Walk through the most Russian regions New York
• Walk through the most Russian regions of New York
Today, Harlem and Brighton Beach - the most criminal and most Russian areas of New York.
Harlem is located in the northern part of the Manhattan District. The people he deserved glory of the most dangerous criminal and the New York area. Any immigrant, has long lived in the city, make sure you tell a story about how he accidentally evening drove to Harlem as he was scared as he was saved by the police: "Sit down and drove away quickly, I then another corpse is not needed ! "In general, the reputation of the area was so-so.
Now everything has changed. Harlem has long does not claim to be the most criminal district of the city. The authorities have put there the order is now virtually nothing gives a dark past.
The queue to the local police.
Pizza for $ 1.
A local fashion.
It is necessary to take.
In order to fight against crime in the poor neighborhoods of New York City began to build expensive houses. Apartments there were cheaper than similar homes elsewhere. This attracted new "decent" people, which was diluted with criminals and bums living on welfare. The situation began to improve.
On the fence construction projects are bound to have windows that you can see what is happening there.
Let's go further.
Brooklyn - the most populous county in New York.
There is also a popular area of Brighton Beach, home to immigrants from the former Soviet Union.
Time is frozen in the 90s ...
Some live here all my life and do not know English. He is here and is not necessary. All speak in Russian. In our store retailers, cafes and restaurants all the menus in Russian, in Russian pharmacies our medicines.
In the stores still lie Wrangler jeans.
Recording of video tapes ... but who can all be needed in 2014?
The famous promenade.
Do you want sour cream? You are welcome.
Borsch, Vodka, herring, dumplings.
Even buckwheat is.
State Museum sausage emigration.
In other areas, the situation is better in Brooklyn.
But in general, rather monotonous.