Manhattan's Parks, Playgrounds, Statues and Monuments
#1 – A NYC park was named after a couple who died on the Titanic and once owned the world’s largest department store.
A. Finn Square
B. McCarthy Square
C. Schiff Mall
D. Straus Park
#2 – This Gas House District playground was partly named after a sachem of Tammany Hall who in 1924 had a flagpole dedicated to him in Union Square.
A. McCaffrey Playground
B. Murphy’s Brother’s Playground
C. Quisqueya Playground
D. Vincent F. Albano Jr. Playground
#3 – What park above the curve of the B, D and F train at 6th Avenue and West Houston is named for a lifelong Villager who represented lower NYC from 1955 – 1990?
A. Corporal John A. Seravalli Playground
B. Father Fagan Park
C. Ken De Groat Ballfield
D. William F. Passannante Ballfield
#4 – Which park was named after a partner who first co-owned Yankee Stadium and were the second owners of the Yankees? They also bought Babe Ruth’s contract from the Red Sox in 1920 for $100,000.
A. Clement Clarke Moore Park
B. Eugene McCabe Field
C. Peter Detmold Park
D. Ruppert Park
#5 – Name the memorial that was created at West 74th street and Central Park West for a person who became famous on September 13th, 1899?
A. First Traffic Accident Memorial
B. Giuseppe Garibaldi Monument
C. Samuel Sullivan Cox
D. Waldo Hutchins Bench
#6 – This Harlem site was named for the first African American Baptist congregation in the state of NY?
A. Abyssinian Tot Lot
B. Annunciation Park
C. M’Finda Kalunga Garden
D. Samuel Seabury Playground
#7 – Based on folklore from the reputation for a famous persons truth, what was created?
A. Abraham Lincoln Statue
B. Cherry Tree Playground
C. Eternal Light Flagstaff
D. Hare Krishna Tree
#8 – The Daily American was the first African American oriented daily newspaper, that had a playground named for its founder.
A. Booker T. Washington Playground
B. James Weldon Johnson Playground
C. Martin Luther King Playground
D. William McCray Playground
#9 – This site by the Roosevelt Island Aerial Tramway Tower is named as a protective measure to warn high-rise building developers not to mess with it?
A. 24 Sycamores Playground
B. Cherry Walk
C. Renaissance Playground
D. Time Landscape
#10 – What trapezoidal site with a World War One Doughboy memorial to the memory of local men, was named for the husband of Sir Peter Warren’s eldest daughter Charlotte?
A. 107th Infantry Memorial
B. Abingdon Square Park
C. Chelsea Doughboy Statue
D. Clinton War Memorial
#11 – A NYC fountain also known as Bear and Faun (half man, half goat) was named after a National Highways Protective Association VP who was ironically killed in a 1910 auto accident?
A. Bethesda Terrace and Fountain
B. Hooper Fountain
C. James Fountain
D. Seligman Fountain
#12 – What playground was built on a Revolutionary War battle site, where a mansion became a 1907 restaurant frequented by Cole Porter, George S Kaufman, George M Cohan and James J Walker before burning down in 1950?
A. Casino and Rumsey Playfield
B. Claremont Playground
C. Fort George Playground
D. May Mathews Playground
#13 – A NYC triangle was named for the first African-American military attachi in United States history? This person served in Haiti and Liberia and dies in Nigeria on Jan 8, 1922.
A. Alice Kornegay Triangle
B. Colonel Charles Young Triangle
C. Gustave Hartman Triangle
D. Samuel Marx Triangle
#14 – This playground in De Witt Clinton Park is named after Clinton’s most famous project?
A. Cherry Clinton Playground
B. Renaissance Playground
C. Erie Canal Playground
D. Septuagesimo Uno
#15 – Choose the Riverside Drive monument which was dedicated to Hungary’s independence from Vienna’s Hapsburg Monarchy?
A. Antonin Dvorak Statue
B. Hope Sculpture
C. Lajos Kossuth Monument
D. Trygve Lie Plaza
#16 – One of NYC’s oldest parks (1824), in the early 1900’s was known as Oriental Park. What is the current name of this Lower East Side Park?
A. Ahearn Park
B. Sauer Park
C. Mae Grant Park
D. Straus Square
#17 – The 25th President of the United States had what East Village site named after him?
