State of New York: travel in the state capital Albany
What to see in the State of New York, what to include and what to borders, where it is, general information on the territory.
Guide New York
New York is one of the fifty states in which are divided the United States of America. Contrary to what you might think, the capital of this state is not New York City, which is the city with the largest number of inhabitants, but Albany.
The state of New York is located in the north-east of the United States, bordering Canada, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. To the north are located the Catskills and the Adirondacks, the Finger Lakes and Lake Champlain, George, and Oneida.
As for the component river, the most important rivers are Delaware, Genesee, the Hudson, the Mohawk and the Susquehanna. The top of the highest mountain is Mount Marcy. About the economy of this state should be noted that among the agricultural sectors are developed to dairy, livestock farming, vegetables and fruit.
Among the industrial sectors stands publishing, the production of scientific instruments, electrical equipment, machinery and chemicals.
What to see in the state of New York
New York is the main financial center of the United States and is the home of Wall Street, the New York Stock Exchange located in Manhattan. In the southern part of the state are the suburbs of New York and the Hudson River Valley, which are the core of Megalopolis, ie the union of metropolitan areas between the northern suburbs of Boston and the southern suburbs of Washington.
Megalopolis consists populous urban areas near the coast, which are distinguished mainly by the services sector, the commercial areas, financial centers, educational facilities, publishing houses and government buildings.
The remainder of Megalopolis also includes farms, forests, rivers, mountains, lakes and parks, including the ‘Adirondack State Park which is the largest in the United States. A major tourist attraction in the area is made from Niagara Falls placed between Lake Erie and Lake Ontario.
In the eastern part of the state flows instead the Hudson River. The northern part of Lake George joins with Lake Champlain that extends beyond the borders with Canada. Manhattan, Staten Island and Long Island districts are located on islands. In the state of New York is the State University of New York System while in the city of the same name is the City University of New York.