Following the last article, this one introduces famous places in NYC too.
Sixth Stop: Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine
This church is the biggest Church in US, the third biggest in the world.The cathedral, designed in 1888 and begun in 1892, has undergone radical stylistic changes and the interruption of the two World Wars. Originally designed in the Byzantine Revival-Romanesque Revival styles, the plan was changed after 1909 to a Gothic Revival design.After a large fire on December 18, 2001, it was closed for repairs and reopened in November 2008. It remains unfinished, with construction and restoration a continuing process. As a result, it is often nicknamed St. John the Unfinished.
When I was going inside, there was a prayer for school students. I was so moved and had goose bumps.
Seventh Stop: Columbia University
Because it was raining and snowing, it is freezing outside. I didn't stay here for a long time, just took a photo then passed through.
Eighth Stop: Central Park
Central Park is very huge. I walked for half hour and I just walked less than quater of the park. However, I was frozen due to I walked on the snow. As result I recommend you to see the famous spots in the park instead of taking a walk in the winter.
Nineth Stop: Museum of Natural History
The information is so rich you can hardly see all in a day.(But I recommend the same museum in Washington DC)
Tenth Stop: Rockefeller Center Observatory- Top of the Rock
I'm lucky to see the scene in the top of the rock, because my friend Silvia can't see the amazing night view here.
To be continued....