New York. American cities. The biggest city in the USA. Called „ The Big Apple“. The Melting Pot of Nations. At the beginning of the 17th century Henry Hudson established a trading post for the Dutch on Manhattan Island. The History. James, Duke of York.
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Thebiggest city in the USA
Called „The Big Apple“
TheMelting Pot ofNations
At the beginning of the 17th century Henry Hudson established a trading post for the Dutch on Manhattan Island.The History
James, Dukeof York
A DutchcolonyprotectedfromtheIndians by a wall
20km established a trading post for the Dutch on Manhattan Island.long island
Iswashed by threeriversManhattan
The centre ofculturallife
Bad reputation Harlem Renaissance
A multi-cultural area
The livelist boroughs
The Ground Zero established a trading post for the Dutch on Manhattan Island.
The Rockeffeler Centre
Madison Square garden
Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Empire State Building
The Lincoln Centre of Performing Arts
The Crossroads of the World
The Empire StateBuilding
Thefight – ESB won.
the 197 million dollar restoration process
The Beatles, Ikeand Tina Turner
Helena Vondráčková a Karel Gott
the least populated of the fiveboroughs but is the third largest in area at 59 sq mi (153 km2)
Staten Island has been sometimes called "the forgotten borough" by inhabitants who feelneglected by the city government; Staten Island is also called "Italian Island or Staten Italy" due to the fact that Staten Island has the largest population of Italian Americans in the country.
The first test the immigrants had to pass became known as the "six second medical exam." As the immigrants climbed the stairs to the Great Hall, doctors stood at the top and watched.
New arrivals were taken by ferry to the main building at Ellis Island. Opened in 1892, the first immigrant to arrive was a 15-year-old girl from Ireland named Annie Moore to join her parents in New York City.
Immigrants waited here for their interviews with legal inspectors after finishing their medical exams. At best, the entire process through Ellis Island took three to five hours.
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