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Simon Heijdens, "Lightweeds", 2006.
Aristide Maillol. The River. Begun 1938–39, completed 1943 (cast 1948 Susi Berger-Wyss og Ueli Berger, "Soft Chair", 1967.
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New York 1987

World Trade Center
1-6 World Trade Center.
1 World Trade Center. On September 11, 2001, terrorists attacked the twin Towers of the World Trade Center and the Pentagon in Washington.
2 WTC Globe now in Battery Park located by the harbour at the very bottom of Manhattan.
 
1-6 World Trade Center.

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Sculptures
1-2 "Lincoln Center Reclining Figure". Bronze sculpture by the British sculptor Henry Moore (1898-1986).
3 Henry Moore at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
4 Sculpture by Joan Miró at Lincoln Center.
5 "Archangel" by Seymour Lipton, Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center.
6 "Le Guichet", (The Box Office), 1963, by Alexander Calder, standing in front of the New York Library for the Performing Arts, Lincoln Center Plaza.
 
1 Jean Dubuffet, "Group of Four Trees".
2 Sun Triangle, by Athelstan Spilhaus, McGraw-Hill Building Plaza.
3 Cleopatra's Needle, Central Park.
4 The Danish fairytale writer Hans Christian Andersen (1805-1875) reading "The Ugly Duckling", Central Park.
5 Central Park.
6 "Alice in Wonderland", Central Park. The English writer and mathematician Lewis Carroll wrote "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" in 1865.
 
1 Bronze statue of George Washington, the first  president of the United States (1789-1797),  Federal Hall, Wall Street.
2 Columbus Circle.
3 "Double Check", 1982, by Seward Johnson, Liberty Plaza. The statue was damaged by the 11 September attacks on the World Trade Center.
4 Rockefeller Plaza.
 
1-5 The Statue of Liberty was a gift from the people of France to the people of the United States, it is a symbol of political freedom and democracy, 1886.
6 The Statue of Liberty in Paris.

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    MoMA      
1 Museum of Natural History.
2 Statue of Liberty-figure.
3 MoMA, the Museum of Modern Art. The art historian Alfred H. Barr (1902-1981) was the founding director. The Japanese architect Yoshio Taniguchi (1937) redesigned MoMA, which was reopened in 2004.
4 The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden by the American architect Philip Johnson (1906-2005).
5 "Smoker number 1 (Mouth number 12)", 1967, by the American artist Tom Wesselmann.
6 Pablo Picasso, "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon", 1907.
 
1 "Red see" by Anselm Kiefer.
2 Marc Chagall, "Me and my Village", 1911.
3 Claude Monet, "Water Lilies" c.1920.
4 "Untitled", 1981-82, by the Italian artist Gino De Dominicis.
5 Max Beckmann.
6 Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. "Street Dresden", 1907.
 
1 Joan Miró, "Flight of the Dragonfly".
2 Kneeling Woman, 1911 by the German sculptor Wilhelm Lehmbruck (1881-1919).
3 Cisitalia 202 GT, 1946, by the Italian car designer Battista Pininfarina (1893-1966).
4 Beogram 4004/4002, by Bang & Olufsen, Denmark.
5 Painting and Sculpture Gallery.
6 Umberto Boccioni, "Unique Forms of Continuity in Space", 1913.
 
1 Claes Thure Oldenburg, "Pastry-case 1", 1961-62.
2 Claes Thure Oldenburg, "Profile Airflow", 1969.
3 "La Chaise", 1948, by the American designers Charles and Ray Eames.
4 "Portrait of My Mother's Chesterfield", 1964, by the Danish furniture designer Gunnar Aagaard Andersen (1919-1982) -  Andersen was a pioneer of Danish Modernism.
 
   

Museums

1-4 Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Fifth Avenue, by the architect Frank Lloyd Wright, 1960.

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1-5 Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Fifth Avenue, by the architect Frank Lloyd Wright, 1960.
6 MoMA.
 
1 The American Craft Museum.
2-6 The American Museum of Natural History.
 
1-6 The Whitney Museum of American Art by the architect Marcel Lajos Breuer.
 
1 The Frick Collection founded in 1935 by the industrialist and art collector Henry Clay Frick (1849-1919).
2-6 The Met, The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
 
1 Steel sculpture by the American artist Tony Smith (1912–1980), The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
2 Andy Warhol, "Mao", The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
3 Wood sculpture by Henry Moore. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
4 Vincent van Gogh, "Cypresses", The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
5 Vincent van Gogh "Irises", 1890, The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
6 Claude Monet, "Water Lilies", The Metropolitan Museum of Art. 
 
