Monthly Archives: June 2011

Staue at The Capitol, USA

Staue at The Capitol, USA, a photo by Versa Kay on Flickr. Advertisements

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First Lutheran Church, Grant Street, Pittsburg, Pa.

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Having lunch on top of the Empire State Building

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Central Park, Manhattan.

Lun. chtime bird walks in Central Park, Manhattan. The rocky outcrop in the background reminds you of the legendary rocks of Hyderabad, India.

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St. Paul’sChapel, Wall Street , Manhattan

A place where George Washington worshipped. A sanctuary for recovery workers. of 9/11.

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George Washington at Fedeal Hall National Museum, MNhattan

A brash child at the feet of the Father of A Nation. This was the place where George Washington took oath as the first President of the USA. We visited the place in 2007 on a cold,drizzly afternoon , stolling … Continue reading

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Roots, no, not by Alex Haley.

These roots, at the corner of Wall Street and Broadway also have a poignant history.The roots are of a sycamore tree which saved the St. Paul’s Chapel from damage on 9/11. Sculpture by Steve Tobin (2005)

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