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Washington Heights: W 177th - Dyckman St.

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    Timothy Baker
    Washington Heights: W 177th - Dyckman St.
    19 Mar
    I’ve made several trips to Washington heights for business purposes, family gatherings, etc. It’s a good living place! The last time I went there, I went to a museum called “The Met Cloisters” and no wonder it had some amazing medieval art. I’m absolutely a fan of such art, and I spent most of my time looking around. The building itself seemed like a work of art because of its great architecture. It looks like a huge castle from the outside and there’s also a garden inside. I loved the Unicorn Tapestry, it was surely an amazing artwork! However, it’s a bit expensive to get it and I was lucky I already took out some cash from the ATM before coming here. If you’re coming from a far place then simply grab a train and reach 200th Street. You’ll then find your way to this amazing museum!
    The Cloisters, 99 Margaret Corbin Dr, New York, New York 10040, United States
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