A. Jackson Square Park
B. Roosevelt Triangle
C. McKinley Playground
D. Thomas Jefferson Park
#18 – What NYC playground is named after the person who made a fortune building apartment houses and theaters like the Apollo?
A. Downing Playground
B. Moore Playground
C. Nathan Straus Playground
D. Sol Bloom Playground
#19 – New York’s first mayor after the Revolutionary War had what park named after him?
A. Dante Park
B. Duane Park
C. Governor Alfred E. Smith Park
D. John Jay Park
#20 – This playground is named after a NYC mayor who was born at 177 Sullivan Street? This NYC mayor also unified the transit system, cracked down on gambling and expanded the parks.
A. Happy Warrior Playground
B. Jacob K. Javits Playground
C. Little Flower Playground
D. Thompson Playground
#21 – The murdered owner of the Second Avenue Deli had this park named after him.
A. Abe Lebewohl Park
B. Gorman Park
C. Peretz Square
D. Steven Perry Grove
#22 – This park also holds the same name as a Lower East Side Church that was named for one of the 12 apostles of Jesus.
A. St. Gregory’s Park
B. St. Nicholas Park
C. St. Vartan Park
D. St. James Square
#23 – What gift to the kids of NYC was commissioned by George Delacorte after characters from writer Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (who used a pseudonym)?
A. Alice in Wonderland Monument
B. Amiable Child Monument
C. Lehman Gates
D. Sculptures at the Zoo
#24 – A 1908 bathhouse (first called the East 23 Street Bathhouse) was renamed after one of NYC’s first civil rights advocats who challenged Peter Stuyvesant on citizenship, the right to bear arms and property ownership?
A. Asser Levy Recreation Center, Pool and Playground
B. Hansborough Recreation Center
C. Highbridge Pool and Recreation Center
D. Sheltering Arms Pool
#25 – This NYC park occupies the highest point of land in NYC (265 feet above sea level) and was used by George Washington in 1776. The park was called Fort Washington and the neighborhood is now called Washington Heights.
A. Bennett Park
B. Hancock Park
C. Isham Park
D. Morningside Park
#26 – This playground was named after a founder of the New York Historical Society, and once was located on the site of his family farm?
A. Bleecker Playground
B. Hamilton Playground
C. Mercer Playground
D. Rivington Street Playground
#27 – What is NYC’s oldest park (1733) and was once the site of the council ground for Native American Indian tribes?
A. Bowling Green
B. Columbus Park
C. Hanover Square
D. Jackson Square Park
#28 – What building is named after the person who helped battle Robert Moses extension of 5th Ave and his Lower Manhattan Expressway? This persons family opened the Vesuvio Bakery on Prince Street.
A. Dr. Thomas Kiel Arboretum
B. Loeb Boat House
C. Tony Dapolito Recreation Center
D. William Earl Dodge
#29 – This NYC park is named after the author of the poem now called The Night Before Christmas.
A. Abingdon Square Park
B. Carl Schurz Park
C. Clement Clarke Moore Park
D. Samuel N. Bennerson Park
#30 – What 1840 park located in Harlem a park (once called Mount Morris Park) was renamed in 1973 for a black nationalist who owned the Black Star Shipping Line?
A. Blake Hobbs Park
B. Johnny Hartman Plaza
C. MacArthur Park
D. Marcus Garvey Park
#31 – Name the NYC park that was once on the site of some of the worst tenements in the famous 5 Points neighborhood.
A. Columbus Park
B. Collect Pond Park
C. Corlears Hook Park
D. Minetta Square
#32 – This playground was named after the youngest person (35 years old) to win the Nobel Peace Prize.
A. Anne Loftus Playground
B. Lillian Wald Playground
C. Martin Luther King Playground
D. Poor Richard’s Playground
#33 – Which downtown NYC park is on the previous site of the old fresh water pond called the Collect?
A. Foley Square
B. Fishbridge Park
C. Grand Canal Courts
D. Hamilton Fish Park
#34 – What playground is named after a sculptor that created monuments for Admiral Farragut, Peter Cooper and General William Tecumseh Sherman?
