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    •  
      • New York is located on the east coast of the United States
      • New York’s Capital is Albany and largest city is New York City
      • The flag contains the coat of arms and below the word Excelsior, on a blue background.
      • On the top there’s a bald eagle,
      • used as a national emblem of the United States
      • On the left represent the liberty On the right represents the justice, 
      • the scales and the sword.
      • The motto is Excelsior,  means "always up" or "On top". Refers to the increase and progress of the inhabitants of the state.
      • New York's nickname is the Big Apple, The Empire State. The official language is English
      • The  number of inhabitants is 19,378,102.
      • In New York the top ten countries of origin of immigrants are the Dominican Republic, China, Jamaica, Guyana, Pakistan, Ecuador, Haiti, Trinidad and Tobago, Colombia and Russia.
      • 60.2% are white 
      • 16.3% are Latino or Hispanic
      • 15.5% are black.
      • 6.9% are Asian.
      •   The University of New York has grown to currently with 14 schools and partner institutions. It has 6 major centers in Manhattan and its own facilities in London, Paris, Tel Aviv, Buenos Aires, Florence, Prague, Madrid, Berlin, Accra, and Shanghai.
      • In our opinion we would like to go to foreign universities because it would be a great experience and a great important fact in your resume.
      • There are 3 kinds of Colleges and Universities:
      • New York Colleges
      • New York Business Schools
      • New York Art Schools
      • In New York have been filmed many famous films. It is the second film production center in the United States,after Hollywood
      • The attacks of September 11, 2001 were an important source of inspiration for many directors, who portrayed  both terrorist attacks and their impact on the city and its inhabitants..
      • Sex and the City is a really famous serie and film. Set in New York City, is about the lives and loves of four women who are very good friends, three of which are at the end of thirty years.
      • Literary works, both modern and classic, dealing with New York are numerous. Indeed, as is the case of visual arts, the city of New York was and is a source of inspiration for many writers, both New Yorkers, and those who took the book at city, or took it as a stage in its history . For example: Breakfast at Tiffany's by Truman Capote.
      • In music The music industry is closely related to New York, its neighborhoods, its people. The most famous song is probably "New York, New York", composed by John Kander and later sung by Frank Sinatra. This song praises New York, saying it is the city where everything is possible, thus increasing its attractiveness to the world. Rolling Stones to the city mentioned in the song "Shattered" from the album Some Girls, 1978 .
      • On TV As for the cartoon, Futurama, located in 3000, and shows the city of New New York. It stands on the ruins of Old New York, which is accessed through the sewers, despite being a city other than the New York contemporary, has versions of the most iconic buildings and sites like the Statue Freedom, Other cartoons have translated their characters to the city as in The Simpsons.
      • Many of the most famous artists, directors and producers of film and theater are from New York.
      •    The city of New York has trained several Nobel Prize winners in physics, notably thanks to the Bronx High School of Sciences, as well as the prestigious Columbia University.
      • Among the athletes born in New York find basketball players, baseball players and tennis players
      • Journalism
      • The New York Times  is one of the most widely read newspapers and most prestigious in the world. However, there is only one example of the power of the New York press.
      • Park New York has more than 113 km ² of parks and 22 miles of beaches. Among its green spaces include:
      • Central   Park is located in Manhattan. It is the most visited park in the United States, with about 25 million tourists a year, and appears in numerous films and television programs, which also has become one of the most famous urban parks.
      • Tourism is one of the main economic activities of the city, as it is crossed by 40 million local and foreign tourists every year. 
      • The main destinations include the Empire State Building, Ellis Island, Broadway theater productions. 
      • The luxury shopping on Fifth Avenue and Madison. Other new attractions are four artificial waterfalls and impressive with a height of 30 to 40 meters. These artificial waterfalls are located in the East River and can be seen from the ground and also from boats.
      • The Metropolitan Museum of Art is the most famous of Manhattan. With more than two million works. Other museums, scattered throughout the city also offered general art collections.
      • In the area of science and technology are the New York Hall of Science, the Skyscraper Museum, however, the most prestigious is the American Museum of Natural History with its 32 million specimens and objects as well as the planetarium