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A new batch of mystery locations have been released for our ongoing photo scavenger hunt with LinkNYC, Name This Spot. Every Tuesday, new abstract photographs curated and shot by the Untapped New York Team appear on LinkNYC kiosks across all five boroughs. The photographs highlight the architecture of New York City by showing buildings from interesting angles and in super close up shots. On Monday nights, locations release the previous week are revealed on the LinkNYC Instagram. Keep reading to see if you guessed any of last week’s spots and see which photos you should look out for now!

The collage above shows three of the newly released photographs, and one two below is new as well. Do you know where any of them were taken from? The Name This Spot photographs could be from anywhere within Manhattan, Brooklyn, Staten Island, Queens and the Bronx. If you think you know the buildings featured in any of these shots, tell us on Instagram by tagging @UntappedNYand @LinkNYC.

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Last night, the locations of the five images below were revealed in LinkNYC’s Instagram story. These images show (clockwise from top left): 54 Leonard, One World Trade Center, The OculusThe Sky Reflector-Net atop the Fulton Center, the largest single work ever commissioned by MTA Arts for Transit, and The Shed, a new cultural arts center at Hudson Yards.

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Keep an eye on LinkNYC kiosks for our Name This Spot photos and let us know your guesses for this week’s new images by tagging us at @UntappedNY on Instagram!

Next, check Untapped New York Behind-the-Scenes Events this Week

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