Wednesday, September 22, 2021

NYC Trivia Questions and Answers

NYC Trivia Questions and Answers are all filled with fun and engaging questions about the most famous and populous city of the U.S.A.

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Q1. New York City is also known as __________.
the Big Apple
Big D
City of Big Ease
Beehive Of Industry

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Q2. In ________ the New York subway begin operating.
1902
1903
1904
1905

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Q3. Name the river that is in NYC.
East River
Muddy River
They Are Not Split
Charles River

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Q4. ____________ is the area of New York.
993.1 km²
783.8 km²
232.1 km²
226.2 km²

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Q5. Can you tell established year of New York?
1614
1819
1833
1820

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Q6. Which Europeans were the first to settle the NYC area?
English
French
Dutch
None

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Q7. Which iconic NYC structure was built in 1931?
Empire State Building
Holland Tunnel
Museum of Modern Art
None

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Q8. Do you know the Boston Post Road connected NYC to which other city?
Providence
New Haven
Boston
Texas

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Q9. Do you know, what caused massive rioting in 1863?
Organized crime
Conscription
Oppressive economic conditions
None

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Q10. The Bowery Boys gang was largely made up of which group of men?
Policemen
Firefighters
Politicians
None

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Q11. In which year did the famous Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade begin?




1893
1949
1950
1924

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Q12. Can you name the organization which was founded in 1878?




Metropolitan Opera Company
Art Students League of New York
New York Symphony Society
None

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Q13. In which year did the city's Metropolitan Museum of Art open?
1899
1980
1910
1872

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Q14. NYC is home to the country's largest zoo, which features more than 4,000 animals. Do you know the name of the zoo?
Bronx Zoo
Central Park Zoo
Prospect Park Zoo
None

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Q15. What stadium located in Flushing, Queens, is home to NY Mets?
Ebbets Field
Polo Grounds
Shea Stadium
None

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Q16. What building was called the "eighth world wonder" when it was built in 1931?
Empire State Building
Viacom Building
Time Warner Building
Worldwide Plaza

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Q17. Which famous statue was shipped from France in 350 pieces and assembled in New York?
Statue of Atlas
Civic Fame
Statue of Liberty
Eiffel Tower

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Q18. Where were immigrants entering the USA through the port of New York medically and legally inspected?
New York City Hall
Ellis Island
The Algonquin
None

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Q19. What was the other name given to the World Trade Center?
Twin Towers
Twin Building
Twin Stars
None

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Q20. __________ is the what the New Yorkers call the area next to the street, where people walk.
The sidewalk
The pavement
The boardwalk
None of them

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Q21. __________ is the proper name of New York City.
New York City
The City of New York
New Amsterdam
Nutten Island

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Q22. __________ was invented in New York.
Vending machine
Credit Cards
Airplane
Frozen margarita machine

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Q23. _________ boroughs are part of New York City.
5
10
50
100

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Q24. New York is a __________ place to live.
best
safe
average
unsafe

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Q25. ________ is New York's population.
8.419 million
1.331 million
3.1 million
2.71 million

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NYC TRIVIA QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS:

NYC Trivia Questions and Answers are all about the famous city that never sleeps.

ABOUT THE FAMOUS CITY:

Although this city is considered the “most populous city” in the United States, the entire city is suitable for everyone. It is divided into five boroughs: Queens, Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Staten Island. New York is famous all over the world. It has multiple tourists attractions including the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, Wall Street, skyscrapers, and the World Trade Center, and is now called Ground Zero. One of the most famous places in Manhattan is Times Square. The store never closes, so you can buy anything during the day or night.

WHY THIS TRIVIA?

NYC is known to be one of the famous cities in the world, this trivia will help you know more about the populous city.

Our NYC trivia questions and answers are very interesting and engaging.