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New York City

How much do you know about the Big Apple?

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How much do you know about the Big Apple?

1. New York City is home to the country's largest zoo, which features more than 4,000 animals. What is the name of the zoo?

  • Central Park Zoo.
  • Bronx Zoo.
  • Prospect Park Zoo.
  • The Buffalo Zoo.

2. The New York Aquarium is located in which New York City borough?

  • Queens.
  • Bronx.
  • Brooklyn.
  • Manhattan.

3. In 2007, what contemporary art museum opened their new venue on Bowery Street in Manhattan?

  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
  • The Museum of Modern Art.
  • Chelsea Art Museum.
  • The New Museum.

4. What stadium located in Flushing, Queens, is home to the New York Mets?

  • Yankee Stadium.
  • Ebbets Field.
  • Polo Grounds.
  • Shea Stadium.

5. What building was called the "eighth world wonder" when it was built in 1931?

  • Viacom Building.
  • Worldwide Plaza.
  • Empire State Building.
  • Time-Warner Building.

6. What famous statue was shipped from France in 350 pieces and assembled in New York?

  • Civic Fame.
  • Statue of Liberty.
  • Statue of Atlas.
  • Eiffel Tower.

7. What train station in Manhattan, built in 1913, often has art exhibits in a wing called Vanderbilt Hall?

  • Penn Station.
  • Harlem Station.
  • World Trade Center PATH Station.
  • Grand Central Station.

8. What complex of buildings located between 48th St. and 51st St., and Fifth Ave. and the Avenue of the Americas was built between 1931 and 1939?

  • Rockefeller Center.
  • Radio City Music Hall.
  • Madison Square Garden.
  • Central Park.

9. Where were immigrants entering the United States through the port of New York medically and legally inspected?

  • New York City Hall.
  • Statue of Liberty.
  • Ellis Island.
  • The Algonquin.

10. What museum in Manhattan, which features 45 permanent exhibition halls, also publishes 10 magazine issues every year?

  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
  • Guggenheim Museum.
  • The Frick Collection.
  • American Museum of Natural History.

1. New York City is home to the country's largest zoo, which features more than 4,000 animals. What is the name of the zoo?
Bronx Zoo.

2. The New York Aquarium is located in which New York City borough?
Brooklyn.

3. In 2007, what contemporary art museum opened their new venue on Bowery Street in Manhattan?
The New Museum.

4. What stadium located in Flushing, Queens, is home to the New York Mets?
Shea Stadium.

5. What building was called the "eighth world wonder" when it was built in 1931?
Empire State Building.

6. What famous statue was shipped from France in 350 pieces and assembled in New York?
Statue of Liberty.

7. What train station in Manhattan, built in 1913, often has art exhibits in a wing called Vanderbilt Hall?
Grand Central Station.

8. What complex of buildings located between 48th St. and 51st St., and Fifth Ave. and the Avenue of the Americas was built between 1931 and 1939?
Rockefeller Center.

9. Where were immigrants entering the United States through the port of New York medically and legally inspected?
Ellis Island.

10. What museum in Manhattan, which features 45 permanent exhibition halls, also publishes 10 magazine issues every year?
American Museum of Natural History.

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