4. Appellate Division Courthouse Holocaust Memorial

On the corner of Madison Avenue and East 25th Street is the Appellate Division Courthouse. It looks just like any classical buildings in New York, with elaborate corinthian columns, deep recessed windows and marble statues adorning the roof line. On a closer look, there is something peculiar on the annex facade. In fact, one of the columns is fake, and is a small piece of Holocaust memorial. At eye-level, the small piece is easy to look for, but the material allows it to blend well into the building facade.