6 Fascinating Architectural Oddities That Can Be Found in Brooklyn

by , 04/02/14
filed under: Architecture, New York City

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Brooklyn has earned a reputation as one of the most unique places in the world, but did you know that some of the borough’s architecture is just as quirky as its people? From a home that can’t decide whether its Japanese or Victorian to the world’s oldest subway tunnel to a brownstone that hides an underground portal, check out our round-up of 6 of Brooklyn’s most fascinating architectural destinations.


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