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A Little About Syracuse, New York!
Geography of Syracuse
Syracuse, located in beautiful central New York, is the fifth most populous city in the Empire State. All in all, about 150,000 people live in the city of Syracuse. In total, the Syracuse metropolitan area has a population around 700,000.
In short, Syracuse is the economic center of the central portion of New York State. Take a drive through Syracuse and you will find the city has amazing restaurants, plenty of sports action, several nearby casinos and more economic activity than most outsiders assume.
Several top-notch universities and colleges are located in the greater Syracuse area including Syracuse University, SUNY Upstate Medical University, Le Moyne College and the SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry. However, postsecondary institutions do not drive the entirety of the local economy.
Syracuse employers include Carrier Corporation, Lockheed Martin Corporation, Wegmans Food Markets, National Grid USA, Loretto elder care services and the St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center.
History of Syracuse
Syracuse's history dates back to the 1600s when French missionaries arrived. Though Native Americans were already living in the area, local historians are unsure as to when these natives first set foot on what we now call Syracuse.
It is particularly interesting to note the United States government did not recognize the group of villages and towns originally settled in Syracuse, refusing to provide postal service. Postal service was eventually provided when the area officially received its name.
However, the first suggestion of "Corinth" was denied as the exact same moniker was already used in New York’s Saratoga County. A local named John Wilkinson floated out the name of “Syracuse” in reference to a poetic description of the Sicilian city known as Siracusa.
The country’s first-ever Solvay Process Company plant was constructed along Syracuse’s Onondaga Lake in the late 19th century. Syracuse has been home to the New York State Fair dating all the way back to 1841. Syracuse University was founded in the spring of 1870.
Take a spin through Syracuse and you might stumble upon the country's sole green-on-top traffic light which has been in use dating all the way back to 1928. Continue driving through Syracuse and you will find the area is quite green. In fact, two of Syracuse's Valley neighborhoods have particularly dense tree cover with nearly 50% of their land covered by trees.
Syracuse draws its water from Skaneateles Lake, which locals proudly proclaim is one of the cleanest lakes in the entirety of the United States. If you take a trip to Syracuse in the winter, be sure to bring your snow boots, a coat and a warm hat as the area's winter months are quite cold. However, aside from high humidity in the summer, Syracuse has mild weather throughout the non-winter months.
Culture of Syracuse
Be sure to stop at Armory Square in downtown where you will find plenty of fine dining opportunities, retail shopping experiences, clubs, bars and plenty more. If you are interested in sampling the local Italian fare, find your way to Syracuse's Eastwood section featuring pizzerias, restaurants, bakeries and more.
Those interested in performing arts will gravitate to Syracuse's two outdoor annual festivals in the Syracuse Jazz Festival and the CNY Jazz Arts Foundation's Jazz In The Square Festival. The city also has its own 75-member Syracuse Symphony Orchestra which dates all the way back to 1961.
Opera lovers rave about the Syracuse Opera Company’s operas. This group puts on three operas per season along with no-cost outdoor concerts in Thornden Park, Armory Square and other parts of Syracuse. If you enjoy the works of William Shakespeare, make your way over to the Syracuse Shakespeare Festival at the Thornden Park Amphitheatre.
Additional local highlights include the Red House Arts Center, the Syracuse and Onondaga County Fire Museum, the Erie Canal Museum, the Everson Museum of Art, the International Mask and Puppet Museum and the Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology.
Drive on over to one of Syracuse's 170 parks, recreation spaces and fields and you will feel an invaluable sense of peace. All in all, Syracuse's green spaces cover 1,000 acres. In fact, the city's Burnet Park is home to the country's first-ever public golf course.
Bring along some food and refreshments for a picnic at Onondaga Lake Park and you will agree Syracuse has a gorgeous natural setting that most outsiders greatly undervalue. If you are a sports fan, make your way over to NBT Bank Stadium to take in a Syracuse Mets minor league baseball game.
The Syracuse Crunch hockey team plays at the War Memorial at Oncenter. Syracuse's college basketball team is a particularly popular draw, playing its home games on campus at the Carrier Dome.
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