New York City

New York City in New York is the largest city in the United States. As of 2004, its population was estimated as 8,104,079, with a total of 18,709,802 living in the New York metropolitan area.

New York, nicknamed the “Big Apple” and the “City That Never Sleeps” is a renown center of business and finance, entertainment, media and culture, home to many famous buildings, as well as containing the headquarters of the United Nations.

Attractions in New York City include

– American Folk Art Museum

– American Museum of Natural History

– Astroland in Coney Island

– Broadway Theatre

– Bronx Zoo

– Central Park in New York City

– Central Park Zoo in Central Park

– Chinatown

– Chrysler Building

– Deno’s Wonder Wheel Amusement Park in Coney Island

– Ellis Island

– Empire State Building

– Feast of San Gennaro in Little Italy area,

– Flatiron Building

– Grand Central Station

– General Grant National Memorial

– Hayden Planetarium

– Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum

– Little Italy

– Madame Tussauds

– The Metropolitan Museum of Art

– The Museum of Modern Art

– New York Aquarium in Coney Island

– New York Botanical Garden

– New York Skyride in the Empire State Building

– New York Transit Museum

– Prospect Park Zoo

– Queens Museum of Art

– Queens Zoo

– Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

– Staten Island Zoo

– Statue of Liberty

– United Nations Headquarters

– Whitney Museum of American Art

Here is some more information about the area:

– New York City is one of the nation’s leading centers of business and commerce, but, as already mentioned, is especially strong in the financial and media industries. new york Some of the major companies with their headquarters in New York City include Accenture, Alcoa, Altria Group, American Express, American International Group, Bristol-Myers Squibb, CBS, Cendant, Citigroup, Fox Entertainment Group, Goldman Sachs, Hess, JPMorgan Chase, Lehman Brothers, Loews, Merill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, News Corporation, New York Life Insurance, Pfizer, Schlumberger, TIAA-CREF, Time Warner, Verizon Communications, Viacom and Wells Fargo.

– Major airports for New York City include John F. Kennedy International Airport, LaGuardia Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport (which is actually in Newark, New Jersey).

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