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  1. New York City - Wikipedia

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    New York City (NYC), often simply called New York, is the most populous city in the United States.With an estimated 2019 population of 8,336,817 distributed over about 302.6 square miles (784 km 2), New York City is also the most densely populated major city in the United States.

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  2. Nova Iorque – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    Nova Iorque é uma cidade altamente ativa. Na linguagem americana, "em um minuto nova-iorquino" ("in a New York minute") significa "imediatamente". Os residentes da região metropolitana de Nova Iorque geralmente referem-se a ela através de expressões como "A Cidade" ("The City") e o acrônimo "NYC" (uma abreviação de "New York City"). [290]

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  3. New York City's role as the top global center for the advertising industry can be seen with "Madison Avenue". The city's fashion industry has about 180,000 employees with $11 billion in annual wages. Chocolate is New York City's biggest specialty-food export, with up to $234 million worth of exports each year.

  4. History of New York City - Wikipedia

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    The "Sons of Liberty" campaigned against British authority in New York City, and the Stamp Act Congress of representatives from throughout the Thirteen Colonies met in the city in 1765 to organize resistance to Crown policies. The city's strategic location and status as a major seaport made it the prime target for British seizure in 1776. General George Washington lost a series of battles from which he narrowly escaped, and the British Army occupied New York and made it their base on the contine

    The area that eventually encompassed modern day New York was inhabited by the Lenape people. These groups of culturally and linguistically related Native Americans traditionally spoke an Algonquian language now referred to as Unami. Early European settlers called bands of Lenape by the Unami place name for where they lived, such as "Raritan" in Staten Island and New Jersey, "Canarsee" in Brooklyn, and "Hackensack" in New Jersey across the Hudson River from Lower Manhattan. Some modern place name

    The first European visitor to the area was Giovanni da Verrazzano, an Italian in command of the French ship La Dauphine in 1524. It is believed he sailed into Upper New York Bay, where he encountered native Lenape, returned through the Narrows, where he anchored the night of Apri

    The first Dutch fur trading posts and settlements were in 1614 near present-day Albany, New York, the same year that New Netherland first appeared on maps. Only in May 1624, the Dutch West India Company landed a number of families at Noten Eylant off the southern tip of Manhattan

    On August 27, 1664, four English frigates under the command of Col. Richard Nicolls sailed into New Amsterdam's harbor and demanded New Netherland's surrender, as part of an effort by king Charles' brother James, Duke of York, the Lord High Admiral to provoke the Second Anglo-Dut

    This period started with the 1855 inauguration of Fernando Wood as the first mayor from Tammany Hall, an Irish immigrant-supported Democratic Party political machine that dominated local politics throughout this period and into the 1930s. Public-minded members of the old merchant

    From 1890 to 1930, the larger cities were the focus of national attention. The skyscrapers and tourist attractions were widely publicized. Suburbs existed, but they were largely bedroom communities for commuters to the central city. San Francisco dominated the West, Atlanta domin

    Returning World War II veterans and immigrants from Europe created a postwar economic boom. Demands for new housing were aided by the G.I. Bill for veterans, stimulating the development of huge suburban tracts in eastern Queens and Nassau County. The city was extensively photogra

  5. New York City – Wikipedia

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    So registriert New York City jährlich fast 60 Millionen Gäste, davon über 12 Millionen aus dem Ausland (hauptsächlich aus Kanada und Großbritannien), darunter 632.000 Besucher aus Deutschland. Dabei profitiert New York City durch die Ausgaben der Urlauber in Höhe von rund 42 Milliarden US-Dollar (alle Tourismus-Angaben Stand 2015).

  6. New York City Football Club – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    O New York City Football Club é um time de futebol profissional dos Estados Unidos com sede na cidade de Nova Iorque que joga na Major League Soccer.O New York City Football Club foi anunciado como o 20º clube da liga americana em 21 de maio de 2013.

  7. COVID-19 pandemic in New York City - Wikipedia

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    New York City issued new commuter guidelines following the start of the outbreak, asking sick individuals to stay off public transit, and encouraging citizens to avoid densely packed buses, subways, and trains. Beginning March 25, service on buses, subways, and commuter rail was reduced due to decreased ridership.

  8. New York City FC - Wikipedia

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    New York City played its first game in 2015, as the twentieth overall expansion team of the league; it is the first franchise to be based in the city, and the second in the New York metropolitan area, after the New York Red Bulls, with whom they contest the Hudson River Derby. Since 2015, the club have played at Yankee Stadium in The Bronx.

  9. New City, New York - Wikipedia

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    New City is a hamlet and census-designated place in the town of Clarkstown, Rockland County, New York, United States, part of the New York Metropolitan Area. An affluent suburb of New York City, the hamlet is located 18 miles north of the city at its closest point, Riverdale, Bronx. Within Rockland County, New City is located north of Bardonia, northeast of Nanuet, east of New Square and New Hempstead, south of Garnerville and Haverstraw village, and west, straight across Lake DeForest, of Conge

    New City is located at 41°8′44″N 73°59′42″W / 41.14556°N 73.99500°W / 41.14556; -73.99500. New City is accessible from major Rockland arteries providing rapid access to Bergen County, New Jersey, Westchester County, New York, Manhattan, and the Bronx in New York City.

    Before the Revolutionary War, the land that would later become known as New City was inhabited mostly by Lenni Lenape American Indians. The Dutch were the first Europeans to settle in the area. Orange County was established in 1683 as one of the first 12 counties in Province of New York, which included present day Rockland County. In 1780, Major Andre and Josh Hett Smith stopped at Coe's Tavern, located on what is now the corner of New Hempstead Road and Route 45. New City was formed in 1798, wh

    New City has experienced rapid development, increasing by over 35 times in population between 1950 and 1980, yielding a wealthy stable tax base. The downtown area is the county seat, and one of the main business districts in the county, and attracts a large daytime population of workers, residents, and visitors. The neighborhoods towards the center of town are mostly middle class. Located within walking distance from most of New City's main attractions, these neighborhoods are more densely popul

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