Brooklyn: The New York’s Giant
This culturally diverse Brooklyn City is immortalized in popular music and has nearly earned its legendary status for it. On the Long Island’s western end just across Manhattan from the East River, this gigantic New York City district is so dense in terms of population that if it were to be a city, it would rank 4th largest in terms of population in the United States!
This district is connected to Manhattan by three bridges: The Manhattan Bridge, The Williamsburg Bridge, and the very iconic and popular Brooklyn Bridge. The Verrazano Narrows Bridge links this city to Staten Island. Before docking in Red Hook at the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal, ocean-going liners have to pass here. Brooklyn Bridge Park is at the north-east side and proposes some of the most beautiful scenes of the skyline of Manhattan city, while Prospect Park is at the south-eastern side.
The country’s 2nd largest art gallery, the Brooklyn Museum is on the edge of the district whereas just behind it is the iconic Brooklyn Botanic Gardens whose cherry trees in spring season bloom into a vibrant pinkish color. Towards the eastern side near JFK Airport is some accommodation places and hotels and some more accommodations are also available in the neighboring area of the Queens.
The southernmost tip of Brooklyn contains the famous historic boardwalk of Coney Island which has also been featured in many films. Renovations are being done to bring this place to its long-lost glory. The renovated Luna stars the iconic and historic rollercoaster ride. The Northern Greenpoint district is also a historic place with beautiful 19th-century houses.
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