SEE IT: World’s Fair Panorama squeezes all of New York into ONE ROOM

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NEW YORK (PIX11) — There’s a place right here in New York where you can get a view of all the five boroughs, take in the iconic skyline of Manhattan and see every historic building and bridge that drapes the entire city.

Here’s a hint – it’s encased all in one room.

Considered to be New York’s big “little secret” –  The Panorama of the City of New York is a favorite attraction at the Queens Museum.

Unveiled at the 1964 World’s Fair – the pint-sized replica of New York was the brainchild of “master builder” Robert Moses, to celebrate the city’s municipal infrastructure.

PIX11’s Andrew Ramos has more on this huge “little” secret right in our back yard.

See every angle of NYC inside one room

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