New York City

By: Charisma Battle

Introduction

America biggest, most exciting, business cultural capital. It pulls the best and brightest future from corner to corner. A cleaner, brighter, and safer New York is attracting to people from around the world.

Population

New York population was 8.406 million in 2013.

The population increased 52,700 between 2013 to 2014.

If its population keeps its pace, it will reach the estimate they got for 2020 by early 2016.

About 800 languages are spoken in New York. That's what make it the most diverse city.

The world two largest stock exchange. Over 120 colleges and university.

They estimated population density of 28,053 in 2015.

Total Population: 8,213,839

Climate(weather)/ Time

During winter the temperate is below the coldest temperate in January and February.

In the northern fringe of New York they have a humid-subtropical-climate.

During summer its hot from June to August statewide.

New York has eastern time which means its 1 hour ahead of Alabama.

There's about 234 days of sunshine.

Time Square

Time Square is a commercial intersection that's major and neighborhoods in the midtown, Manhattan, New York city.

This is a world most visited place where tourist attracts to.

About 330,000 people walk through time square daily.

The annual ball dropped began December 31, 1907 which proceeds today.

Extra facts

Country: U.S.A

Continent: North America

Capital: Albany

Currency: U.S. dollar

New York is the 27th biggest state in the U.S.

Its is located in the northeastern part of the U.S.

New York length boundary is 2,300 km

6 American states bound New York- New jersey, Pennsylvanian, Rhode island, Connecticut ,Vermont,and Massachusetts.

Quebec and Ontario are also bounded by New York.

Language:

English:72%

Spanish:14%

Others:14%

Conclusion

I hope if you got to New York City you will have fun and enjoy it. You should have learned a lot about this place that has a lot of impact on Americans. Hopefully you can use this information off this flyer.