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#1. I was founded by Alexander Hamilton with about US$10,000 from a group of investors in the autumn of 1801. In 1993 I was purchased for the second time by Rupert. What am I? T– — —- —-?”

#2. I was completed in 1883. I connect two New York City boroughs. I am 5,989 feet (1825 m) long and 85 feet (26 m) wide. What am I? ——– ——

#3. Unscramble these three New York attractions Ndgar Nctaelr Tiotnas Uneimgeghg Emmusu Rrlkelceeof Ecnter

#4. What are the five boroughs? M——– T– B—- B——- Q—– S—– I—–

#5. Who became New York mayor in 1994? R—— G——-

#6. What is the Federal Aviation Administration three letter code used to identify LaGuardia Airport?

#7. Who is buried in Grants tomb and was never the president of the United States?

#8. What New York mobster was known as The Teflon Don because the majority of attempts to convict him resulted in either a hung jury or an acquittal?

#9. I am a maximum security prison in Ossining New York. New York criminals would travel up the Hudson River to me leading to the saying “being sent up the river” to mean going to prison. S— —-

#10. In the world of shipping, what does PANYNJ stand for?

#11. I’m 1.5 miles (2.4 km) long and pass under the Hudson River. I was designed by Ole Singstad. My construction began in 1934 and I opened in 1937. What am I? ——- ——

#12. Its name is synonymous to a home for flowers, but The Titans, The City Hawks, and the Knights have all found it to be home. [——- —— ——]

#13. Every year you can visit this location to see a ball drop.

#14. 40 years after the Eiffel Tower, it held the title of the tallest building by reaching 48 feet above its predecessor? [The C——- B——-]

#15. A French debut unlike any other, found this famous landmark to be a welcome to all? [— —— — ——-]

#16. 1913 found this to be the towering envy of the world, though it’s heightened title stolen it still remains a favourite site on the New York City skyline. [The W——– Building]

#17. From 1892-1924, Ellis Island in New York Bay was the United States’ largest [-mm——–] station.

#18. Which New York City tabloid that once had the largest circulation of any newspaper in the US was founded in 1919 by Joseph Medill Patterson? [New York —– —-]

#19. The official residence of the mayor of New York City is [G—– M——].

#20. The Lincoln Tunnel under the [—-on] River connects New York City to Weehawken, New Jersey?

#21. The Guggenheim Museum in New York City, which opened in 1959, was designed by architect [—– Ll— —–t].



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