Did you know there was a medieval-style abbey in New York City? It’s true! Not only is The Cloisters a medieval style abbey, it’s also houses an amazing selection of medieval art and treasures. Photo of Medieval Art, The Cloisters Museum, New York City © bpende
Take a walk down history’s lane with us as we show you 100 years of the always magnificent New York City. 1903: The Flatiron Building The Flatiron Building is an iconic New York city landmark and one of the first skyscrapers ever built.
What do John Lennon and John Wilkes Booth have to do with Montreal? What do the five symbols on Montreal’s flag mean? To get the answers to these questions and to learn some interesting facts about Montreal, read on. a Photo of Montreal Jazz Festival © nonanet
Harlem is one of New York City’s most vibrant communities and neighborhoods. It is known around the world for its rich African-American culture, history and music. Photo of a Theater in Harlem, New York City © Nicolas 11mo
Sitting in New York Harbor, Ellis Island is one of the most visited sites in the United States. Between 1892 and 1954, 12 million immigrants were processed on Ellis Island. Almost half of all Americans are descendants of these 12 million. Ellis Island is rich with history and filled with amazing stories and artifacts. Photo