The Most Interesting Historical Places in Brooklyn

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Historical Places in Brooklyn

Green-Wood cemetery , Brooklyn
Green-Wood cemetery is the final resting place of many of the city's famous personalities. A rural cemetery when it was founded in the 1838,
Historic Walking Area
Featured in classic New York films like Annie Hall and Moonstruck, Brooklyn Heights Promenade offers beautiful views of the East River and St
Brooklyn Tabernacle , Brooklyn
Religious Site
Brooklyn Tabernacle is an evangelical non-denominational megachurch located at 17 Smith Street at the Fulton Mall in downtown Brooklyn, New Y
The first presidential library built in the United States, Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum was conceived when Franklin
Sagamore Hill National Historic site preserves the home and story of Theodore Roosevelt and his family on Long Island from 1885 until his dea
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