Unf.ettable Places Of Staten Island – Heritage Monuments-工号9527为您服务�����

Arts-and-Entertainment Staten Island is capable of .peting with any popular city or suburbs of United States. The cultural heritage and diversity found here is really unique. Once again we are providing a little details of all the places as listed on various websites dedicated to Staten Island. Heritage Monuments as well as Modern establishments make this borough of New York City really worth seeing. We will categorize all popular landmarks according to 1.Heritage Monuments, 2.Cultural Places, 3.Places with Natural Beauty, and 4.Fun Places Heritage Monuments of Staten Island 1.Conference House Park – This is symbol of a Peace Conference held on Sept. 11, 1776 between delegates of the Continental Congress and the .mander of British Forces during the Revolutionary War. The place has seen several owners in its lifespan. The Manor House First built in 1680, is the only pre-Revolutionary manor house still surviving in New York City. Currently managed by Conference House Association, the place illustrates history of Staten Island. It has a public waterfront park that overlooks Raritan Bay and the New Jersey coast. 2.Fort Wadsworth – Fort Wadsworth is one of the oldest military sites in the United States, that lies underneath the Verrazano Narrows Bridge, the entrance to New York Harbor. Once it was one of the most important military bases in the country that protected New York Harbor for centuries, and now this fort is a part of the Gateway National Recreation Area. 3.Garibaldi-Meucci Museum – This museum was sometimes home of Antonio Meucci, the true inventor of the telephone, and Giuseppe Garibaldi, legendary hero who unified Italy. This historical home was built in year 1840 in Gothic-revival style. The house was opened to the public and dedicated as The Garibaldi-Meucci Museum in 1956. The museum is a National Landmark owned and operated by the Order Sons of Italy in America. 4.Historic Richmond Town – Richmond Town is a unique place of United States illustrating living in New York City for nearly 300 years. This place was once the center for business and government on Staten Island. The town is spread over 25 acres on a 100-acre site consisting 15 restored buildings (homes and .mercial and civic buildings) as well as a museum. A trip to this historic place is an opportunity to experience the domestic, .mercial and civic activities that characterized life on Staten Island. [Continued….] About the Author: – – – – – – – – – – 相关的主题文章: