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New York City pop quiz

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NY-Q13. How many floors in Empire State Building, NY?
a. 86
b. 1931
c. 102 above ground
d. 108 inflation adjusted

NY-Q14. What is the oldest surviving building in Manhattan, NY?
a). Fraunces Tavern in Lower Manhattan
b). Tavern on the Green in Central Park
c). Pieter Claesen Wyckoff House in Brooklyn
d). John Bowne House in Flushing
e). Chrysler Building

NY-Q15. New York City has been metaphorically referred to as "Bagdad-on-the-Subway" by whom?
a). King George III
b). Alexander Hamilton
c). American writer William Sydney Porter (O.Henry)
d). Russian-American writer Vladimir Nabokov
e). NY Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia

Afterwords

New York City is considered the miracle of the world, or the capital of the world, or both. Check your knowledge/understanding of the "City-that-never-sleeps".
...and the correct answers are: (c), (a) and (c)

Copyright© 2014 Alexander Bell

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