NEW YORK CITY

come and vist the NYC

Vist the NYC

The city we know as New York is one of the most exciting and vibrant cities in the world. New York is known as a center of finance, entertainment, museums, sports and much more.Learn about the history and land marks like the statue of liberty.Also vist the "big apple'',Shop in huge citys,also dine at the Hard Rock Cafe! Or Enter the world of the unknown at Ripley's Believe It or Not Muesam in Times Square, with hundreds of weird and unusual artifacts.Experience New York City in the winter by ice skating at the Wollman Rink in Central Park.

the city's history

new yorks history

An Italian, Giovanni da Verrazano discovered New York Harbor in 1524.In 1609 an Englishman, Henry Hudson, sailed up the Hudson River.By 1700 New York had a population of almost 5,000 and it continued to grow rapidly.By 1820 New York had become the USA's largest city with a population of 123,000. Sense then the NYC has grow A LOT,and has acheved many things ,so I would go and vist the NYC !

ALL ABOUT THE NYC

state bird

When available, eastern bluebirds nest in old woodpecker holes, hollows of decayed trees, and crevices in rocks. They will readily take to hollows in wooden fence posts or correctly sized and placed nest boxes.Eastern bluebirds eat 70 percent animal and 30 percent vegetables. Animals includes grasshoppers, crickets and katydids, moths and caterpillars. Vegetables they eat are mostly wild fruits.

state tree

The sugar maple was the state tree of New York in 1956. Sometimes called hard maple or rock maple.The sugar maple is one of the largest and more important of the hardwoods. Sap from the trunks of sugar maples are used to make maple syrup. Sugar maple leaves also turn bright colors in Autumn. A Sugar maple tree can live to about 300 to 400 years.

state flower

The Rose was made the New York State flower in 1955

Roses are one of the most popular flowering shrubs of the world.Through all shades of pink to deep red/crimson, lilac, peach,and bright yellow.

BY KATHERINE CLARKSON