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Clock tower in the heart of NYC's Greenwich Village. A historical landmark on Sixth Avenue. Originally a church, then a women's prison, now serves as the Jefferson Branch of the New York Public Library.
Amazing architecture. Interior is like a medieval castle with an outdoor balcony that encircles the entire tower -- probably to check if the British were invading lower Manhattan?
One of the most interesting buildings you'll ever see...and its free!Worth a fun visit when you're in this quiet and quaint section of Manhattan.
Yes, it's OK now for Brits to visit. Just don't wear a red coat, or you'll may be spotted from our tower and the alarm will sound!
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