The Quiz on New York City

Answer these questions and groups on NYC
1 in the metropolitan area
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Last updated: July 8, 2015
First submittedJanuary 9, 2013
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Tallest Buildings
One World Trade Center
432 Park Avenue
Empire State Building
Bank of America Tower
Chrysler Building
New York Times Building
 
Museums on Museum Mile
El Museo del Barrio
Museum of the City of New York
Jewish Museum
Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution
National Academy Museum
Solomon R Guggenheim Museum
Neue Galerie New York
Goethe-Institut
Metropolitan Museum of Art
 
Largest Trading Companies Based
in New York City
JP Morgan Chase & Co.
Citigroup
Verizon Communications
American International Group
Pfizer
 
Rivers Around Manhattan
East River
Harlem River
Hudson River
Question
Answer
Which street is the center of the Fincical Center?
Wall Street
What was the original name of New York?
New Amsterdam
What is the theater district of New York?
Broadway
What is New York's largest sports arena?
Madison Square Garden
Who is the mayor of New York?
Michael Bloomberg
Which hurricane hit New York in 2011?
Hurricane Irene
What is somebody from New York called?
New Yorker
Which city did New York overtake to be the largest city in the world?
London
 
 
Number Name
Alternative Name
4th Avenue
Park Avenue
6th Avenue
Avenue of the Americas
7th Avenue
Adam Clayton Powell Jr Boulevard
9th Avenue
Columbus Avenue
10th Avenue
Amsterdam Avenue
 
 
Sport Leagues
Team
National League Baseball
New York Yankees
National League Baseball
New York Mets
National Football League
New York Giants
National Football League
New York Jets
National Basketball Association
Brooklyn Nets
National Basketball Association
New York Knicks
Major League Soccer
New York Red Bulls
National Hockey League
New York Rangers
National Hockey League
New York Islanders
Boroughs
The Bronx
Brooklyn
Manhattan
Queens
Staten Island
 
International Airports1
John F Kennedy
Newark Liberty
LaGuardia
 
Largest Parks
Pelham Bay Park
Greenbelt
Flushing Meadows - Corona Park
Van Cortlandt Park
Central Park
 
Stock Exchanges
NYSE
NASDAQ
 
World Heritage Sites
Statue of Liberty
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Level 55
Jun 25, 2012
Very fun quiz! Maybe add NHL teams too? Also, it'd be great if some shorter versions of answers were accepted, e.g., Wall St., Citi, Chase, etc.
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Level 58
Oct 12, 2012
You spelled Financial Center wrong. And New York is not the largest city in the world.
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Level 71
Nov 14, 2012
But when it was the largest it passed London to achieve that status. So it's a fair, but not obvious, question.
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Level 71
Nov 23, 2012
You spelled original wrong too. And why isn't Metropolitan good enough for the Metropolitan Museum of Art?
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Level 44
Feb 25, 2013
La Guardia is NOT an international airport. It services domestic flights only. This answer should be removed.
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Level 65
Aug 6, 2015
I flew in and out of LGA from/to Ottawa last March.
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Level 55
Jun 27, 2013
I agree with the shorter forms. Probably need to include new One WTC tower. Also, Newark Liberty airport is located in NJ, not in NYC. Should the question read, airports servicing NYC?
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Level 17
Dec 13, 2013
Yeah It seriously annoyed me that the WTC was not included in the tallest buildings. Overall the category for airports might could be changed as Newark is not technically in New York City but it is considered a NYC airport since it mainly serves traffic for NYC and is owned and operated by the Port Authority and La Guardia is not an international airport. I think the category should just be called "Major Airports"
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Level 61
Jul 10, 2013
The New York Yankees are an American League team
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Level 65
Aug 6, 2015
Agree technically. But the "Major League Baseball" brand is really being pushed, s maybe just call them MLB teams?
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Level 47
Dec 16, 2013
Updated
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Level 72
Jan 1, 2014
"Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard" was not enough? Also, I spelled VanCortlandt correctly several times, but it would not take it.
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Level 47
Jan 2, 2014
Fixed
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Level 65
Sep 18, 2015
"neue" should be enough for the neue galerie. Also, AIG should be accepted for american international group.
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Level 59
Jul 21, 2016
Sorry but I've been an NYC tour guide for fourteen years and I have to make some points: You didn't include the Frick Collection on Museum Mile. You said largest TRADING companies in New York. This is misleading since Verizon and Pfizer aren't TRADING companies, they're TRADED companies. 4th, 7th, 9th and 10th Avenues are not "alternately known" as the names you put down, they eventually become those avenues.
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Level 72
Jul 21, 2016
This particular quiz will have to be continually updated due to our large number of new superscrapers being built all over town. The list as it stands is currently off - 3 World Trade has topped out and is now in the 5th tallest, knocking the New York Times building off this list of 6 tallest. It won't be on for long, as 111 W.57th (at 1428ft) and 30 Hudson Yards (at 1287) will knock 3 World Trade and the venerable Chrysler Building off the list, while moving into 3rd and 4th place - bumping the Empire State and Bank of America to 5th and 6th. When (and if - they've put a "pause" on construction) Central Park Tower tops out in the next year or so, at 1550, Bank of America will be off this list, and for the first time since 1931, the Empire State Building will NOT BE IN THE TOP 5 tallest buildings in NYC. And I'm with NCsupercade - first of all, only tourists EVER refer to 6th Avenue as "Avenue of the Americas". 7th, 9th and 10th as stated become those streets on the Upper West Side.
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Level 72
Jul 21, 2016
Oh, and lest you think we're all too picky here in Nu Yawk, in case no one else has said so - this is a VERY GOOD QUIZ. Kudos to you. Because The City changes so much - and right now so quickly - unlike most quizzes this one will always need updating. You've taken on a bit of a chore! But thank you for your salute to a great city!
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Level 37
Nov 2, 2017
When you ask for the original name of a place, you should ACCEPT the original name. New York was originally Nieuw Amsterdam, not New Amsterdam.
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Level 82
Aug 10, 2018
Update with New York City FC
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Level 37
Feb 25, 2019
6th Avenue (aka: Lenox Ave in Harlem) = Malcolm X Boulevard 8th Avenue has become Frederick Douglas Boulevard