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NEW YORK New York in the 17 th century
France’s present to New York
New York Public Library
The Metropolitan Museum
New York Underground
San Francisco is a big city at the western coast of the USA in the State of California. By population the city occupies the 4 -th place in staff and the 12 -th in the USA. Suspension bridge "Golden Gate Bridge"
Street trams in San Francisco Cable cars, antique street trams, are one of the most popular attractions The city is on 43 hills, and almost all the streets are vertical.
The hippie movement was born on the streets of San Francisco and the Haight Eshberri.
Park "Golden Gate" in San Francisco Golden Gate Park is one of the biggest parks in the world, with an area of more than 5 kilometers from the city center and to the ocean. On its territory there are 11 lakes, a yacht club, two waterfalls, a small herd of buffalo, a symbol of American prairie, a Japanese garden, in which collections of plants world-class.
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San Francisco Carnivals
California State Flag LOS ANGELES &
High above the smog of central Los Angeles, Griffith Observatory has a much clearer view of the stars than the rest of the city. The worldfamous observatory is perched high in the Hollywood Hills, in Griffith Park, a large park in the middle of the huge metropolis.
Los Angeles, a city in southern California, the most populous city in the state and the second most populous city and metropolitan region in the United States, after New York City.
Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills Rodeo Drive is a famous shopping area in Los Angeles, California, that attracts both shoppers and tourists. The plaza shown here offers some of the area’s most exclusive stores.
Getty Center In 1953 American oil executive and financier J. Paul Getty founded a museum named after him to house his personal art collection. In 1987 the collection moved to the Getty Center—designed by American architect Richard Meier—in Los Angeles, California. The complex consists of six buildings on a 45 -hectare (110 -acre) site and houses the Getty art collection as well as research and educational institutes.
Grauman’s Chinese Theater on Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles is one of the city’s most famous movie theaters. Since it opened in 1927, it has been the location of numerous Hollywood premieres. It is best known for the handprints and footprints of well-known film stars, who have left these signatures in cement in front of theater for more than 50 years.