About New York City Hall
New York City Hall is the oldest city hall in the US still in continuous use, having been built between 1803 and 1812.
Its architects, Joseph Francois Mangin and John McComb, were chosen as a result of a competition.
Visitors can go on tours of New York City Hall, including seeing its collection of nineteenth century American paintings.
Ellis Island is a famous island off New York City which served as an immigration centre from 1892 to 1954.
The Statue of Liberty is a 19th century Romanesque monument which has become an icon of freedom and is a World Heritage site.
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