Wall Street - New York City


Wall Street is a narrow street in the Financial District of Lower Manhattan, extending from Broadway to the East River. The name comes from a wall built by Dutch settlers in 1653. Here you can find the New York Stock Exchange, the Federal Hall Memorial National Historic Site, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, many investment banks, trust companies and brokerage firms. More about Wall Street


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The Wall Street with the Trinity Church in the background (Broadway is in front of it). On the right, the Federal Hall National Memorial with the statue of George Washington. The New York Stock Exchange is on the left (photo: Marley White). Below, the other side of Wall Street (credit: Tagger Yancey IV / NYC & Company).



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The New York Stock Exchange building (18 and 11 Wall St), founded in 1792 (credit: Julienne Schaer / NYC & Company).