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Naples Playground
Naples is an ancient Italian port city. Founded as a Greek colony around 600 BCE, Neapolis (New City) retained its Greek char...

Neptune Fountain
This fountain on the East Lawn of Sailors’ Snug Harbor Cultural Center depicts a heroic-sized Neptune figure atop a serp...

New Dorp Park
New Dorp was one of the first permanent European settlements on Staten Island: niewe dorp is Dutch for “new town.”...

Nicholas De Matti Playground
Nicholas De Matti Playground is one of nine playgrounds that Parks built through a war memorial fund. They opened simultaneou...

North Forest and Acme Pond
The section of Wolfe’s Pond Park north of Hylan Boulevard is home to Acme Pond. Surrounding this freshwater pond is s...

Northerleigh Park
Northerleigh Park is among the most cherished of Staten Island’s many natural treasures. Located between North and Burn...

Norway Triangle
Norway Triangle was developed as a Greenstreet in 1996 and named for the adjacent avenue. Previously, this traffic island had...

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