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Seal, Flag "Sigillum Civitatis Novi Eboraci" means Seal of the City of New York. Flag colors are the same as those of the flag of the United Netherlands in use in the year sixteen hundred twenty-five.
Fruit New York designated the apple as official state fruit in 1976. New York is the second largest apple producing state in the United States, averaging 25 million bushels of production annually.
Nicknames The big apple The city that never sleeps
Population -19,465,197 in 2009 Land area in square kilometers - 900 26,000 people live in each square mile
Boroughs Manhattan Brooklyn Queens The Bronx Staten Island
The Empire State Building, 1931
11 FASCINATING FACTS ABOUT THE EMPIRE STATE BUILDING 1. 10 million: the number of bricks in the Empire State Building. 2. 410: the number of days it took to build the Empire State Building. 3. 45: the number of seconds it takes to ride the elevator from the lobby to the 80th floor of the Empire State Building. 4. 4: the number of months (from June to September, 1931) that the 102nd floor of the Empire State Building operated as an Air blimp terminal. 5. 9 minutes, 33 seconds: the time it took Paul Crake (winner of the 2003 ESB Run-Up) to race up the 1,576 stairs that lead from the lobby to the 86th floor in the Empire State Building, the fastest time to date. 6. $550 million: the cost of the renovation the Empire State Building is currently undergoing, with $120 million utilized in an effort to transform the building into a more energy efficient and eco-friendly structure. 7. 102: the number of floors in the Empire State Building. 8. 2,768,591 sq ft (257,211 m2): the total floor area within the Empire State Building. 9. 1,454 ft (443.2 m): the height of the Empire State Building to the antenna spire; 1,250 ft (381.0 m) to the roof; 1,224 ft (373.2 m) to the top floor. 10. $40,948,900: the cost to build the Empire State Building. 11. November 17, 1982: date the Empire State Building was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Rockefeller Center, 1930
Broadway – ‘the crossroads of the world’
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