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USA, New York City, Times Square illuminated at night : Stock Photo
Originally known as Longacre Square in late C19th, Times Square was named in 1904 after New York Times tower. The Times moved in on New Year's Eve with a fireworks display; this tradition has continued every year since.

USA, New York City, Times Square illuminated at night

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Joseph Pobereskin
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Originally known as Longacre Square in late C19th, Times Square was named in 1904 after New York Times tower. The Times moved in on New Year's Eve with a fireworks display; this tradition has continued every year since.
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