Take a look at the webcam stream from Times Square in New York, one of the most visited places in the world. The large intersection and the area between Broadway and 7th Avenue is sometimes justly called The Crossroads of the World. The Times Square live cam offers several different views which are changing regularly. There is also an archive of the best pictures you can look at retrospectively.
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Take a look into one of the most expensive streets in the world in the heart of Manhattan. The New York 5th Avenue live cam is located close to the St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Different views of the street are changing periodically. The webcam on 5th Avenue monitors the traffic on several stretches.
The Broadway live cam offers an exquisite view of the New York skyscrapers. Feel the atmosphere of Midtown Manhattan. Thanks to the high quality this live stream can serve also for checking the traffic. The Broadway webcam offers several different views that are changing periodically.
The live cam shows the Statue of Liberty from the harbor in Brooklyn. The Statue is the main tourist attraction in New York. It represents the friendship and help offered by France to the American settlers in the fight for freedom against Great Britain in 1776. The webcam captures the front of the Statue of Liberty.
One of the largest amusement parks in New York offers a lot of attractions, games and food. Extreme attractions as Thunderbolt, Sling Shot and Coney Island Cyclone attract all adrenaline-lovers. The live cam in Coney Island Luna Park offers a magnificent view of the entire area.
The rotating Times Square live cam offers a 360° view. Individual pictures are changing regularly. You can watch the traffic situation on this camera.
The Brooklyn Bridge is one of the US national historic landmarks and is justly considered the symbol of New York. The live cam overlooks the Brooklyn Bridge and offers an impressive view of Lower Manhattan and the city skyscrapers. Apart from that the Brooklyn Bridge webcam also monitors ship movements on the East River.