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Tucked away in NYC's Chinatown is an architectural marvel that most people don't know about: the Museum at Eldridge Street​. This was a synagogue built in 1887 as Eastern European Jewish immigrants started flooding the Lower East Side and its heyday had hundreds of people attend its ceremonies. Later it was abandon for decades until a 20-year restoration project that cost $20 million brought this hidden gem back to life!
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Ariel Viera1 yr ago
@James.kk oh yes James, exploration is why we do this!! :D
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Ariel Viera1 yr ago
@Virtualistika thanks so much for watching and glad you enjoyed it!! This was done handheld because I didn't get permission to use a monopod, however I can't wait to start using gimbals optimized for 360 cameras!
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Enjoyed your video! Beautiful place. But please do something with shakiness :)
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James.kk1 yr ago
it's good to be passionate about exploring!
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Ariel Viera1 yr ago
@Rebekka Amtmann I do! it's my life's passion :D plenty more hidden gems coming to 360 video. I also make regular videos at facebook.com/UrbanistLive
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I think you like exploring and finding good stuff that most people don't know:))
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