More from New York City – A Trivia Game

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Here are some more questions from a board game from the late 1980s called New York   City – A Trivia Game, related to locations in New York City; I’ll post the answers in a few days:

  1. What is the highest point on the Atlantic coast between Maine and Key West?
  2. What is New York’s largest borough?
  3. What building is at the bottom of City Hall Park?
  4. What is New York’s oldest surviving church?
  5. What hotel originally stood at the site of the Empire State Building?

Come back in a few days for the answers…

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My Novels:

Death on Broadway

Death Beneath the Streets

Death in Central Park

Death in The Cloisters (under construction)

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