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  • 1. New York Gabriela Blasi Dornelles Júlia Helena Scheeren Martin Gustavo Stacke 8ºAno A
  • 2. This is the Statue of Liberty. It locates at the Liberty Island. It has 93 meters.
  • 3. The Statue of Liberty was inaugurated on October 28, 1886. Start of construction: September 1875
  • 4. This is the Central Park. It has many attractions.
  • 5. The Times Square is an avenue with many restaurants, stores and a big screen.
  • 6. The Mets Stadium has a diamond shape. New York has two baseball teams and this is the better sport in NY.
  • 7. Yankee Stadium is the stadium of the baseball games of the New York Yankees when acting as principal of matches in their city, New York. Replaced the old stadium, Yankee Stadium, which was built in 1923.
  • 8. Address: 1 E 161st St, Bronx, NY 10451,United States Capacity: 50,291 Opened: April 2, 2009 Team: New York Yankees Time: 09:00 to 17:00
  • 9. The Empire State Building is a skyscraper of 102 floors of Art Deco style located at the intersection of 5th Avenue and West 34th Street in New York City. Its name derives from the nickname of New York State.
  • 10. Address: 350 5th Ave, New York, NY 10118, United States Height: 381 m CTBUH Floors: 102 Start of construction: 1929 Area: 8,094 m² Time: 8:00 to 2:00 Function: Skyscraper Architect: William F. Lamb
  • 11. Madison Square Garden, sometimes called simply MSG or The Garden, is a complex of four arenas in the city of New York, United States.
  • 12. Capacity: 18,200 Opened: February 11, 1968
  • 13. The Bridge is a bridge in Brooklyn in New York City, considered one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States, with a length of 1834 m. It is located on the East River, connecting Manhattan and Brooklyn.
  • 14. Address: Brooklyn Bridge, New York, NY, United States Overall length: 1,825 m Start of construction: January 3, 1870 Largest span: 486 m Opened: May 24, 1883 Location: Brooklyn, Manhattan
  • 15. The Brooklyn Nets is a basketball team in the National Basketball Association located in Brooklyn, NY. The team was founded in 1967, by one of the founding members of the American Basketball Association.
  • 16. The New York Jets are a professional American football team located in metropolitan New York, USA but actually playing at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey and trains in Hempstead, New York. Stadium: MetLife Stadium
  • 17. Rangers Football Club is a football club from Glasgow, Scotland, and played in the Scottish Premier League. The Rangers had already won 54 Scottish championships, and had the highest number of trophies in the world. Founded: March 1872 Arena / Stadium: Ibrox Stadium Technical: Ally McCoist Location: Glasgow Training camp: Murray Park Chairman: Graham Wallace Founders: Moses McNeil, Peter Campbell, Peter McNeil, William McBeath
  • 18. The Brooklyn is one of the 62 counties of New York, and one of the five boroughs of New York City.
  • 19. Manhattan is the oldest and most densely populated of the five boroughs that make up New York City.
  • 20. The Bronx is one of 62 counties in New York, and one of the five boroughs of New York City and the only one that is not primarily located on an island. Population: 1.408 million (2012)
  • 21. The New York University is a major private university, headquartered in New York City. Its main campus is situated in the Greenwich Village neighborhood on the island of Manhattan. Founded: 1831
  • 22. NY
  • 23. Curiosities The State of New York is located in the middle Atlantic region of the United States , the most densely populated country . In the state is located the New York City , one of the largest cities and largest financial and commercial center of the world. The capital of the State of New York is Albany, a relatively small city considering the fact that it has fewer than 100,000 inhabitants .
  • 24. The first settlers of the state were the Dutch, who called the city of New Amsterdam.Later , the British conquered the territory and changed its name to the current one. New York is undoubtedly one of the most important state of the American nation. With its 19.4 million inhabitants , it is the third most populous state, behind only California and Texas.
  • 25. The state borders on Lake Erie west , with Canada to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the southeast , as well as the states of Vermont , Massachusetts and Connecticut to the east and Pennsylvania and New Jersey to the south. The climate is temperate in New York , ranging from every region of the state . In New York City , for example , the average is 23 º C in summer and -1 ° C in winter . The State of New York is the most important economic center of the United States . This is probably due to the same reason be the core of a megalopolis extending from Boston to Washington , DC . The New York City headquarters of the largest financial institutions and stock exchanges in the world.
  • 26. Websites: http://www.brasilescola.com/geografia/nova- york.htm Google imagens Wikipédia
  • 27. • Components: Gabriela Blasi Dornelles Júlia Helena Scheeren Martin Gustavo Stacke • Grade: 8ºA • Subject: English • Teacher: Andréa Cristine Haupt • School: E.M.E.F. João Beda Körbes • Year: 2014