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Hey! Thanks for checking us out. Uhave2Go! is a photo sharing website for travel and photography lovers, and for everyone else in between who enjoy going places and discovering the new. Uhave2go collects travel photos and information about those places, events or activities you loved, and the goal is to become the go to site for inspiration to travel around the World and make the most out of the places you go to. Basically, inspire you to go... wherever it is that you want to go.

It all started with a few hundred travel photos from my trips through Asia and South America and one idea, UHave2Go!, a site that would be inspiration for others to travel around the World and share their photography and thoughts of the places they loved. The rest has been hard work, learning, lots of adjustments and brainstorming.

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Pictures of Manhattan view from Brooklyn Heights on the East River:
 
 
Country:United States,   City:New York,   Category:Cities By Fernando
About  Manhattan view from Brooklyn Heights on the East River 
Brooklyn is one interesting place, full of history, architecture and in continuous cultural transformation, more so than other cities in other parts of the World. Like it happens with Queens, The Bronx, Manhattan and Staten Island, each borough in New York has its own character. One of the most peaceful and well maintained neighborhoods in Brooklyn is Brooklyn Heights. Traditional brownstones, a "river edge" promenade and proximity to subway stations makes it very attractive for people moving to New York. This picture was taken after a walk through Brooklyn Heights, and from one of the piers during an eastern Monday at 3am, where despite the darkness and sort of perfect murder scene atmosphere, we where able to access this desolated industrial pier and take some shots. More
 
Brooklyn Bridge
 
 
 
 
 
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