A. Augustus Saint-Gaudens Playground
B. Howard Bennett Playground
C. Raoul Wallenberg Playground
D. Vesuvio Playground
#35 – This NYC park was named after the first Irish Catholic man to be nominated for the President of the United States, but lost to Herbert Hoover.
A. Clinton Community Garden
B. Governor Alfred E. Smith Park
C. James J. Walker Park
D. Mitchel Square Park
#36 – Name the section of Central Park that was once the site of a reservoir filled in during the 1930’s.
A. Columbus Circle
B. Great Lawn
C. The Pond
D. Seneca Village
#37 – What NYC park has a sculpture and clock with figures of Minerva and two blacksmiths called Stuff and Guff (also called Gog and Magog)?
A. Chelsea Park
B. Chelsea Waterside Park
C. Herald Square
D. Harlem River Park
#38 – This part of Fort Tryon Park is named for the only woman buried in the cemetery at West Point.
A. Dr. Gertrude B. Kelly Playground
B. Loeb Playground
C. Margaret Corbin Circle
D. Mary O’Connor Playground
#39 – What site is a memorial to a not-quite-gone stream that the Native American Indians called Devil’s Water?
A. Minetta Playground
C. Spuyten Duyvil Creek
D. Ten Mile River Playground
#40 – What playground was named after a person who helped bring New York into the automobile era? The person also headed the 1964 World’s fair.
A. Carmansville Playground
B. Dr. Ronald E. McNair Playground
C. Jacob H. Schiff Playground
D. Robert Moses Playground
#41 – Name the NYC park that was named after the philanthropist, industrialist and inventor of jello. Hint, Abraham Lincoln gave his famous anti-slavery speech in his great room.
A. Andrew Haswell Green
B. Montefiore Park
C. Peter Cooper Park
D. Ralph Bunche Park
#42 – This NYC playground is named after one of Benjamin Franklin’s aliases.
A. Anibal Aviles Playground
B. Fred Samuel Playground
C. Poor Richard’s Playground
D. Richard Tucker
#43 – What park is named after the first African American to play in a major league baseball game?
A. Bill Bojangles Robinson Park
B. Jackie Robinson Park
C. Peter Detmold Park
D. Sutton Parks
#44 – The first Labor Day celebration was held in what park?
A. Father Demo Square
B. Sara Delano Roosevelt Park
C. Union Square Park
D. Washington Square Park
#45 – Find the name of the Square that lies in the northern triangle of Times Square.
A. Donnellan Square
B. Father Duffy Square
C. Sir Winston Churchill Square
D. Verdi Square
#46 – What playground is named for the educator and reformer who is considered the Godfather of Basketball?
A. White Playground
B. Luther Gulick Playground
C. Holcombe Rucker Playground
D. Sol Lain Playground
#47 – Fort George and Castle Garden were once on this location which became a public park due to it’s landfill.
A. Battery Park
B. Fort Washington Park
C. Harlem Hybrid
D. Tompkins Square Park
#48 – This Greenwich Village site once had NYC’s only House of Detention for Women on it.
A. Christopher Park
B. Jefferson Market Garden
C. Minetta Green
D. Minetta Triangle
#49 – What NYC park was the winter home for many Native American Indians who lived in it’s caves?
A. Highbridge Park
B. Inwood Hill Park
C. Sutton Place Park
D. Vista Rock & Tunnel
#50 – Name the NYC park that was once part of the Lispenard Swamp that Anthony Rutgers acquired from draining it in 1735.
A. Convent Garden
B. Juan Pablo Duarte Square
C. Riverbank State Park
D. TriBeCa Park
#51 – This playground was named after the third director of the New Netherland Dutch colony.
A. Harlem Lane Playground
B. Jacob Joseph Playground
C. Peter Minuit Playground
D. Tudor Grove Playground
#52 – What playground was named after a legendary observer of nature?
A. Audubon Playground
B. Margaret Mead Green
C. Stanley Isaacs Playground
D. Tecumseh Playground
#53 – Figure out what NYC playground was named after a famous abolitionist slave who married a white woman named Helen Pitts.
A. Baruch Playground
B. Frederick Douglass Playground
C. Martin F. Tanahey Playground
D. White Playground
#54 – Figure out the Lower East Side site that is close to the settlement that was run by Lillian Wald, by combining the street names that are around it.
