Wall Street

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Posted in Travel Guide on Oct 06, 2017

The World Financial Center is marked with bronze cattle statues.
Introduction of scenic spots
Wall Street was home to major U.S. financial institutions, and after 911 many institutions moved away, mostly to homes, but the long narrow streets of skyscrapers were still popular destinations.

Wall Street

Wall Street

Tour route:
Along the Wall Street number east, the 1th Wall Street is the New York Bank building (the former Owen Trust Bank building). The 11th is the New York Stock Exchange, and number 14th is the American Bank Building, and Wall Street 23rd was originally a J.P. Morgan building and has now been converted to an apartment.
Continue to walk east to Wall Street No. 37th, originally a U.S. trust company, the United States Chase Bank, and now the rental of residential. On the forward Wall Street 40th is the Trump Building, the Manhattan Trust Bank. Wall Street No. 45th is the original Toronto Road Bank and is now home.
The 48th Wall Street, formerly the New York Bank headquarters, is now the American Financial Museum. Wall Street number 60th is the Deutsche Bank Building/JP Morgan Tower. Wall Street No. 63rd was originally a Brown Brothers Harriman Trust Building and is now home. The last Wall Street number 111th is the Citibank building.
Special Tips
The famous Wall Street copper bull was originally placed in front of the New York Stock Exchange, but is being packed every day by tourists, and is now being moved to the Bowling Green Park near Wall Street, about 10 minutes from Wall Street to the south.

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