LPN Schools in Syracuse, NY
LPN Schools in Syracuse, NY Named after the Italian city of Siracusa, Syracuse is the fifth largest city in New York. It has a major research university, and was rated the fourth best place to raise a family by Forbes Magazine in 2010. First settled by missionaries in the 1600s, its original business was salt, which expanded after the building of the Erie Canal was completed. The area is popular for jazz music clubs, Polish festivals, and the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra. Visitors can explore the history of the Underground Railroad at the Onondaga Historical Association Museum and Research Center, or the Erie Canal Museum.