Brooklyn – is the most densely populated borough. It boasts unique architecture, numerous museums, blocks and quarters with their unique lifestyles. Here you’ll find the famous Brighton Beach – a “home” of 30 thousands of the Soviet Union emigrants.
Queens – the largest in area and second in density of population borough; ethnically versatile. Here the major “air gates” of the country are located: John F, Kennedy International Airport on the south, and LaGuardia Airport on the north. Here you’ll find uptowns, squares, and park zones.
Bronx – a bedroom district with blocks differing in living standards. Mainly, it is occupied by wealthy people, yet there are blocks that rather look like slums. Landmarks: Yankee Stadium, Bronx Park, the New York Botanical Garden.
Manhattan – is the “heart” of New York, a large commercial, financial and cultural center of USA and the world. Landmarks: New York Stock Exchange in Wall Street, Central Park, Broadway with its famous theaters, Times Square and many other.
Staten Island – a bedroom district, rather a suburb. It is ideal for quiet lifestyle, one of the most attractive place for Russian-speaking people which take up to 20 % of population. Here you’ll find the largest park zone in New York — Greenbelt.
Middlesex County – As of the 2009 United States Census, its population was 790, 738. Officially Middlesex is included into New York Metropolitan Area. Administrative center is in New Brunswick. The largest city of the county is Edison.
Monmouth County its population is 630, 380, which increased by 2.5 % in 10 years. Monmouth is included into New York Metropolitan Area. Administrative center of the county is Freehold. Middletown is the largest city of the county.
Miami Beach – an island – barrier between Biscayne Bay and Atlantic Ocean, behind which the continental Miami is located, which is divided in 3 parts: North Beach, Mid-Beach and South Beach.