Empire State Building
Located on lower east Manhattan, on 34th Street and Fifth Avenue, this art-deco landmark building was completed in April 1931. It was designed by William F. Lamb and is considered an American, as well as a New York cultural icon. It was designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1986. Several movies used this building as a part of the setting, for example: King Kong; An Affair to Remember; Superman; Sleepless in Seattle; and many more. There are available tours that can take you up to the Observatory Deck which from there you can see the marvellous views of the city.