On Lexington Avenue and 55th Street in Manhattan is the landmark Central Synagogue. Built in 1872 in Moorish Revival style it was designed after the Dohany Street Synagogue in Budapest. The twin octagonal towers rise 122 feet up into the surrounding cityscape. But those onion-shaped green cooper domes adorning the tops are the crown jewels. (Best veiwed large for detail such as the man standing between the towers).