Marco Paolillo

Marco Paolillo

Marco Paolillo
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Tu dici che ami la pioggia, ma quando piove apri l’ombrello. Tu dici che ami il sole, ma quando splende cerchi l’ombra. Tu dici che ami il vento, ma quando tira chiudi la porta. Per questo ho paura quando dici che mi ami.

Tu dici che ami la pioggia, ma quando piove apri l’ombrello. Tu dici che ami il sole, ma quando splende cerchi l’ombra. Tu dici che ami il vento, ma quando tira chiudi la porta. Per questo ho paura quando dici che mi ami.

RollerCoaster Tycoon | Create the Ultimate Amusement Park!

RollerCoaster Tycoon | Create the Ultimate Amusement Park!

1938 New Year's Eve celebration,  Times Square NYC

1938 New Year's Eve celebration, Times Square NYC

Third Avenue Elevated Railroad, New York City, 1942 (via Shorpy Historical Photo Archive)

Third Avenue Elevated Railroad, New York City, 1942 (via Shorpy Historical Photo Archive)

Broadway and the building of “The Times”,  New York, 1915.

Broadway and the building of “The Times”, New York, 1915.

Karl Goldammer - Woolworth Building - once the tallest building in the world. Woolworth paid for it in cash. :)

Karl Goldammer - Woolworth Building - once the tallest building in the world. Woolworth paid for it in cash. :)

Guess where folks?  Times Square!

Guess where folks? Times Square!

NYC. Manhattan. One set of Macy's wooden  // Built in 1902, Macy's Herald Square was the first building in the world to have the modern day escalator. The wooden escalators are still in use today!

NYC. Manhattan. One set of Macy's wooden // Built in 1902, Macy's Herald Square was the first building in the world to have the modern day escalator. The wooden escalators are still in use today!

The Statue of Liberty in Paris, 1886 before she was gifted to the United States (via crushculdesac)

The Statue of Liberty in Paris, 1886 before she was gifted to the United States (via crushculdesac)

This is believed to be the earliest photograph of NYC.Taken at Broadway between Franklin and Leonard Streets, May 1850

This is believed to be the earliest photograph of NYC.Taken at Broadway between Franklin and Leonard Streets, May 1850