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Comentario robado de un otro hilo. Pero me parece una parte de Nueva York que muchas personas (incluyendo este neoyorquino aqui) olvidan.

Disfrutad Nueva York, a la Europea.

LLoydGeorge said:
Parts of New York look European, and NY has the greatest history of any US city followed closely by Boston and Philly. NY has more buildings from the 1600's than any US city, and I believe that it has the oldest original building, a Dutch farmhouse which was built in the 1650's.

On April 17, 1524, Giovanni Verranzano became
the first European to sail into New York Harbor.
The Dutch then established a settlement called New
Amsterdam in 1613. To put these dates into perspective,
Shakespeare was alive in 1613 and Napolean wouldn't be
defeated at Waterloo for over 200 years later. Moreover, in 1600,
London was a town of 200,000 people, Rome had 100,000,
Amsterdam had 65,000, and Berlin was a village with 12,000 people.
St. Petersburg would not even be founded by Peter the Great for nearly 100 years after NY was first settled!
























































 

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DavoR
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Preciosas DonQui.
:drool::drool:
Me encantan esas zonas tan "europeas" en Nueva York.
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Nueva York ha destronado a Buenos Aires como la ciudad más "europea" de América:D
 

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Son edificios con un estilo muy europeo, peor hay una cosa que hace que se note descaradamente que son americanos: las ventanas :D

Típica ventana americana





Típica ventana europea

 

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Nueva York es la primera ciudad de EEUU que quisiera visitar... Pero no se porque cuando se postean este tipo de autobombos amercianos se olvidan de poner, por ejemplo, que el año que la ciudad de Zaragoza tuvo su 2000 aniversario, EEUU tuvo su 200 aniversario...:D
 
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