Anyone who moves to New York today in order to settle down in this city must be rich. It used to be different. And they still exist, the original New Yorkers, in their charmingly overcrowded apartments.
New York City, the breathtaking city on the east coast of the United States, is a living legend and one of the most popular travel destinations in the world and is always worth a visit. “The city that never sleeps” has been sung about and captured in films countless times. Millions of people are drawn to the Big Apple every year to live, to work, or to give in to their wanderlust in another world.
Probably the first European to see the area where New York stands today was the Florentine explorer Giovanni da Verrazzano. During an expedition with the aim of finding a western route from Europe to Asia, he anchored here with his La Dauphine on April 17, 1524, and continued his journey the next day.
Located to the east of Manhattan, New York’s Chinatown covers two square miles bounded by the Lower East Side to the east, Little Italy to the north, Civic Center to the south, and Tribecca to the west, and they condense a population of 90 to 100 people, including Residents, merchants, and tourists.