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  1. Albany ist die Hauptstadt des US-Bundesstaates New York und Verwaltungssitz des Albany County. Laut der letzten Volkszählung im Jahr 2020 hatte die Stadt 99.224 Einwohner.

  2. Albany is known for its extensive history, culture, architecture, and institutions of higher education. The city is home to the mother churches of two Christian dioceses as well as the oldest Christian congregation in Upstate New York. Albany has won the All-America City Award in both 1991 and 2009. [2] Colonial times to 1800 [ edit]

  3. Albany [ˈɔːlbənɪ] ( info) är huvudstad i den amerikanska delstaten New York. Staden hade i juli 2006 en befolkning på 93 963 invånare. Albany ligger i Albany County, cirka 233 kilometer norr om staden New York, vid förgreningen av Mohawk - och Hudsonfloderna.

  4. In 1797, the state capital of New York was moved permanently to Albany. From statehood to this date, the Legislature had frequently moved the state capital between Albany, Kingston, Poughkeepsie, and the city of New York. Albany is the second oldest state capital in the United States.

  5. North Albany is located roughly between the Town of Colonie, New York and Village of Menands, New York to the north, the Livingston Avenue railroad bridge to the south, [15] the Hudson River to the east, and Van Rensselaer Boulevard to the west. Park South [ edit] See also: Knox Street Historic District

  6. During his term, Albany was designated the capital of New York and whipping posts were abolished in the city; a prominent citizen and co-administrator of the Manor of Rensselaerswyck for Patroon Stephen Van Rensselaer, also served as member of the Colonial Assembly, delegate to the Continental Congress, Brigadier-General of the Army, President ...

  7. Kenwood, Albany, New York. /  42.62639°N 73.76889°W  / 42.62639; -73.76889. /  42.62639°N 73.76889°W  / 42.62639; -73.76889. Kenwood was a hamlet in the Town of Bethlehem, New York. The hamlet spanned both sides of the Normans Kill near the area where the Normans Kill flows into the Hudson River. [1] In 1870, and again in 1910 ...

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