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The most populous New York City five boroughs is Brooklyn. With 2.6 million residents nearly, and since 1896 it is the second largest in area. As Kings County the same boundaries are also in Brooklyn. In New York State now it is the most populous county, and in the United States it is the second-most densely populated county. After New York County (Manhattan), on Long Island it is also the westernmost county. With New York City in 1898, until its consolidation Brooklyn was an independent city. A Distinct culture, independent art scene, and unique architectural heritage continue to maintain." Eendraght Maeckt Maght"is the Brooklyn's official motto, Written in the Dutch language (early modern spelling). On the borough seal and flag the motto is displayed. By the motto of the United Dutch Provinces it is inspired and translated as "Unity makes strength", a traditional emblem of republicanism is referred as a young robed woman bearing fasces (bundle) is also featured in it. Blue and gold are the official colors of Brooklyn.
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Brooklyn Recreation, Culture and Attractions
Brooklyn has played a most important role in several phases of American culture including literature, cinema and theater. Brooklyn has the Brooklyn Academy of Music, it is world-renowned academy and Brooklyn Philharmonic is the second largest public art collection in the United States, it is housed in the Brooklyn Museum. It is the nation's 2nd largest public art museum. It is opened in 1897. The Brooklyn Children's Museum it is the world's first museum is dedicated to children and it is opened in December 1899. Brooklyn has American Association of Museums. It is one of the few internationally to have a permanent gathering over 30,000 cultural matters and natural history samples. Brooklyn is home to many well-known sports figures such as Vince Lombardi, Mike Tyson, Joe Torre, and Vitas Gerulaitis. It has a storied sports history. Michael Jordan Basketball legend was born in Brooklyn but he was grown up in Wilmington, North Carolina. High-end residential properties and several market mall developments encompass by Brooklyn. The Brooklyn Mall is one of the most popular and regularly visited malls. With diverse stores and more than 170 awesome, it is both classy but vibrant. The Art House on Brooklyn is another attraction in Brooklyn. These art works are made out of iron and ceramics, and from various kinds such as fine art paintings, contemporary paintings, woodwork and sculptures, from the Far East there are wonderful stalls and textiles, many other items are included such as hand woven carpets, oil paintings, bowls and much more items.

Brooklyn State Demographics
Brooklyn Total Population - 2,567,098
Brooklyn Total Male Population - 1,309,219
Brooklyn Total Female Population - 1,360,561
Brooklyn White Americans Population - 1,196,267
Brooklyn Non-Hispanic whites Population - 947,259
Brooklyn Black Americans Population - 877,947

Brooklyn Education
The Education system of Brooklyn comprises of enormous figure of public and private institutions. The New York City Department of Education which is the biggest administers the public schools of Brooklyn borough. A very popular high school with advanced studies in Brooklyn borough is Brooklyn Technical High School. Brooklyn College was the primary to initiate the public co-ed liberal arts college in New York City. In the year 1901 a Brooklyn Law School was established in borough of Brooklyn. This law school is prominent for its varied student body. It ranks 31st nationally for its class of students. A private university situated in the Downtown Brooklyn is Long Island University. It has around 6,417 students. Medgar Evers College, Pratt Institute, St. Francis College, SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Saint Francis College in Brooklyn Heights, Saint Joseph's College, New York in Clinton Hill, and Boricua College in Williamsburg are few of the eminent colleges in Brooklyn.

Brooklyn History
In Brooklyn borough the primary people to occupy were Dutch. They were living in the west corner of the island of Brooklyn from the year 1624. They were recognized as alled Midwout or Midwood and Vlacke Bos or Flatbush. Breuckelen which was an internal division of New Netherland later turned as the prime municipality of Brooklyn. The architecture of the borough of Brooklyn has a major influence of Dutch on it. In the year 1664 British captured Breuckelen from Dutch. The province of New York was modified by classifying it in twelve counties which were further classified into towns. Brooklyn was the Town of Kings County. The Battle of Long Island or also the Battle of Brooklyn was initiated on August, 27, 1776. It was considered as the prime prevalent war in the American Revolutionary War. The New York was developed into the British political and military support of functions in North America. The outcome of this was the exit of nationalist and the people who supported to draw stalwart immigrants escape the new settlements. The British also initiated to embrace American compatriot hostages of battle in putrid wrecks commentator in Wall about Bay off Brooklyn. From the year 1800 to 1820 there was rapid growth in the population of Brooklyn. The Kings County is incorporated with the two cities. They are the City of Brooklyn and the City of Williamsburgh. The construction for the Brooklyn Bridge which linked Brooklyn to Manhattan was finished in the year 1883. The city of Brooklyn turned as a borough of the modern New York City in the year 1894. The other boroughs of New York are Manhattan, The Bronx, Queens, and Richmond. To protect and promote the past the Brooklyn Historical Society (BHS) was initiated in 1863. It is a museum, library, and educational center.

Brooklyn Tourism
From significant sites to wandering tours, the Tourism & Visitors Center is the fundamental guide to all things Brooklyn. The Statue of Liberty learned the World was a presentation of friendship from the people of France to the people of the United States and is a prevalent emblem of freedom and democracy. The Statue of Liberty was enthusiastic on October 28, 1886, authorized as a National memento in 1924 and returned for her pertaining on July 4, 1986. The Coney Island Cyclone is one of the greater extraordinary attractions in New York City. The first restrain of the historic roller person originated on June 26, 1927. Over 80 years later, the Cyclone is furthermore magnificent thousands of altercation each year. It was established in 1910, Brooklyn Botanic Garden is a separate nonprofit foundation bounded to education, research, and the demonstration of horticulture. BBG distributes communities in New York City and internationally finished its world-class gardens, widespread research collections, and infinite educational and territory programs.

