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The Bronx, New York, United States (40.84665 -73.87859)
The Bronx's highest elevation at 280 feet (85 m) is in the northwest corner, west of Van Cortlandt Park and in the Chapel Farm area near the Riverdale Country School. The opposite (southeastern) side of the Bronx has four large low peninsulas or "necks" of low-lying land that jut into the waters of the East River and were once salt marsh: Hunt's Point, Clason's Point, Screvin's Neck and Throggs Neck. Further up the coastline, Rodman's Neck lies between Pelham Bay Park in the northeast and City Island. The Bronx's irregular shoreline extends for 75 square miles (194 km2).
Flushing Meadows Scenic Viewpoint, Pat Dolan Trail, Kew Gardens, Queens, New York, 11375, United States (40.72003 -73.83280)
Coordinates: 40.71998 -73.83285 40.72008 -73.83275 - Minimum elevation: -3 m - Maximum elevation: 57 m - Average elevation: 20 m