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Transcript of New York
Empire state building
In 1931 graduated the Empire State Building is one of the New York's most famous landmarks, and the world's most famous skyscrapers. It is 102 storey office building in midtown Manhattan. It is generally thought as an American cultural icon.
On July 1945 a bomber crashed into the north side of the Empire State Building.
New York City is located in the New
York's state which is in the East Coast of North
America. It is located at the mouth of the Hudson River and it's mostly made of islands, Manhattan, Staten Island and Long Island. The New Yok City is one of the most important economy and community centres in the world. There lives 8 175 133 million people in there. It is a global leader in finance, commerce, media, entertainment, art and fashion.
Brooklyn bridge is one of the
oldest suspension bridges in USA.
It crosses the East Rivers strait. It
was build in 1870-1883. It interrelates Manhattans and Brooklyns boroughs.
Statue of Liberty
Statue of liberty is a gift to the United States from the people of France. It is a female figure representing Libertas, the Roman goddess of freedom. New York city is famous of the statue of Liberty.
Central Park is a public park at the center of Manhattan in New York City. The park was initially opened in 1857. It is 3.41 km2 big and it's one of the most well-known parks in the world.
The World Trade Center is a complex of different buildings in Lower Manhattan, New York City, United States, replacing an earlier complex with the same name. The original World Trade Center was a complex of seven buildings. It featured landmark twin towers, which opened on April 4, 1973 and were destroyed in the September 11 attacks of 2001.
The World Trade Center
The New York state was one of
the 13 first states in the USA. The
original citizens of New York were the
Lenape-indians, but most of them died in
the diseases Europian settlers brought in
Metropolitan museum of art
Metropolitan Museum is the largest museum in USA, located in New York city. There is the most significan art collections. The museum is home for many diffrentt types of art.
Times Square is a major commercial intersection in a Midtown Manhattan, New York City, at the junction of Broadway and Seventh Avenue and stretching from West 42 to West 47 Streets.
The New York City is home to the headquarters of the National Football League, Major League Basketball, the National Basketball Association, and the National Hockey League. Four of the ten most expensive stadiums ever built worldwide are located in the New York metropolitan area. The New York metropolitan area has the most professional sports teams in these four leagues. It is one of 12 metropolitan areas in the US to have a team in each of the four leagues and the only one to have at least two teams in each league.
New York City is split in five boroughs. Every borough has its own land in the New York City as shown below.
Flag of New York City
The Culture of New York City
New York City have lots of different cultures because it is very huge and there is lots of people.
New York City is a center of music, visual art, dance, film and theater.
In New York City there is also Chinatown and there is only Chinish culture. In Chinatown you can eat Chinese food and visit chinese gift shops.
New York's film industry is smaller than the one in Hollywood, but there has still been made over thousand films.
New York's climate is very diverse. Winters can be cold and snowy, and summers often are hot and steamy. The colors of autumn are amazing. Spring can be a very surprising season, with warm breezes one day, and snowfall (or even an ice storm) the next. Extreme weather events, such as tornadoes and hurricanes, are not common.
There are important differences in climate from place to place. Temperatures change because of the nearness to water, especially on Long Island which faces the Atlantic Ocean, and, to a lesser extent, the south and east shores of the Great Lakes. The High Peaks, such as Mt. Marcy and Whiteface Mountain, have alpine, tundra-like climates.The adirondack Mountains are the most highest and rugged mountains located in the northern part of the New York between Lake Champlain in the east and lake Ontario in the west. Much of the state can boast of beautiful Eastern Hardwood Forests.
New York's First People
The nations from west to east werw the Senecas, the Cayugas, the Onondagas, the Oneidas, the Mohawks and the Tuscaroras. They lived on fertile soil and they were agricultural people, depending on crops of corn, beans, and squash for their survival. They had a unique form of government. The leaders of the people were chosen by the women. They were a formidable force because of their unity. Their unity was dependent on geography. They could mobilize war parties to attack other native peoples and theirs enemies the Mohicans in southern New York.
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