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New York City
"Manhattan is an island, rich in history, culture, and cheese-cake."
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What powered the original Central Park Carousel when it opened in 1871?
Where was the Titanic supposed to dock, had she not sunk on her maiden voyage?
12th Avenue Piers
They figured they'd decide when the time came
Which two landmarks in Manhattan go together?
The Chrysler Building and Harlem
The Ritz Theatre and the Holland Tunnel
Lincoln Center and Battery Park
Macy's and Herald Square
Which is true of Washington Square Park?
One cannot see and hear many talented street performers there
It was built on the site of a gallows
Ed Koch was born on its soft, green, lawn
Someone once dug to Chinatown from there
Where is the Flatiron Building?
In Times Square
On Manhattan's northern most point.
At the meeting point of 5th Avenue, Broadway, and 23rd Street
Opposite the Museum of Modern Art
New York was the first capital of the United States.
The Brooklyn Bridge was one of the first suspension bridges ever built and by far the largest at the time and for many years after. It goes from Brooklyn to where?
Back to Brooklyn
Why are the lights on the top of the Empire State Building turned off on foggy nights in spring and fall?
So as not to confuse migrating birds
So as not to confuse already confused tourists
So as not to confuse commuting New Yorkers
So as not to enlighten obtunded beatniks
In 1812, on Manhattan's southern tip, American soldiers in a harbor fortification successfully fought back an attack by which country?
Where in New York can you see a Gutenberg Bible on display?
The New York Public Library
The Museum of Natural History
The Lower East Side
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