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New York and New Jersey Map

New York and New Jersey Map
Description : New York and New Jersey map showing cities, states capitals, highways, state and international boundaries. Disclaimer

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Facts about New York and New Jersey

FactNew YorkNew Jersey
Joined in UnionJuly 26, 1788December 18, 1787
Joining Sequence11th 3rd
Nick nameThe Empire State The Garden State
State song"I Love New York"No State Song (state song. I'm From New Jersey is incorrectly listed on many websites)
Area54,555 sq mi (141,300 km2)8,722.58 sq mi (22,591.38 km2)
Largest CityNew York City Newark
Population19,795,791 (2015 est)8,958,013 (2015 est)
Population density416.42/sq mi (159/km2)1210.10/sq mi (467/km2)
Cities62 Cities52 Cities
Lat Long43.2994° N, 74.2179° W 40.0583° N, 74.4057° W
Time ZoneEastern: UTC -5/-4Eastern: UTC -5/-4
Abbreviations NYNJ, N.J.
Interstate highwaysThere are 32 Interstate Highways I-76, I-78, I-80, I-95, I-195, I-278, I-280, I-287, I-295, I-495, I-676, I-695, I-895
RiversHudson River, Mohawk River, Allegheny RiverManasquan River, Maurice River, Mullica, Passaic, Rahway, Raritan, Musconetcong, Hudson and Delaware rivers
MountainsAdirondack Mountains, Catskill Mountains, Appalachian Mountains.Sunrise Mountain, Catfish Mountain, Rattlesnake Mountain, Bearfort Mountain, Bearfort Mountain North, Wawayanda Mountain, Wawayanda Mountain, Blue Mountain, Bowling Green Mountain, Buckabear Mountain, Bird Mountain, Lookout Mountain, County House Mountain, Rocky Mountain etc.
Highest PointMount Marcy 5,344 ft (1,629 m)High Point- 1,803 ft (549.6 m)
Lowest PointAtlantic OceanAtlantic Ocean

Last Update on : June 09, 2016

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