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Are you able to identify these spots in New York?

Many of us have been in New York but even if we hadn’t we would still be able to recognize some of the city’s icons. However, how much attention do you pay to details? Would you be able to identify all of these spots in New York? Some of these aren’t easy at all so you’ll have to stretch your memory for the answers.
1.


Virginia Duran Blog- New York- Guggenheim Museum by Frank Lloyd Wright

 

2.


Virginia Duran Blog- New York- Armani Store Stair by Fuksas

 

3.


Virginia Duran Blog- New York- Edward Durrell Stone House  1956

 

4.


Virginia Duran Blog- New York- Hypar Pavilion by Diller Scofidio + Renfro

 

5.


Virginia Duran Blog- New York- MoMA White on White by Malevich

 

6.


Virginia Duran Blog- New York- Seagram Building by Mies van der Rohe

 

7.


Virginia Duran Blog- New York- The Whitney Museum by Marcel Breuer

 

8.


Virginia Duran Blog- New York- Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET) Rooftop Expo

 

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Virginia Duran Blog- New York- Cooper Union (41 Cooper Square) by Morphosis

 

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Virginia Duran Blog- New York- World Trade Center Memorial fountain

And remember, “God is in the Details”- Mies van der Rohe


Need a hint? Click on the images, solution is on the title. All the buildings to which these pictures belong can be found at New York’s Free Architecture Guide

11 thoughts on “Are you able to identify these spots in New York?

  1. Great photos. Thanks for sharing. I only have an idea on the last one because of the apparent context and the waterfall in the far background.
    If you get a chance I would love to see a post from you on Parkchester, Bronx. I spent my pre-teen summers there (late 1940’s) and am still amazed at the architecture and green areas.

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    • Hello Waldo, thanks for your kind comments! I am sure the first one (Frank Lloyd Wright Guggenheim Museum) is familiar to you too😉
      Do you still live in New York? I would be glad to write about Parkchester, stay tunned.
      Virginia-

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      • Virginia;
        I have never lived in NYC. My Aunt and Uncle moved into Parkchester when it first opened. He was the Yardmaster for NY Central Railroad in Grand Central Station. I have always lived in upstate NY. My uncle and aunt would have me come to Parkchester for summer vacation (sort of like a reverse Fresh Air Kid). They were childless and showed me a great time during the summers that I visited. I will remember the scenes of Parkchester until the day I leave this earth.
        What a great time for a county kid. Visiting with all sorts of people with all sorts of different ideas, getting tours of the underground yards of Grand Central, swimming almost every day in the Castle Hill Swimming club, eating Chinese at the Toysun restaurant on Unionport Road.

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