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The Thousand Islands are a huge group of islands which rest in the St. Lawrence Seaway, which is both an important trade route and the border of U.S. and Canada!
The Adirondack Mountains are one of New York´s most beautiful natural areas. Learn more about traveling to and living in the Adirondacks!
The Capital region, or the region around Albany, New York, is an often-neglected area for tourists. There are so many wonderful things to see and do here!
From Syracuse east to Schenectady and south the Binghamton, we´ve got it covered. Come on a long!
New York State is home to some of the world´s finest universities, public school districts, and independent schools. Here are profiles and links to some of them.
Here you can read interviews with NYers who have made a living or an extraordinary difference by recycling, re-using and living with vintage, antique or pre-loved items in an effort to gift the earth
All over NYS people are battling to save architectural and natural places for the next generations. Many of these projects are small and may never be heard of outside of the village in which they live
From Albany south through the Catskills and along the Hudson River, this area´s proximity to New York City makes it a popular day-trip destination for city-dwellers, but it´s also home to some of New
The home of New York´s best beaches and many of the most glamorous towns, Long Island is South of New York City and juts out into the Atlantic Ocean.
The Big Apple. The City that Never Sleeps. The World´s Metropolis. Whatever you choose to call it, there´s no arguing that New York is one of the greatest cities in the world.
Restaurants, diners, cafes - hereï¿½s some links to places to eat in New York State.
Great shops and shopping news plus terrific products that we are proud to say were made right here in the Empire State.
New York´s 178 state parks are favorites among tourists and locals alike!
The northwestern corner of New York, where the mighty Niagara River thunders, farmland abounds and the northern canals and river gateways to the Midwest begin!
Westchester County is rich with culture, heritage, and natural beauty. Its 500 square miles span east from the Hudson River to Connecticut and the Long Island Sound and north from the Bronx to Putnam
From Rochester west to Niagara Falls and south through the Finger Lakes, Western New York State offers a beauty all its own. Take a look!
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