New York is home to several interesting coins that span several historical periods and values, honoring emperors, activists and even some criminal activity.
Here are ten of the most interesting secrets about NYC's bustling Park Avenue and some of its iconic structures
The Roosevelts – Teddy, FDR and Eleanor, have a long and established history in New York, with townhouses in Manhattan and estates outside of NYC.
See the view from atop NYC's Triborough Bridge with photos by urban explorer Dark Cyanide, while learning a bit of history on the bridge along the way.
The United States was in the darkest of the Great Depression in 1933, when FDR declared a “Bank Holiday,” shutting down banking system for more than a week.
Louis Kahn's Four Freedoms Park, the subject to much debate--love and hate--opens to the public on October 24th.
Untapped gets a tour of the FDR Four Freedoms Park in Roosevelt Island, standing inside the infamous "Room" and getting up close and personal with the smallpox hospital ruin.