Aerial Photos of New York City - about the 1990s

 

 

Aerial NYC

 

In the 1990s, the United States of America was undisputedly the most powerful nation in the world. China was still a developing country and was trying to overcome its Maoist heritage. The Soviet Union disintegrated after the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. The Internet was on the rise and the world economy was changing dramatically.

In 1990, the total number of residents in New York City was 7,3 million people and, in 2000, was 8 million.

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Antique photos of NYC

 

 

 

Upper Bay

 

 

Copyright © Geographic Guide - Antique photographs of NYC. Late 20th Century.

 

 

Governors Island map

 

Brooklyn

 

Manhattan photographs

 

Aerial views New York

 

New York Skyline images

 

United Nations Buildings

 

Times Square 1990s

 

Central Park

 

Buildings in Midtown Manhattan.

 

East River

 

Bridges

 

21st Century

 

Manhattan 2001

 

Aerial Photos of New York City - about the 1990s

 

Buildings Midtown Manhattan

 

Lower Manhattan aerial image

 

Antique photographs

 

Manhattan Bridge and Brooklyn Bridge over East River.

The East River separates Long Island from Manhattan Island, one of five boroughs of New York City.

 

Statue Liberty NYC

 

East River

 

Brooklyn

 

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Upper New York Bay

 

Central Park

 

 

Governors Island

 

 

East River

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hudson River

 

 

East River