Manhattan is one of the five boroughs of New York City (the other four boroughs are the Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, and Staten Island) and on a land area of only 23 square miles, it is the most densely populated county in the United States with more than 71,672 persons per square mile. Of slightly more than 8.5 million people residing in all five boroughs, almost 1.6 million live on the island of Manhattan. The borough of Manhattan includes a few much smaller islands and a piece of mainland next to the Bronx.
New York City is the world’s most important financial center and countless corporate headquarters of internationally-renowned firms are situated here, as are the New York Stock Exchange and NASDAQ. Besides its status as a commercial, publishing, fashion, and arts center, Manhattan has many superb museums, world-famous landmarks, universities and a plethora of cultural attractions for visitors. Manhattan is a great destination any time of year.
- Public Transport New York City
- USA administrative & time zones
- Manhattan Zip-Codes
- Top 30 Sights
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Manhattan (Lower & Midtown) 1:15 000, Manhattan (Upper) 1:15 000, Midtown 1:10 000, Financial District 1:9 000.
Map dimensions: 39″ x 19.5″
Scale: 1:15 000
Publication Date: February 2015