Ithaca is a town in Tompkins County, New York, United States.The town's population was 19,930 at the 2010 census. The town is in the central part of the county, in the Finger Lakes–Southern Tier region of New York, and is part of the Ithaca Metropolitan Statistical Area.
- Park description
Stewart Park is a municipal park operated by the city of Ithaca, New York on the southern end of Cayuga Lake, the largest of New York's Finger Lakes.
The park offers space and facilities for outdoor recreation such as frisbee, tennis, baseball, softball, and fishing. The park has a carousel that operates throughout the summer. In addition, there is a playground with slides and a fountain, along with sheltered areas for picnics and large gatherings. The park is also equipped with grills dispersed around the grounds for barbecuing. The Cayuga Waterfront Trail runs through the park. Fall Creek empties into Cayuga Lake through Stewart Park. Stewa
Stewart Park was originally part of Military Lot 88, a 600-acre tract of land granted to Andrew Moody after the end of the Revolutionary War. Moody sold the land to James Renwick on December 12, 1790. It remained in his family for 104 years as an undeveloped parcel of land. In the early 1890s, 40 acres of Renwick land was purchased by the Cascadilla School to build athletic facilities. At the same time, a trolley line leading to Cayuga Lake was constructed by the Cayuga Lake Electric Railway Com
- Home of Odysseus
Ithaca, Ithaki or Ithaka is a Greek island located in the Ionian Sea, off the northeast coast of Kefalonia and to the west of continental Greece. Ithaca's main island has an area of 96 square kilometres and had a population in 2011 of 3,231. It is the second-smallest of seven main Ionian Islands, after Paxi. Ithaca is a separate regional unit of the Ionian Islands region, and the only municipality of the regional unit. The capital is Vathy. Modern Ithaca is generally identified with Homer's Itha
Although the name Ithaca has remained unchanged since ancient times, written documents of different periods also refer to the island by other names, such as: 1. Val di Compare, Piccola Cephallonia, Anticephallonia 2. Ithaki nisos, Thrakoniso, Thakou, Thiakou 3. Thiaki 4. Teaki 5. Fiaki
The island has been inhabited since the 2nd millennium BC. It may have been the capital of Cephalonia during the Mycenaean period and the capital-state of the small kingdom ruled by Odysseus. The Romans occupied the island in the 2nd century BC, and later it became part of the Byzantine Empire. The Normans ruled Ithaca in the 13th century, and after a short Turkish rule it fell into Venetian hands. Ithaca was subsequently occupied by France under the 1797 Treaty of Campo Formio. It was liberated
Since antiquity, Ithaca has been identified as the home of the mythological hero Odysseus. In the Odyssey of Homer, Ithaca is described thus...dwell in clear-seen Ithaca, wherein is a mountain, Neriton, covered with waving forests, conspicuous from afar; and round it lie many isles hard by one another, Dulichium, and Same, and wooded Zacynthus. Ithaca itself lies close in to the mainland the furthest toward the gloom, but the others lie apart toward the Dawn and the sun—a rugged isle, but ...
Ithaca lies east of the northeast coast of Cephalonia, from which it is separated by the Strait of Ithaca. The regional unit covers an area of 117.812 square kilometres and has approximately 100 kilometres of coastline. The main island stretches in the north-south direction, in length of 23 km and maximum width of 6 km. It consists of two parts, of about equal size, connected by the narrow isthmus of Aetos, just 600 metres wide. The two parts enclose the bay of Molos, whose southern branch is th
Ithaca is a separate regional unit of the Ionian Islands region, and the only municipality of the regional unit. As a part of the 2011 Kallikratis government reform, the regional unit Ithaca was created out of part of the former Kefalonia and Ithaca Prefecture. The municipality, unchanged at the Kallikratis reform, includes islets other than Ithaca including two near Cape Melissa, Arkoudi and Atokos to the northeast and the numerous islets in the Echinades Island group to the east near the mainl
Tompkins County is a county located in the U.S. state of New York.As of the 2010 census, the population was 101,564. The county seat is Ithaca. The name is in honor of Daniel D. Tompkins, who served as Governor of New York and Vice President of the United States.
900 Stewart Avenue is a building in Ithaca, New York, noted for its unique Egyptian Revival architecture, its dramatic placement partway down a cliff, and being the residence of astronomer Carl Sagan. The building is on a ledge about 50 feet (15 m) below street level, overlooking Fall Creek and Ithaca Falls.
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Ithaca er en by i ved Cayuga Lake i upstate New York, USA omkring fire timers kørsel fra New York City. Byen er præget af de mange studerende på Cornell University og Ithaca College . Efter sigende skulle det være den amerikanske by med flest barer per indbygger.
In 1987, new owners Ithaca Acquisition, Inc. moved manufacturing to King Ferry, New York. In 2005, it received a $150,000 development loan from Cayuga County ,  and in May of that year moved to larger facilities in Auburn . 
Ithaca College is a private liberal arts college in Ithaca, New York.The college was founded by William Egbert in 1892 as a conservatory of music and is set against the backdrop of the city of Ithaca, Cayuga Lake, waterfalls, and gorges.
Ithaca on kaupunki New Yorkin osavaltiossa Yhdysvalloissa. Kaupunki kuuluu Tompkinsin piirikuntaan. Vuonna 2010 tehdyn väestönlaskennan mukaan kaupungissa asui noin 30 000 asukasta. Pinta-alaa Ithacalla on 15,7 neliökilometriä. Kaupungin pormestarina toimii Svante L. Myrick.