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Quarry Ballfields
This parkland, like the road that bounds it, is named for a nearby rock quarry that, according to local lore, became the cella...

Queens Malls
Queens Malls cover sixteen traffic islands along Queens Boulevard from 80th Road to 83rd Street, adjacent to Queens Borough Ha...

Queens Valley Playground
Queens Valley is a former name of Kew Gardens Hills, a neighborhood originally known as Head of the Vleigh. The latter name i...

Queens Village Veterans Plaza
Located at the intersection of Springfield Boulevard and Jamaica Avenue, this plaza stands as a memorial to all the American s...

Queensboro Oval
The Queensboro Bridge, which provides both a ceiling and a name for this park, opened in 1909, connecting Manhattan and Queens...

Queensbridge “Baby” Park
Queensbridge “Baby” Park is one of the many facilities that resides within the bounds of Queensbridge Park and der...

Queensbridge Park
This park is named for the nearby Queensboro Bridge, which is also known as the Queensbridge or 59th Street Bridge. The 1960s...

Quick Brown Fox Triangle
“The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.” This famous sentence contains every letter of the alphabet, and is...

Quisqueya Playground
This playground’s name honors the large Dominican American community of the surrounding Washington Heights neighborhood....

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