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Landmark Structures
This colossal structure is situated in New York Harbor. 
This steel monument is located in Queens' Flushing Meadows - Corona Park. 
This bronze sculpture stands in Manhattan's Financial District. 
This triumphal arch dedicated to the defenders of the Union stands at Brooklyn's Grand Army Plaza. 
Famous Buildings
This 102-story skyscraper is located on Fifth Avenue in Midtown, Manhattan. 
This Art Deco-style skyscraper located on Lexington Avenue in Midtown, Manhattan. 
This supertall structure stands at Fulton Street in Lower Manhattan as the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. 
This Neo-Gothic-style Roman Catholic church is located on Fifth Avenue in Midtown, Manhattan. 
Movies Set in NYC
This 1933 adventure film stars Fay Wray. 
This 1947 Christmas film stars Natalie Wood and Edmund Gwenn. 
This 1972 mafia film stars Marlon Brando. 
This 1973 science fiction film stars Charlton Heston and Edward G. Robinson. 
Sports Teams
The two nicknames for each New York City MLB team. 
The two nicknames for each New York City NFL team. 
The two nicknames for each New York City NBA team. 
The two nicknames for each New York City NHL team. 
The Great White Way
This Andrew Lloyd Webber musical opened and won the Tony Award for Best Musical in 1988. 
This musical opened in 1996 and is based on a play about another large American city. 
This musical opened in 1997 and is based on a Disney film of the same name. 
This Andrew Lloyd Webber musical opened in 1982 and features performers dressed as animals. 
Famous People Born in NYC
This astronomer and cosmologist was born in Brooklyn in 1934. 
This Yankee first baseman was born in Manhattan in 1903. 
This radio host and 'king of all media' was born in Queens in 1954. 
This comedian, actor, and mammoth voice artist was born in Queens in 1957. 
This singer-songwriter and piano man was born in The Bronx in 1949. 
This director and comedic meathead actor was born in The Bronx in 1947. 
Bridges and Tunnels
This bridge, which opened in 1883, was the first steel-wire suspension bridge constructed. 
This double-decked suspension bridge spans The Narrows. 
This set of three tunnels under the Hudson River connects Weehawken, New Jersey to Midtown, Manhattan. 
This double-decked suspension bridge spans the Hudson River and connects Manhattan to Fort Lee, New Jersey. 
This bridge is a complex of three separate bridges connecting the boroughs of Manhattan, Queens, and the Bronx. 
This tunnel crosses under the East River at its mouth connecting Brooklyn with Manhattan. 
TV Series Set in NYC
This NBC sitcom revolves around six companions living in Manhattan (1994-2004). 
This NBC sitcom about nothing is set in an apartment building in Manhattan's Upper West Side (1989-1998). 
This HBO comedy follows the lives and exploits of a group of four women (1998-2004). 
This ABC police procedural drama is set in the fictional 15th Precinct detective squad in Manhattan (1993-2005). 
This AMC period drama is set in a 1960s advertising agency on Madison Avenue (2007-2015). 
This CBS sitcom follows the lives of two married couples living in a run-down Brooklyn apartment (1955-1956). 
To the Streets
This neighborhood, the Bohemian capital, is situated on the west side of Lower Manhattan. 
This neighborhood on the West Side of Midtown, Manhattan has a particularly gritty reputation. 
This 33 mile long road runs from Bowling Green in Manhattan, through the Bronx, and terminates in Westchester County. 
This residential neighborhood in Queens is known for its tradition of tennis. 
This neighborhood in southwestern Brooklyn is known for its Little Italy and Chinatown. 
This 10 mile long road runs from the Manhattan Bridge through all of Brooklyn, connecting it to Rockaway in Queens. 
MTA NYC Subway
This large train station, built in 1919, acts as the railroad-south terminus for the D, F, N, and Q trains in Brooklyn. 
This large train station in Midtown, Manhattan has more platforms than any other station in the world. 
This always busy train station opened in 1905 to serve the Financial District in Lower Manhattan. 
This station opened in 1940, services Midtown, Manhattan and Radio City Music Hall with the B, D, F, and M trains. 
This station complex underneath a Midtown bus terminal is one of the busiest in the system, served by the 1, 2, 3, 7, S, A, C, E, N, Q, R, and W trains. 
This express station is known for its connections to the Long Island Railroad, New Jersey Transit, and Amtrak. 

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