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About Newark

From two streets laid out by Puritans from Connecticut in 1666, Newark has become New Jersey's largest city and a major land, sea and air transportation center. Although manufacturing is important, Newark is increasingly concerned with commerce, government and education. Newark is the headquarters for several leading insurance, banking, retail and commercial businesses as well as many federal and state agencies.

The city's midtown college complex is the home of five institutions: Rutgers University at Newark, Seton Hall Law School, the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, the New Jersey Institute of Technology and Essex County College. The Rutgers Institute of Jazz Studies maintains an extensive collection of jazz recordings. A gallery in Rutgers' Paul Robeson Center displays changing art exhibits.

Statuary in Military Park includes the monumental “Wars of America” by Mount Rushmore sculptor Gutzon Borglum and a bust of President John F. Kennedy by Jacques Lipchitz. Eight hundred acres of county and municipal parks include Branch Brook Park.

The Newark City Hall, 920 Broad St., is a fine example of Beaux Arts architecture. Dedicated in 1906, the building features a grand central staircase and a skylight. Also of interest is the section known as James Street Commons. Next to the business section and Washington Park, this 20-block area has a number of well-preserved Victorian row houses. Symphony Hall, 2 Central Ave., is home of the New Jersey Symphony, (973) 624-3713, and the New Jersey State Opera, (973) 623-5757.

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