A. ABC Playground
B. Henry M. Jackson Playground
C. James Madison Plaza
D. Playground 123
#55 – This once underwater parkland was named for the wife of Hendrick Rutgers.
A. Catherine Mall
B. Charlton Plaza
C. Mary Collins Playscape
D. St. Catherine’s Park
#56 – What site shares the same Dutch name as New York States first mental hospital which opened up in Morningside Heights in 1821?
A. Bellevue South Park
B. Bloomingdale Playground
C. Dry Dock Playground
D. Woman’s Health Protective Association Fountain
#57 – Discover the name of a tiny park which serves as an approach to the George Washington Bridge.
A. Fort Washington Link
B. J. Hood Wright Park
C. McNally Plaza
D. Paterno Trivium
#58 – Name the site which is named after the founders of a 1882 bicycle company.
A. Collyer Brothers Park
B. Gutenberg Playground
C. Orville & Wilbur Playground
D. Pelham Fritz Recreation Center
#59 – What NYC historic site that was torn down in 1965, was named after a structure modeled after the Baths built by Roman Emperor Caracalla?
A. The Blockhouse
B. Mayor Wagner Pool
C. Penn South Playground
D. Queensboro Oval
#60 – This east side playground was named after both a peg legged director, and an inventor? Hint, it also has plaques of a rabbit, a pepper picker, a flying lad and the alias of spiderman.
A. Catbird Playground
B. Crack is Wack Playground
C. Netherlands Monument
D. Peter’s Field
#61 – Which of these sites is part of the Vest Pocket program which converts public spaces from vacant lots?
A. Allen Malls
B. Bobby Wagner Walk
C. Scan Community Playground / Sunshine
D. Unity Gardens
#62 – What NYC playground was named for the westward extension of 207th street and a transcendentalist writer and poet?
A. Coleman Square Playground
B. Emerson Playground
C. Payson Playground
D. Ramon Aponte Playground
#63 – Choose the site that is named for the commander of the new Italian Squad who battled the Black Hand (what is today known as the Mafia)? He also tried to warn President McKinley (in vain) about death threats.
A. Desalvio Playground
B. Lieutenant Joseph Petrosino Park
C. P.O. David Willis Basketball Court
D. Theodore Roosevelt Park
#64 – Out of the following answers, what was created by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux?
A. The Blockhouse
B. The Bridges of Central Park
C. Mount Morris Fire Watchtower
D. The Smokehouse
#65 – Name the memorial which was created by an artist known as Marisol. Her real name was Marisol Escobar and she was born in Paris in 1930.
A. American Merchant Mariners’ Memorial
B. Coast Guard Memorial
C. Eleanor Roosevelt Monument
D. Vietnam Veterans Plaza
#66 – What building was used by Germans that were forced into the army by their prince, Frederick II?
A. Asphalt Green
B. The Blockhouse
C. Hessian Hut
D. Johann Von Schiller Monument
#67 – Can you name the location of the 1969 Avant Garde Festival?
A. Bushman Steps
B. Mill Rock Island
C. Randall’s Island
D. Wards Island Park
#68 – The proposed urban community called Litho City was planned for what area?
A. Lafayette Square
B. Paterno Trivium
C. Plaza Lafayette
D. Riverside Park South
#69 – Discover one of the first parts of Central Park to be constructed by Olmsted and Vaux.
A. Belvedere Castle
B. Great Hill
C. The Mall
D. Sheep Meadow
#70 – What Lower East Side site was associated with the American labor movement and the ACW (Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America)?
A. Josephine Shaw Lowell Memorial Fountain
B. Seward Park
C. Sidney Hillman Playground
D. Vladeck Park
#71 – Do you know Manhattan’s oldest surviving house?
A. The Blockhouse
B. Dyckman Farmhouse Museum
C. Merchant’s House Museum
D. Morris-Jumel Mansion
#72 – In what NYC park was there a House of Refuge for juvenile delinquents?
A. Frederick Johnson Park
B. Hell’s Kitchen Park
C. Madison Square Park
D. Riverside Park
#73 – On what 6th Avenue location was the inspiration for Eugene O’Neill’s The Iceman Cometh?
