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WHAT EUROPEAN CAPITAL WAS NEW YORK CITY ORIGINALLY NAMED AFTER?
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[STC002150] Today’s Amsterdam is a city to be reckoned with, and in the 17th century, New Amsterdam was an up-and-coming one in the New World. The Dutch were the ones in charge of the region prior to New York’s founding in 1664. Only when an English naval squadron, led by Colonel Richard Nicolls, came to take the city did Dutch Governor Peter Stuyvesant surrender the would-be capital of New Netherland. Because Stuyvesant was so unpopular among his Dutch subjects, they refused to back him up, and this ultimately led to the surrender. Because of this, one of the most important cities in the United States was given the name New York in honor of the Duke of York, who was in charge of the mission. Despite this disagreement, if you go to either New York City or Amsterdam today, you’re going to have a great day no matter where you choose to go.