Central New York
Central New York
The Central region of New York is a crossroads, dominated by the state's fifth-largest city, Syracuse, and the Mohawk River that flows eastward through this region.
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Syracuse is a city in Central New York. It is the fifth largest city in the state of New York, and the third largest in Upstate New York.
Utica is a city in Central New York. The Utica-Rome area, situated between Syracuse and Albany, is served by Interstate 90.
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Herkimer is a city in Central New York. This article also covers the nearby villages of Mohawk, Ilion, Frankfort, and Middleville.
Cooperstown, in Central New York, is known best for its role as the home of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.
Little Falls is a small city in Central New York, located along the
. Little Falls is small enough that most places are accessible by foot, but as the city is built on a rather steep slope, it can be a workout.
Clinton is a city in New York.
Oneonta is in Otsego County, in Central New York. Oneonta is an important town between
Pulaski is a village in Central New York. Driving: Pulaski is Exit 37 on I-81. Around half an hour north of Syracuse and half an hour south of Watertown.
Rome is a small city in Central New York State, not far from
Cortland is a city in Central New York. Driving: Cortland is Exit 11 and 12 on I-81.
Bainbridge is a city in New York. Antique shopping at several antique stores along route 41: Main Street Antiques Iroquois Antiques
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