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New York is a Mid-Atlantic U. S. state bordered by three New England states, Canada, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.    Though the city houses the densely populated cultural and financial capital of the world, New York City, the majority of the land in New York is dominated by meadows, forests, rivers, farms, mountains, and lakes.  The Hudson River flows from north to south through eastern New York, originating in the Adirondack Mountains, flowing through the Hudson Valley, and eventually draining into the Atlantic Ocean, between New York City and Jersey City.

New York mostly has a humid continental climate, heavily influenced by two continental air masses.  The results are mild summers and long, cold winters.  New York's higher education network is made up of an impressive 200 colleges and universities, including a few that have been ranked among the world’s top 35 institutions of higher learning, and these are Columbia University, Cornell University, New York University, and Rockefeller University.  The state capital of Albany is situated on the east bank of the Hudson River.  Some notable people from New York include Robert Downey Jr., Lana Del Rey, Notorious B. I. G., and Donald Trump.

Forty percent of the state’s population is contained in and around New York City, the largest historical gateway for immigration in the nation’s history.  New York City is the world’s most economically powerful city and home to the center for international diplomacy, the United Nation’s Headquarters.  Many well-known landmarks can be found in New York City such as Times Square, the Broadway theater District, and the New York Stock Exchange.  The Statue of Liberty is a torch-bearing copper statue on Liberty Island in the New York Harbor that has become a symbol of freedom to the nation as it was one of the first American sights visible to immigrants making their way to the United States by boat.  The statue’s full name is Liberty Enlightening the World, and it was a gift from France, given to America in 1886.

The New York City Subway is the busiest, oldest, most extensive metro system in the world.  Offering services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, the transit system is a necessity in the city that never sleeps. More than 800 languages are spoken in New York City, making it the most linguistically diverse city in the world.  Another iconic location in New York City, Central Park, was the first public landscaped park in of the United States.  Location shoots on the streets of New York total 40,000 annually, including commercials, feature films, television shows and series, music videos and documentaries. Contact Allied today and let us help make your move to New York simple.