There's a reason why 50 million tourists visited New York City last year, in spite of New Yorkers being rude jerks: We have amazing sights. Travel & Leisure's readers, who deemed the Big Apple the rudest city in an annual reader survey, has unveiled its first reader survey of landmarks, and NYC have five landmarks in the top 20—including the number one position.

Number 1 is the Statue of Liberty, followed by the Empire State Building. Number 10 is the High Line, while 14 is the Frank Gehry-designed 8 Spruce Street and 18 is the newly-opened 9/11 Memorial. What's shocking is that tourists overlooked Brooklyn Bridge, Chrysler Building, and Central Park among many other places!