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Districts of New York City
Manhattan is the birthplace of New York City and its economic and administrative center, with an area of about 23 square miles, and with a population of about 1666,268 until 2014, it hosts on Wall Street the headquarters of the United Nations.
The Bronx County is located in the far north of New York City, and has an area of 42 square miles. In 2015, the population was 1.4454444, and it occupies the third place as the most densely populated county in the United States.
Brooklyn is located in the Kings area, and it is one of the most densely populated areas in New York City, with an estimated population of 2,621,793 people, and thus it is the second most densely populated county in the country, with an area of about 71 square miles. Brooklyn is famous for the unique Brooklyn Suspension Bridge.
Queens is the largest county in New York City, and has a population of 2,321,580 people, with a population density of 21,333 people per square mile, and an estimated area of 109 square miles. This county has John F. Kennedy Airport and is the busiest airport in the world.
This island is located in the far south of New York City, and it is one of the least residential areas with a population of about 474,558 people, and an area of 58 square miles, and this makes it one of the poorest areas in New York.
Tourist sites in New York
- Adirondack Mountains.
- Broadway New York.
- Catskill Mountains.
- Hudson Valley.
Climate in New York City
The average temperature in New York City in January is estimated at 0 ° C, while in June the temperature is estimated at 22 ° C, and the maximum temperatures recorded range from -26 to 41 ° C. Because of this mild climate, water rarely freezes in The harbor.