 2001 and now known as Ground Zero
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ World_Trade_Center_ Twin_Towers
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Empire-state-building_from-Brooklyn
Tallest in the world for 40 years until 1972. Art-deco details restored in 2009 make-over
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Empire_State_Building
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Chrysler-Building_from-Empire-Building
The Chrysler Building is celebrated for its art-deco terraced crown -composed of seven radiating delightful arches which for decades has made it the most popular feature of the Manhattan skyline
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Chrysler_Building
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40_Wall_Street
Unarguably the tallest for a few months in 1930: The race with the Chrysler building ended in a debate over whether the surprise decorative Chrysler spire should be counted
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ 40_Wall_Street
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Woolworth-Building_in-Hudson_River_Waterfront_by-Colin-Campbell-Cooper
Constructed in neo-Gothic style by architect Cass Gilbert to be an icon was the tallest structure in the world from 1913 to 1930
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Woolworth_Building
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Metropolitan-Life-Tower
"The Light That Never Fails" peaked this "Tallest building in the world" from 19091913 soon will be an Edition Hotel in Marriott line-up
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Metropolitan_Life_Insurance_ Company_Tower
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Singer-Building_worlds-tallest-1909_with-City-Investing_Hudson-Terminal_1909
Tallest in the world from 1908 to 1909 & first tallest ever to be demolished
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Singer_Building
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Legendary-kiss_VJ-day_in-Times-Square_by-Alfred-Eisenstaedt
In Times Square New York City on August 14 1945 Eisenstaedt was photographing a spontaneous event the end of the war on Japan was made by U.S. President Harry S. Truman at seven o'clock.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ V-J_Day _in_ Times_Square
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