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#91 of 114 attractions in Brooklyn
Category: Architectural Buildings
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#92 of 114 attractions in Brooklyn
Category: Religious Sites
Finally finished in 1835, St. John's was built to serve the Episcopalian troops stationed at Fort Hamilton.
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#93 of 114 attractions in Brooklyn
Category: Sports Complexes
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#94 of 114 attractions in Brooklyn
Category: Other
Circus entertainment.
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#95 of 114 attractions in Brooklyn
Category: National Parks
This 26,000-acre park, on New York's harbor, has outdoor and indoor diversions.
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Category: Theaters
Owner description: Large 4,000-square-foot performance area has played host to such performances as CirqueBoom's "The Circus of Vices and... more » Owner description: Large 4,000-square-foot performance area has played host to such performances as CirqueBoom's "The Circus of Vices and Virtues," Anthony Schwartzman's "Hunger Dreams," "Antony & Cleopatra" and "Polyphonic Spree." « less
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Category: Bar/ Clubs; Movie Theaters
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Category: Specialty Museums
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Category: Libraries; Specialty Museums
Owner description: Library contains more than 2,000 volumes on Kurdish history, culture and contemporary society, and the adjoining museum... more » Owner description: Library contains more than 2,000 volumes on Kurdish history, culture and contemporary society, and the adjoining museum features traditional dress and collections of village jewelry from Turkey, Iraq and Iran. « less
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Category: Classes/Workshops
Owner description: The world is changing quickly and with it, so is our fighting style. This is why Grandmaster Dr. David Furie set out to... more » Owner description: The world is changing quickly and with it, so is our fighting style. This is why Grandmaster Dr. David Furie set out to create a new system of fighting. A system modern enough for today’s modern fighter. More and more people are learning the once highly secretive martial arts. Even more people have been exposed to numerous examples, techniques and ideas from the Internet and popular films. Crime movies and spy thrillers are plentiful. In addition, people tend to be more aggressive and less patient in today’s world. Because of this, today’s fighter needs to be adaptable and modern, not only historical or ancient. They need to learn the Fury system. Today’s fighter needs to be prepared. They need to know more truth than the average person. What happens if someone attacks you or your family, whether they are unarmed or armed? What if the attacker knows martial arts himself? What if there are multiple attackers? What if you are wounded? Fury will teach you how to defend yourself against any attacker, in any situation. How to hit against different parts of your attacker’s anatomy hard, fast and directly, with strikes that will cause distinct and hard paralysis to the human body. Save yourself and your family from any possible attacks, including streetfights or simple aggression. Just because it "might" not happen doesn't mean it won't. Be prepared if you ever find yourself in a situation when it comes your way. Fury combat is a form of mixed martial arts which is used on a professional as well as amateur level. Fury will help you develop almost superhuman skills, and will teach you techniques that have never been used before. Fury will train you not only physically, but also mentally and emotionally. « less
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Category: Educational Sites
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