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New York City by Picture

Can you identify these sights you might see around New York City?
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Last updated: March 12, 2018
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statue
building
tall building
intersection
park
building
bridge
bridge
museum
building
train station
building complex
Rockefeller Center
building
neighborhood
park
Coney Island
Flushing Meadows
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level 79
Mar 11, 2018
Doesn't seem like Day After Tomorrow is a particularly popular movie here.
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level 68
Mar 11, 2018
Easy peasy
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level 52
Mar 11, 2018
Please accept some alternate spellings for Rockefeller, I tried Rockafella, Rockerfella among others before just giving up, assuming I was wrong! As a brit I've heard of it and seen it but never had to spell it out!
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level 78
Mar 11, 2018
You can just look up the correct spelling if you need to.
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level 46
Aug 5, 2018
You can look up all the answers if you need to, but that what would be the point of doing a quiz?
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level 57
Mar 11, 2018
Please accept GCT for Grand Central. It's a pretty common way of referring to it in the city and its suburbs.
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level ∞
Mar 12, 2018
GCT will work now
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level 77
Mar 12, 2018
Could you accept Centre for Center?
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level 69
Mar 13, 2018
Only if it was in Canada.
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level 74
Aug 5, 2018
Aren't you from Centreville?
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level 59
Aug 5, 2018
Visited New York, it's incredible! Mindblowing. A little bit different to New Zealand...
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level 55
Aug 6, 2018
No roving orc armies or wizards with questionable Middle Earth allegiances to worry about. Unfortunately, no giant eagles to rescue you from certain peril either. But the subway runs 24 hours a day, so at least there's that.
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level 50
Aug 5, 2018
Missed Times Square because I always thought it was Time Square!
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level 74
Aug 5, 2018
Never heard of the triangle-shaped building, and I've driven past the World's Fair globe, but had no idea what the meadow was called. I'm American and I've been to lots of US cities but I agree with Kiwiquizzer, New York is incredible, especially to this wide-eyed farm gal.
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level 65
Aug 5, 2018
I have to admit, I only got the Public Library because in the picture it has "The New York Pu" at the top. If that picture was cropped slightly more I would guess it would be quite a bit tougher.
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level 40
Aug 5, 2018
I agree. I go to NYC a lot and lots of old buildings look like that, but the “Pu" gives it away.
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level 67
Aug 5, 2018
Agreed. I thought it might be the Met at first and never would have guessed the library if I hadn't noticed "New York Pu..." on the picture.
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level 48
Aug 5, 2018
Isn't the New York Public library where Ray, Eon, and company tried to "Get her?"
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level 75
Aug 6, 2018
I knew it was from a movie. I tried the Museum of Natural History first. When that didn't work I figured out the correct answer on my next guess.
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level 48
Aug 5, 2018
A couple of these (the library and the Guggenheim) are given away as you can make out the writing on the photo. I knew the library anyway but struggled with the museum until I realised I could see part of the name on the side of the building.
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level 55
Aug 6, 2018
+1 to this comment. Those two bits give away the answers.
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level 63
Aug 7, 2018
I will be the standard bearer for the outer boroughs. There's plenty outside of Manhattan: Verazzano Bridge, bronx zoo, Cloisters, Governers island, Staten island ferry, williamsburg savings bank. Those are the easy ones.
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level 43
Aug 8, 2018
13 out of 15 and I've actually never been into any of the city, only been to the Statue of Liberty.
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level 63
Aug 20, 2018
100%! All this quiz takes is Patience and Fortitude. (Those are the names given to the two stone lions at the NY Public Library don't you know...)