New York

Think of New York, and New York City springs immediately to mind: that big, brash, 24/7 metropolis where those who dare to sleep run the risk of missing something. True, Manhattan offers such icons as the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, Central Park and Broadway theaters, but the state of New York is so much more than that one celebrated 305-square-mile city.

The only U.S. state to touch the Great Lakes and the Atlantic Ocean, New York harbors some 19.5 million people. Its capital, Albany, hugs the shoreline of the Hudson River. Here, the New York State Capitol, completed in 1899, holds sway downtown on the northern end of quarter-mile-long Empire State Plaza.

With 47,126 square…

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