<p>Photographer Raymond Patrick says that the 21st-floor penthouse terrace of the brash Cooper Square <a href="http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/city-guides/new-york-hotels/">Hotel</a>, located on the revitalizing Bowery, offers some of the best views of <a href="http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/city-guides/new-york-new-york/">New York</a> he has ever seen.</p> <p>For more, read "<a href="http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/city-guides/new-york-traveler/">New Yorkers' New York City</a>" from the April 2011 issue of <i>National Geographic Traveler.</i></p>

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Photographer Raymond Patrick says that the 21st-floor penthouse terrace of the brash Cooper Square Hotel, located on the revitalizing Bowery, offers some of the best views of New York he has ever seen.

For more, read "New Yorkers' New York City" from the April 2011 issue of National Geographic Traveler.

Photograph by Raymond Patrick

New Yorkers' New York City Photo Gallery

New York Photo Gallery from the April 2011 issue of National Geographic Traveler.

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