A. Golden Swan Garden
B. Minetta Triangle
C. Playground of the Americas
D. Temperance Fountain
#74 – Pick the statue that is not part of the Literary Walk in Central Park.
A. Fred Lebow Statue
B. Robert Burns Statue
C. Sir Walter Scott
D. William Shakespeare Statue
#75 – What statue was a gift of the Jefferson Democratic Club and unveiled in front of 10,000 spectators?
A. Abingdon Square Doughboy Statue
C. Father Duffy Statue
D. Washington Heights-Inwood War Memorial
#76 – Where was the site of the Polo Grounds where the Giants baseball team played as well as the first home of the Mets?
A. Coogan’s Bluff
B. East River Park
C. East River Roundabout – 60th Street Pavilion
D. Fort Tryon Park
#77 – What statue was originally placed in Bowling Green in 1896, but removed in 1972?
A. Abraham De Peyster Statue
B. Discus Thrower Statue
C. The Indian Hunter
D. Joan of Arc
#78 – Name the NYC park which has the most cherry trees.
A. Clara Coffey Park
B. Jefferson Market Garden
C. Kimlau Square
D. Sakura Park
#79 – This park was named after a Secratary-General of the UN who died enroute to the Congo. Hint, after death he won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1961.
A. Dag Hammarskjold Plaza
B. Dorrance Brooks Square
C. Montefiore Park
D. Robert Wagner Greenstreet
#80 – What object of art honors a human rights movement that is associated with events that took place at the Stonewall Inn in 1969?
A. Cactus Couple
B. Eagles and Prey Statue
C. Gay Liberation Monument
D. Josi Marti Monument
#81 – What symbol of NYC’s heritage is located in Jeffrey’s Hook under the George Washington Bridge?
A. Alexander Hamilton Monument
B. Giovanni Da Verrazzano Statue
C. Christopher Columbus Statue
D. Little Red Lighthouse
#82 – Which object or site that is still located in Central Park does not predate the creation of the park itself?
A. The Arsenal
B. The Blockhouse
C. The Dairy
D. The Obelisk
#83 – One of the following has nothing to do with Central Park and a bear? Hint, it is one of the oldest things in Central Park.
A. Central Park Wildlife Conservation Center
B. Dancing Bear Statue
C. Group of Bears
D. Tigress and Cubs Statue
#84 – One of the following honors NYC’s first African American Deputy Commissioner of Cultural Affairs.
A. Courtney Callender Playground
B. Rev. Linnette C. Williamson Memorial Park
C. Roscoe Conkling Statue
D. The West 104th Street Garden
#85 – What section of the Broadway Mall has nine blocks that was not part of the old Bloomingdale Road?
A. Broadway Malls – 59th to 72nd Streets
B. Broadway Malls – 72nd to 96th Streets
C. Broadway Malls – 110th to 122nd Streets
D. Broadway Malls – 135th to 156th Streets
#86 – Bird Flying Machine – The Arsenal, Central Park
A. Bird Flying Machine – The Arsenal, Central Park
B. The Falconer
C. Levy Gate
D. The Parks Library
#87 – Which statue listed depicts a Lower East Side boy who was called the King of Oliver Street, who rose to great fame in New York State?
A. Alfred E. Smith Statue
B. Fiorello La Guardia Statue
C. George M. Cohan Statue
D. Peter Cooper Monument
#88 – What statue or monument listed was not a Latin American leader?
A. El Arbol De Esperanza
B. Jose Artigas Monument
C. Juan Pablo Duarte Monument
D. Simon Bolivar Statue
#89 – What playground listed is not just a play space but fodder for studies by child psychologists?
A. Adventure Playground
B. Lily Brown Playground
C. Monsignor Kett Playground
D. Playground 103
#90 – Discover the playground which was created due to Robert Moses plan to clear NYC’s slums.
A. P.S. 155 Playground
B. Playground 125
C. Playground One
D. Playground Seventy
#91 – Pick the NYC art sculpture from the East Village that is a cube?
A. 3000 A.D. Diffusion Piece
C. Number 11 Perspectives Sculpture
D. Peace Form One Sculpture
#92 – What is the only statue of an artist displayed in the parks of NYC?
