How Well Do You Know Manhattan?

You might think you know Manhattan, but do you know it as well as an actual New Yorker? Take these 12 questions and find out if your Manhattan knowledge is up to snuff!
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Manhattan has the largest _____________ population of any city in the world.
Chinese
Puerto Rican
Israeli
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What was Times Square originally called?
Sulzberger Square
York Square
Longacre Square
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Which of these pizzerias is the oldest in Manhattan?
Lombardi's
Grimaldi's
Patsy's
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In 2007, what contemporary art museum opened their new venue on Bowery Street in Manhattan?
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Museum of Natural History
The New Museum
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While in Manhattan, what should you never call Manhattan if you don't want to risk being called a tourist?
Gotham
The Big Apple
The City that Never Sleeps
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Manhattan's first subway was built secretly next to City Hall in what year?
1869
1900
1880
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What is currently the population of Manhattan?
1 million
1.6 million
5 million
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Which of these is a wealthy district in Manhattan?
Lower East Side
Upper East Side
Meatpacking
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How many institutes of higher education does Manhattan boast?
100
200
50
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If everyone lived as densely as they do in Manhattan, the human race could fit in what country?
France
Canada
New Zealand
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How much did Dutch colonists pay for Manhattan?
$1050
$2000
$50
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Hot dog vendors must pay ________to the city a year to operate a single cart in Central Park.
$100,000
$200,000
$300,000
Result
Based on the results of this quiz, you are Manhattan magic! While you may not be the world's foremost expert on this iconic city, you still know more than your fair share. We commend you for taking on this tricky quiz!

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are Manhattan marvelous! When it comes to this urban empire, you sure know your stuff! From Manhattan's most iconic sites to its rich history, you are well versed on this city.

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Based on the results of this quiz you are the Manhattan master! We take it you've spent some time in this amazing city! Whether you live there or have visited on vacation, it's clear that you have a real soft spot for Manhattan and its history. Well done!

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1
Manhattan has the largest _____________ population of any city in the world.
Chinese
Puerto Rican
Israeli
2
What was Times Square originally called?
Sulzberger Square
York Square
Longacre Square
3
Which of these pizzerias is the oldest in Manhattan?
Lombardi's
Grimaldi's
Patsy's
4
In 2007, what contemporary art museum opened their new venue on Bowery Street in Manhattan?
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Museum of Natural History
The New Museum
5
While in Manhattan, what should you never call Manhattan if you don't want to risk being called a tourist?
Gotham
The Big Apple
The City that Never Sleeps
6
Manhattan's first subway was built secretly next to City Hall in what year?
1869
1900
1880
7
What is currently the population of Manhattan?
1 million
1.6 million
5 million
8
Which of these is a wealthy district in Manhattan?
Lower East Side
Upper East Side
Meatpacking
9
How many institutes of higher education does Manhattan boast?
100
200
50
10
If everyone lived as densely as they do in Manhattan, the human race could fit in what country?
France
Canada
New Zealand
11
How much did Dutch colonists pay for Manhattan?
$1050
$2000
$50
12
Hot dog vendors must pay ________to the city a year to operate a single cart in Central Park.
$100,000
$200,000
$300,000