New York Map
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About New York Map- This map of New York notes the locations of airports in Albany, the state capital, and other major cities such as Rochester and Buffalo. It also shows the US federal highway and state highway, along with the rail lines. The map also displays prominent locations of the state and the border it shares with the neighboring states and country.
About the New York State
Once known as 'New Amsterdam,' New York obtained its name from the Duke of York, when the English took control of the area on September 8th, 1664. New York was part of the original Thirteen Colonies and ratified the United States' Constitution in 1788, becoming the eleventh state to do so. Now a thriving state and known over the world, it is the financial and cultural backbone of the east coast of the United States, as well as much of the county. It is well known for its art, food, and fashion. New York City, which is the most populous city in the entire United States, is home to a thriving cultural scene and financial market.
Geography of New YorkSituated in the north-eastern United States, New York has a total area of 54,556 square miles (141,300 square km) and a population of 19.3 million (2016 est), ranking as the third most populous state in the country.
The state of New York is bounded by Pennsylvania and New Jersey to the south and by Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Vermont to the east. New York shares a water boundary with Rhode Island to the east of Long Island. The state also shares international borders with the Canadian districts of Quebec to the north and Ontario to the north-west.
Located at an altitude of 1,629 meters (5,343 feet), Mount Marcy of the Adirondack range is the highest point of New York, while the Atlantic Ocean is its lowest point. Major geographic features of New York include its rivers, such as the Hudson, Mohawk, and Genesee Rivers.
Major Cities in New YorkThe largest city in the state is New York City or NYC. There are a total of 61 ‘cities’ in the state, including Buffalo, Rochester, Yonkers, Syracuse, Albany, and Schenectady. NYC constitutes five boroughs; Staten Island, Queens, Manhattan, Bronx, and Brooklyn.
PopulationIn 2016, New York’s population was estimated at just over 19.3 million. The median age of men is 36, and the median age of women is slightly higher than men, at 39.
EconomyNew York’s economy ranks third in the country, with only California and Texas ahead of it. The gross state product in 2015 was listed at $1.44 trillion. Finance, technology, real estate, and insurance form the basis of New York’s economy but, media, publishing & journalism, and fashion are quickly becoming huge contributors.
Transportation in New YorkNew York has an extensive network of roads and railways that provide comfortable intra-state and inter-state connectivity. Interstate Highways 81, 87, and 495 join the northern and the southern parts of the state. The eastern end of New York is connected to the west by Interstate Highways 84, 86, 88, and 90. The New York City subway is one of the most extensive urban mass transit systems in the world.
Travel Destinations in New YorkNew York is a diverse state that consists of impressive skyscrapers, forests, mountains, and sandy beaches. The fast-paced life of Manhattan, the relaxed Long Island, the majesty of Niagara Falls or the nature of the Finger Lakes show us how diverse New York really is. Central Park is large and features both romantic tree-lined walks and architectural wonders dating back to some 200 years. Then, there is also the American Museum of Natural History, featuring the bones of creatures that you can hardly believe existed. Some popular attractions of the state are the Statue of Liberty, Yankee Stadium, Empire State Building, and Times Square. The outskirts of NYC consist of natural areas and bucolic small town. One worth a visit is Cooperstown, home to the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Interesting Facts About New YorkThe Empire State Building was the world’s tallest structure since its construction in 1931, until 1972. Also, the ‘delicatessens,’ or ‘delis,’ as they are more commonly referred to, were started by the Eastern European Jewish communities in New York City.
|County Name||Population||Area (sq. mi.)|
|Albany County Map||294,565||523.45|
|Allegany County Map||49,927||1030.22|
|Bronx County Map||1,332,650||42.03|
|Broome County Map||200,536||706.82|
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|1||Saratoga National Historical Park||3,392 acres (5.3 square mi)||Jun 1, 1938||Stillwater, Saratoga County, New York, USA|
|2||Women's Rights National Historical Park||6.83 acres (27,600 square meter)||Dec 28, 1980||Seneca County, New York, USA|
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Last Updated on: November 28, 2019