A. Albert Bertel Thorvaldsen Statue
B. Chester Alan Arthur Statue
C. Fitz-Greene Halleck Statue
D. Franz Sigel Statue
#93 – Pick the monument that is not associated with a journalist. Hint, he once was an honest mayor of NYC.
A. Arthur Brisbane Monument
B. John Purroy Mitchel Monument
C. Pulitzer Fountain
D. William T. Stead Memorial
#94 – What statue or monument listed is not associated with Germany?
A. Alexander Von Humboldt Monument
B. Carl Schurz Monument
C. Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
D. John Ericsson Statue
#95 – Choose the fountain, sculpture, statue or monument that has nothing to do with an author or journalist? Hint, the person in question was an Irish composer.
A. Benjamin Franklin
B. Frances Hodgson Burnett Memorial Fountain
C. Gertrude Stein Statue
D. Victor Herbert Statue
#96 – Who was the first New Yorker to be honored with a monument or statue in NYC?
A. Daniel Webster
B. Horace Greeley Statue
C. Nathan Hale
D. William Seward
#97 – Choose the site that is located closest to the United Nations.
A. East River Park Anchor
B. Japanese Lantern
C. Katharine Hepburn Garden
D. Warsaw Ghetto Memorial Plaza
#98 – What artwork that was initiated in 1972 through Mayor John V. Lindsay’s (1921-2000) Neighborhood Action Program is not located in Central Park?
A. Armillary Sphere
C. Dancing Goat
D. Delacorte Clock
#99 – Which one of the bridges of Central Park connects the Dairy and the Carousel?
A. The Bridges of Central Park: Balcony Bridge
B. The Bridges of Central Park – Bow Bridge
C. The Bridges of Central Park – Glen Span
D. The Bridges of Central Park – Playmates Arch
#100 – What is the oldest piece in Union Square Park as well as the oldest in the New York City Parks collection?
A. Abraham Lincoln Statue
B. George Washington Statue
C. Independence Flagstaff
D. Mohandas Gandhi
#101 – Can you find the first playground in Central Park that opened in 1926?
A. Ancient Playground
B. Dinosaur Playground
C. Heckscher Playground
D. Hippo Playground
#102 – What Battery Park artwork was dedicated by President John F. Kennedy?
A. East Coast Memorial
B. The Immigrants
C. Norwegian Veterans Monument
D. Walloon Settlers Monument
#103 – Out of these Central Park sites. which one is located the furthest north?
A. The Carousel
B. McGown’s Pass
C. Romeo and Juliet
D. The Tempest
#104 – Of these choices, name which kids oriented statue that is not located in Central Park.
A. Alice in Wonderland
B. Hans Christian Andersen Monument
C. Mother Goose Statue
D. Peter Pan Statue
#105 – Pick the site that is dedicated to the founder of the Child Welfare Board of NYC.
A. Clara Coffey Park
B. The Family
C. Lillian Wald Playground
D. Sophie Irene Loeb Fountain
#106 – What site also known as Porcellino, is not located in Central Park?
A. Edith Deacon Martin Birdbath
B. Maine Monument
C. Still Hunt
D. Wild Boar
#107 – Name the site by a river, that replaced vacant lots full of homeless citizens and was expanded with landfill of London buildings destroyed by the German bombings during WW2.
A. Dyckman Sitting Area
B. Dyckman Street Boat Marina
C. FDR Drive
D. Harlem River Drive
#108 – What site is associated with the highest death toll of any disaster in New York City history before 911?
A. 107th Infantry Memorial
B. Slocum Memorial Fountain
C. Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument
D. Straus Monument
#109 – Pick the military oriented site that is associated with the composer of Taps.
A. Fort Cockhill
B. General Daniel Butterfield Statue
C. General Winfield Scott Hancock Statue
D. General Worth Square
#110 – What site stands in Carl Schurz Park above the tretchuous waters of Hell Gate?
A. Gracie Mansion
B. The Rowers
C. Tomorrow’s Wind
D. Triboro Plaza
#111 – Choose the playground which now sits on land formerly occupied by the car barn of the Second Avenue Railway, Second Avenue’s first public transportation line.
A. Gutenberg Playground
B. Lincoln Playground
C. Playground Ninety Six
D. Sidney Hillman Playground
#112 – Pick the site which is not located in Central Park. Hint, its the second oldest site in the parks of New York City.
