Flushing Meadows Corona ParkForest ParkCunningham ParkAlley Pond Park
Flushing Meadows Corona Park
Home to the Queens Museum of Art, the Queens Zoo, the Queens Theatre in the Park, and the Queens Botanical Garden.
January 15th, 1647March 17th, 1876December 27, 1657September 12th, 1742
December 27, 1657
Recognized as the earliest political declaration of freedom of religion in New York.
AstoriaFlushingJackson HeightsLong Island City
Home to some of the highest quality Indian food in New York City!
Constructed by Gilmore D. Clarke, Peter Muller-Munk Associates, and American Bridge Company.
Over 17Over 29Over 13Over 5
Thai Buddist TempleBethany Lutheran ChurchGeeta Temple AshramLin Yan Shan Buddhist Temple
Elmhurst’s Thai Buddhist Temple
Wat Buddha Thai Thavorn Vanaram is the main Thai Buddhist Temple in New York City.
Judaism and BuddhismChristianity and HinduismChristianity and BuddhismHinduism and Judaism
Christianity and Buddhism
Other religions that are practiced in Queens include Hinduism, Judaism, Taoism, and Islam.
Bill de BlasioAndrew CuomoMelinda KatzNone of the above
19th President of the Borough of Queens!
Titan Foods (Greek)Thai Thai Grocery (Thai)Butcher Block (Irish)Sakura-Ya (Japanese)
Titan Foods (Greek)
Serving Astoria's Greek community for over 30 years!
While they are most commonly Roman Catholic and Jewish, other religions such as Greek orthodox play a role in schools.
Do You Know The Diversity Of Queens?
You don't know all that much about the diversity of Queens. Read the three Buzzfeed articles on the food, ethnicity, and religion of Queens and try again!
Great job! You really know about the diversity of Queens. Thanks for taking our quiz!