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Little Neck is a neighborhood in Queens, and Queens is a borough of New York City in the state of New York. Queens is the largest borough geographically of the five boroughs of New York City. You can look at a map, Queens is adjacent to the borough of Brooklyn and Manhattan. Queens is located at the western tip of Long Island, with Nassau County, and Suffolk County to the East. If you want to visit the Hamptons, which is located on the Eastern most part of Long Island its about an hour away. I like to visit Montauk which is on the end of Long Island. I take the train from Jamaica Queens, its about a 3 hour ride. If I want to go from Queens to Manhattan it usually takes under 20 minutes. Queens also shares water borders with the boroughs of Manhattan, the Bronx, and Staten Island.
Queens is made up of the following Neighborhoods: Arverne, Astoria, Bayside, Bellerose, Breezy Point, Cambria Heights, College Point, Corona, East Elmhurst, Elmhurst, Far Rockaway, Floral Park, Flushing, Forest Hills, Fresh Meadows, Glen Oaks, Hollis, Howard Beach, Jackson Heights, Jamaica, Kew Gardens, Little Neck, Long Island City, Maspeth, Middle Village, Oakland Gardens, Ozone Park, Queens Village, Rego Park, Richmond Hill, Ridgewood, Rockaway Park, Rosedale, Saint Albans, South Ozone Park, South Richmond Hill, Springfield Gardens, Sunnyside, Whitestone, Woodhaven, Woodside.
The Unisphere in Flushing Meadows Corona Park is often used as a symbol for the borough. This and a few other structures are left over from the 1964 World’s Fair. The Arthur Ashe Stadium, home to the US Open Tennis tournament is located at the edge of the park. CitiField (home of the Mets) is also located in Queens.