Columbia News Photo Gallery

Greater Manhattan North to South
Photos by Eileen Barroso

The City of New York is home to a remarkable number of cultural and historical sites and recreational activities. This photo gallery provides a sampling of the highlights of Greater Manhattan, from the George Washington Bridge in the north to Ellis Island in the south. Although located in the Bronx, what sampling of New York City would be complete without an image of Yankee Stadium?

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The Circle Line sails along the Harlem River past the
The George Washington Bridge connects Washington Heights, Manhattan, with Fort Lee, N.J.
Apollo Theatre in Harlem
Grants Tomb, Riverside Drive
A view of Morningside Heights and Columbia
A boat ride in Central Park Yankee Stadium
Sheeps' Meadow in Central Park
Metropolitan Opera House at Lincoln Center
Radio City Music Hall Rockefeller Center St. Patrick's Cathedral
United Nations
Times Square at night The lights of 42nd Street Grand Central Station
Empire State Building
Madison Square Garden
A market in Greenwich Village
The New York Skyline
Trinity Church was the original location of Columbia University, when it was known as King's College Wall Street
Spotlights illuminate the New York sky as a temporary memorial to September 11 victims
Statue of Liberty
Ellis Island NY Cruiseline offers passengers terrific views of the City South Street Seaport

Published: Mar 22, 2002
Last modified: Sep 18, 2002