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Let's go to New York City

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New York City !

Manhattan
A symbol of economic & political power.

- Lower Manhattan is famous for
Wall Street
(Stock Exchange) in the Financial District.

- Hosts
the United Nations Headquarters
(=O.N.U)
The Bronx
-
1,438,159
residents.

- It is
the most diverse area
in the country. (less than half of the population is white).

- The Bronx is the only New York borough with
a Hispanic majority.

- Spanglish
Queens
Brooklyn
- Is
the most populous
of New York City's five boroughs.

-
2,621,793
people live in Brooklyn.
One city
Several boroughs
New York City (state of New York) is composed of five boroughs : Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, and Staten Island.. Five different boroughs with their specificities
1,636,268
people live in Manhattan.

The borough consists mostly
of Manhattan Island
, bounded by the East, Hudson, and Harlem Rivers

A little bit of... Culture !
Brooklyn hosts
the Brooklyn Academy of Music,

the Brooklyn Philharmonic
, and the second largest public art collection in the United States,
the Brooklyn Museum.
A multicultural place.

- Much diversity : African American, West Indian (Jamaïca..) Hispanic, Asian people
(white people only represent 49% of the population).

-A high degree of
linguistic diversity
:)

- Many different religions.
Also..
Shopping
,
entertainment
...
- The largest borough
- 2,321,580 residents
A place of opportunities

- Queens has
the second-largest economy of New York
City's five boroughs. (Manhattan #1)

- A
diversified economy
. Jobs in... health care, retail trade, manufacturing, construction, transportation, and film and television production sectors

- The
airline industry
is particularly important to the economy of Queens.
Queens is home to
JFK International Airport
and
LaGuardia Airport.

"Eating like a King in Queens"
In Queens there are plenty of
beer gardens
. Large open spaces where people can sit outside, drink some brews, and eat some good food -
If you're a baseball fan. In Queens, Citi Field is the home of the New York Mets.
Local Culture

Music
- The Bronx is
the birthplace of hip hop music
. Hip hop is not only music.
Graffiti art
and
break dancing
are also part of Hip Hop culture.
Mucic - Art - Dance.

Sports
- The Bronx is the home of t
he New York Yankees
of Major League Baseball
Staten Island
- 473,279 residents
- Staten Island is home to
a large and diverse population of wildlife
(including white tailed deer, hundreds of species of birds(egrets..), racoons, turtles, spring pepper frog..)
Staten Island -
"The Greenest Borough" -
includes many
parks ! (more than 170 parks )

The Great Kills Park
is located in the Great Kills area of Staten Island, right by the water. The park has 4 beaches, a beautiful marina, play areas for children, kayak launch areas, open fields, and paths for biking, rollerblading, or simply walking.
High Rock Park

#NYC
https://www.facebook.com/facebooknyc
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