1 "Self-Portrait Looking at The Last Supper"1982–84, by Marisol Escobar, The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
2 The installation "Last Supper" by the Dutch born artist Marian van der Zwaan exhibited from October 10 until November 22 at the Art Centre Silkeborg Bad, Silkeborg, Denmark.
3 Matisse,The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
4 Renoir.
 
    The Cloisters
1-4 The Cloisters houses the Metropolitan Museum of Art's collection of art and architecture from medieval Europe - e.g. The Unicorn Tapestries (a unicorn is mythical beast with an antelope's body, lion's tail and a bearded horse's head with a single horn on its forehead. 
 
1-6 The Cloisters.
 
    Streets      
1-2 The Cloisters.
3 "Cats" musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber based on  "Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats" by T.S. Eliot.
4 Concert, Lincoln Center.
5-6 Times Square.

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Houses in Harlem
1 Times Square.
2-4 Times Square Subway Station.
 
1-4 Brooklyn Bridge, 1869-83, connects Manhattan with Brooklyn.
 
1-4 South Street Seaport.
5 Fifth Avenue.
6 FAO Schwarz, Fifth Avenue, wonderland of toys. (FAO - Frederick August Otto).
 
1-2 Cabbage Patch Kids, Babyland, Fifth Avenue.
3 Wall Street.
4-5 China Town, Hong Kong Bank.
6 Little Italy.

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        Buildings  
1 New York Harbour.
2 Ellis Island Immigration Museum in New York Harbour - from 1892 to 1954 over 12 million immigrants entered the US through the portal of Ellis Island.
3 Staten Island Ferry.
4 Circle Line Ferry.
5 The Chrysler building, 1918-30. Designed in the Art Deco style by the architect William Van Alen (1883-1954). The gargoyles depict Chrysler car ornaments and the spire is modeled on a radiator grille.
6 The Woolworth building aka "Cathedral of Commerce", 1913. The Gothic influenced tower was designed by Cass Gilbert (1859-1934). The building was the world's tallest building at the time it was built.
 
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1 The New York Public Library, Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street.
2 Washington Square Park, located in the heart of Greenwich Village.
3 The Plaza Hotel, Fifth Avenue, Built 1909 by the architect Henry Janeway Hardenbergh.
4 New York City Hall, 1803-12, the oldest City Hall in the US. The City Hall is listed on "The National Register of Historic Places" - the official list of cultural resources worthy of preservation.
 
1 The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Marc Chagall's stained glass windows.
2-4 The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
5-6 The Empire State Building.
 
1 The Empire State Building.
2-4 St. Patrick's Cathedral.
5-6 Row houses and church in Harlem.
 
1-3 Church in Harlem.
4-6 House in Harlem.
 
1 House in Harlem.
2-3 The Dakota Building. John Lennon's and Yoko Ono's home, Yoko Ono still lives here.
4-5 The Imagine Mosaic, Strawberry Fields in Central Park, named after the song "Strawberry Fields Forever" in honor of John Lennon (1940-1980), the musician and member of the Beatles. John Lennon was shot dead outside his home, the Dakota Building, located on the northwest corner of 72nd Street and Central Park.
6 Masterworks of Modern American Architecture.

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Washington - Philadelphia - Niagara Falls

1-3 Capitol Dome, Washington.
4 Supreme Court building, Washington.
5-6 Lincoln Memorial.
 
1 The White House.
2 Washington Monument, designed by Robert Mills in 1838, the Egyptian inspired obelisk was inaugurated in 1884.
3 Washington Monument and the Mall.
4-6 National Air & Space Museum.
 
1 National Air & Space Museum.
2-5 National Gallery of Art West Building.
6 National Gallery of Art East Building. Sculpture by Henry Moore, "Knife Edge Mirror Two Piece", 1976-1978.
 
1-3 National Gallery of Art East Building.
4 Jean Dubuffet.
 
1-2 Alexander Calder.
3 Barry Flanagan, "Leaping Hare".
4 Picasso, "Petrus Manach", 1901.
5 "The Kiss" by Constantin Brancusi.
 
1 Georgetown, Washington, DC.
2-4 Arlington National Cemetery.
5-6 The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the Memorial Amphitheater. 
 
1 Robert F. Kennedy Memorial. Robert F. Kennedy, brother of President John F. Kennedy, former attorney general, senator and presidential candidate, was shot in 1968.
2-5 The JFK Memorial. President John F. Kennedy was shot in Dallas, Texas, November 22, 1963.
 
Philadelphia
1 Old Parliament Building Philadelphia.
2 The Liberty Bell, Philadelphia.

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