The city web address for New Yorkers
The largest city in the United States of America, with over 20 million people sprawling across New York and it's suburbs. The city has got a cult following around the world with millions of people dreaming of going to New York one day and making it big there and why not, the city has becoming a global art, culture, theatre, food, business, fashion, education and tourism hub. Some of the biggest people in America who've made their names in different fields make New York their home. Some of the biggest business houses make New York their world headquarters. Many movies and T.V. shows have been shot with the city as the backdrop. With over 50 million visitors a year, New York is one of the top tourist destinations in the world. The .nyc extension gives the previously mentioned industries a great chance to connect with the citizens of New York and also travelers looking to visit New York.
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