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  • 1. Appellate Division Courthouse

    Flatiron District | Government Building

    Figures representing Wisdom and Force flank the main portal of this imposing Beaux Arts courthouse, built in 1899. The structure's purpose coincides...Read More

  • 2. Flatiron Building

    Flatiron District | Notable Building

    When completed in 1902, the oddly shaped Fuller Building, as it was originally known, caused a sensation. Architect Daniel Burnham made ingenious...Read More

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  • 3. Madison Square Park

    Flatiron District | City Park

    The benches of this elegant tree-filled park afford great views of some of the city's oldest and most charming skyscrapers—the Flatiron Building...Read More

  • 4. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Tower

    Flatiron District | Notable Building

    In 1909, with the addition of the 700-foot tower resembling the campanile of St. Mark's in Venice, this 1893 building became the world's tallest...Read More

  • 5. Museum of Sex

    Flatiron District | Museum/Gallery

    Ponder the profound history and cultural significance of sex at this 14,000-square-foot museum while staring at vintage pornographic photos...Read More

  • 6. National Museum of Mathematics

    Flatiron District | Museum/Gallery

    There's no exact formula to get kids excited about math, but the sleek two-floor National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath)—the only cultural...Read More

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