7 of the most bizarre places to visit in new York
Author: Natalia Nikolaeva
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The most interesting places in any city, state, country is not always on everyone’s lips. Global popularity, typically have the Grand sights that are visible from afar and can accommodate a large number of visitors. However, there are many parts, seeing that really understand how amazing the world is and how much we lose by rushing through life without looking around.
1. Lily Dale
And new Yorkers, and many people in other regions know about Lily Dale, but few fully represents its features. This town is now a closed community of spiritualists. Small settlement with a population of about three hundred people, has long been the headquarters of the Assembly of spiritualists.
Every year there are about 22-25 thousand people who are adherents of the religious-mystical movement. They arrange a variety of seminars and open lessons on spiritualism and seances as well, master-classes of mediums.
2. North Salem
If you ever find yourself in the town of North Salem, and you will notice something unusual, don’t worry – your eyes do not deceive you! It’s just the most famous “stone” in the state.
This granite boulder weighing approximately 60 tons, and the type of rock from which it is not to be found in this area. How strange! Especially when you consider that the boulder is set on five stones stands.
3. Chapel Of The Cross Island
No, it’s not a doll’s house built on water – this is the smallest Church in the world. Chapel of the Cross island can accommodate a maximum of 2-3 people and each of them will find the path here on the boat.
Its area is about two square metres and although regular services are not held here for special occasions, it is available for visitors.
4. The Museum Of Jell-O
New York is not alien to strange sights, but who would have thought that would be a Museum dedicated to Jell-O. Museum Jell-O is situated in the County of Genesee, town of Le Roy and is quite an interesting place to visit.
Wherever you look, you’ll see bright colored vintage boxes of Jell-O, which, most likely, you’ve never seen before. A visit to this Museum is a very interesting way to study the history of this dessert.
5. Pine Bush
It turns out that in new York there is another capital. Pine Bush has become known as the UFO capital of the East coast. Residents of a small town whose population is only about 2,000 people, since the 60-ies stated that they are often visited by UFOs.
For many years the city has developed this strange subject, literally fill yourself with the mention of aliens: from annual fairs to the monuments of the flying saucers!
6. Big Duck
Again, your eyes do not deceive you and it’s not photoshopped. This big Duck (Big Duck) in Flanders, NY! Built in 1931 and even got in the national register, this, in the truest sense of the word, big duck has become a historical place.
During the winter holidays you will find it decorated with Christmas lights, that is a truly awesome sight. With a size of about 7 meters, it certainly will be the biggest and unusual duck that you will ever find in new York.
7. Tipperary Hill
Tipperary hill area in Syracuse, mostly inhabited by immigrants from Ireland. And each district has its own characteristics. The story goes that in the 20-ies of the last century, the Irish people in this area have continued to violate the traffic signal because you refused to recognize the location of the red (British) higher than the green (Irish national colors).
Therefore, to create a modicum of order traffic lights in fact hanging upside down.
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