New York may be one of the largest, most noisy, and flashy cities in the world. Despite Central Park being one of the few places that you can get in touch in the heart of New York, the city is located very close to several amazing natural wonders. Here are the top natural landmarks near… Read More »
Bushwick is a neighborhood in the borough of Brooklyn, NYC. It was established as an industrial center by the Dutch during the 17th century. At the end of the 20th century, Bushwick had been a dangerous area with a high crime rate. Later it became a preferred neighborhood because of the low rents and the… Read More »
Bushwick is a neighborhood in New York City. It was established in 1638 by the Dutch. However, its population today is mostly Hispanic. Bushwick was one of the most dangerous parts of the city because of the high crime rate. But at the beginning of the 21st century, the neighborhood attracted young creative people because… Read More »
The Niagara Falls! Have you ever seen something more glorious than all those thundering tons of waterfall off the edge of the cliff? The Niagara Falls are a major tourist attraction of both the United States and Canada. They situated right at the border between the two. They are a year-round attraction that attracts tourists… Read More »
The State of New York is situated in the northeastern part of the USA. It is the fourth largest one in population and the 27th largest when it comes to territory. New York City aside, the state is full of amazing, and entertaining places to visit. Mesmerizing natural wonders, small(er) towns providing architectural masterpieces, beaches,… Read More »
Bushwick is a neighborhood with a very long history. It is located in the borough of Brooklyn, New York City. It was established in 1638 by the Dutch as an independent town during the Dutch colonization of the Americas. They named the town Boswijck. Back then, it meant “neighborhood in the woods” in Dutch.
People’s ideas of New York City are often focused on the towering, imposing, skyscrapers, dazzling lights, and the urbanization; the concrete labyrinths. However, when 14% of the entire city is comprised of parkland, there’s plenty of space in which urban wild- and plant-life can thrive. Meet the rich fauna of New York City.
Central Park is located between the Upper West and Upper East Sides of Manhattan. It is one of the largest parks on the territory of NYC. It is also world-famous because of the many films shot there. You can go to Central Park for a walk, picnic, or just to sit peacefully on a bench… Read More »