A. Charles Stover Bench
B. General Worth Monument
C. The Pilgrim
D. Thomas Moore Statue
#113 – One of these sites is not located in or near Central Park, and was part of the general renovation of Bryant Park.
A. James Marion Sims
B. Jose Bonifacio De Andrada E Silva Statue
C. Jose De San Martin
D. King Jagiello Monument
#114 – Which art piece around Battery Park in lower Manhattan had a head stolen from the sculpture?
A. Jewish Tercentenary Monument
B. John Ambrose Statue
C. New York Korean War Veterans Memorial
D. Wireless Operators Monument
#115 – What site that reflects the character of its area, is not associated with Riverside Park?
A. Seventy-Ninth Street Boat Basin
B. Hippopotamus Fountain
C. Kimlau War Memorial
D. Samuel Tilden Statue
#116 – Can you choose the site that is not located in Harlem, but is located by the 83rd street entrance to Riverside Park?
A. 369th Infantry Regiment Memorial
B. Colonel Charles Young Playground
C. Cyrus Clark
D. Pier 107
#117 – What was the first permanent municipally built playground in the United States?
A. First Park
B. Indian Road Playground
C. Seward Park
D. Tudor Grove Playground
#118 – Choose the site that was erected in honor of the person who adapted the Bessemer process of steelmaking to U.S. needs.
A. Alexander Lyman Holley Monument
B. Carrere Memorial
C. Lt. William Tighe Triangle (Ring Garden)
D. Straus Monument
#119 -What 1967 playground was deemed to dangerous for unsupervised use?
A. East 54th Street Recreation Center
B. Houston Street Playground
C. Playground Eighty Nine Lxxxix
D. Recreation Center 59
#120 – One of these sites is not located in Central Park, but is permanently displayed in Manhattan’s Park Avenue Malls at 92nd Street.
A. African Antelopes
B. Lombard Lamp
C. Ludwig Van Beethoven Statue
D. Night Presence IV
#121 – What site honors the Harlem native who improved kids lives by teaching them basketball?
A. Arlington “Ollie” Edinboro Playground
B. Stanton Street Courts
C. West 186th Street Basketball Court
D. West 4th Street Courts
#122 – Choose the NYC park which has been a pasture, a prison, a parade ground, a public execution site, an almshouse, an art museum, and a post office.
A. City Hall Park
B. Inwood Hill Park – Salt Marshes in New York City Parks
C. Pleasant Village Community Garden
D. Stuyvesant Square
#123 – What site was named after a Jewish activist, writer and Alderman who founded the Jewish Labor Committee?
A. Dekovats Triangle
B. Josephine Shaw Lowell Memorial Fountain
C. Verdi Monument
D. Vladeck Park
#124 – Can you figure out what did North America have none of 200 years ago but over 150 million today?
A. Beavers in New York City – Seward Park
B. House Sparrows in New York City Parks – Audubon Playground
C. Monarch Butterflies in New York City – Saint Nicholas Park
D. Shellfish in New York City – Battery Park
#125 – What bedrock holds up most buildings in NYC?
A. Fordham Gneiss in New York City – Inwood Hill Park
B. Inwood Marble in New York City Parks – Monsignor Kett Playground
C. Manhattan Schist in New York City Parks – Bennett Park
#126 – Choose what was one of the first species to receive protection from the 1973 Endangered Species Act.
A. Bald Eagles – The Atlantic Flyway – Thomas Jefferson Park
B. Beavers in New York City
C. Monarch Butterflies
D. Peregrine Falcons in New York City – Park Avenue Malls
#127 – What artist or art piece is described with the phrases God and the People and Thought and Action?
A. Carmine Street Mural
B. The Cloisters
C. Crack is Wack
D. Giuseppe Mazzini
#128 – Pick the site that was the terminus of NYC’s annual Memorial Day Parade.
A. Horace Greeley Statue ( in City Hall Park )
B. Marquis De Lafayette
C. Sherman Square
D. Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument
#129 -What is NYC’s most famous Garden of Peace?
A. Firemen’s Memorial
B. High Line
C. Linda’s Lawn
D. Strawberry Fields
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