Brooklyn Transportation
The transport system of Brooklyn is well developed. The system of transport has subway lines. Some of the mainly used stations are Atlantic Avenue - Pacific Street, Broadway Junction, DeKalb Avenue, Jay Street - MetroTech, and Coney Island - Stillwell Avenue. The bus services are frequent. The whole borough can be travelled by bus easily. Other modes of transportation in the Brooklyn borough are yellow cabs, and railways. The borough Brooklyn has three rail stations. They are East New York station, Nostrand Avenue station, and Atlantic Terminal. Brooklyn is linked to the borough Manhattan by three bridges. They are the Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Williamsburg bridges. The Brooklyn Army Terminal in the Sunset Park is the chief port of Brooklyn. The Expressway of the borough is the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, the Gowanus Expressway. Park Slope, Bay Ridge, Sunset Park, Bensonhurst, and Borough Park and the few of western areas have numbered streets.

Brooklyn Taxes
Brooklyn Sales Tax - 4.5%

Brooklyn Universities
Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY, USA Students - 16,912
Brooklyn Law School (BLS), Brooklyn, New York, USA Students - 1,500
Kingsborough Community College(KBCC), Brooklyn, New York, USA Students - 38,000
Polytechnic Institute of New York University, Brooklyn, NY, USA Students - 4,514
New York City College of Technology, Downtown Brooklyn, New York, USA Students - 15,368
Medgar Evers College, Brooklyn, New York, United States Students - 7,156
St. Francis College, Brooklyn Heights, New York, United States Students - 2,400
SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York Students - 2,484
St. Joseph's College, Brooklyn and Patchogue, New York, USA Students - 1,043
Long Island University, Downtown Brooklyn, New York, USA Students - 6,417

Brooklyn Religions
Brooklyn Catholic Population is 58.8%
Brooklyn Protestant Population is 12%
Brooklyn Orthodox Population is 0.72%
Brooklyn Jewish Population is 24.4%
Brooklyn Muslim Population is 3.73%

Brooklyn Government
Since1898 New York City consolidation that provides a "strong" mayor-council system that has been governed by the New York City Charter by Brooklyn. The centralized government of the New York City is responsible for public education, water supply, correctional institutions, recreational facilities, public safety, sanitation, water supply, and welfare services. President of the each borough derived from having a vote on the New York City Board of Estimate had a powerful administrative role. Declaration by the Supreme Court of the United States had unconstitutional Board of Estimate, in 1989 because on the Board than Staten Island Brooklyn the most populous borough had no greater effective representation. Since 1990 at the mayoral agencies, the City Council, the New York state government, and corporations has acted as an advocate for the borough by the Borough President. Marty Markowitz is the Brooklyn's current Borough President, as a Democrat he was elected in 2001 and re-elected in 2005, and 2009.The majority of public offices and the Democratic Party holders were 69.7% in Brooklyn were Democrats as of registered voters of 2005. Criminal court system and District Attorney of the city's five counties has its own. The largest number of any of the five boroughs of Brooklyn has 16 City Council members. Each served by an unpaid Community Board, 18 of the city's 59 community districts has Brooklyn. A paid district manager has the each board with city agencies who acts as an interlocutor.

Brooklyn Geography
The most heavily populated borough and the second largest of the New York City is Brooklyn. By the East River it is separated from downtown Manhattan and it is at the extreme southwestern tip of Long Island. As those of Kings County Brooklyn's boundaries are similar, along Brooklyn's shores a system of belt highway runs. The major links with Manhattan are the Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel, The Brooklyn, Manhattan, Williamsburg bridges and subway tunnels. Borough has a number of industrial plants although it is largely residential. Brooklyn's port facilities handle much of the foreign commerce that arrives in New York City. The Brooklyn Geographic Coordinates are:4037'29"N 7357'8"W. The total area of Brooklyn is: 96.90 sq mi (251 km2). The land area of Brooklyn is: 70.61 sq mi (182.9 km2). The water area of Brooklyn is: 26.29 sq mi (68.1 km2).

Brooklyn Economy
By three main factors the performance of the national and city economy is driven for Brooklyn's job market. For New York's businesses back office, the borough's position flows as a convenient population. The employed population of Brooklyn's is Forty-four percent or 410,000 people who work in Borough. The borough resident's work outside its boundaries is more than a half. To the borough's jobseekers economic conditions in Manhattan are important as a result. Brooklyn generates strong international immigration to those jobs in services, retailing and construction. From Manhattan a steady influx of financial back-office operations has benefited in recent years for Brooklyn. A service such as accounting, personal supply agencies, and computer services firms has a support in strong growth. The borough Jobs have been concentrated in manufacturing traditionally, but since 1975 a manufacturing-based economy has shifted to a service-based economy by Brooklyn. 27,500 of the Brooklyn residents worked in manufacturing, 215,000 worked in the services sector as of 2004. In Brooklyn The pharmaceutical company Pfizer has a manufacturing plant that employs 990 workers. The fastest growing sectors of Brooklyn are construction and services. Brooklyn's most employers are small businesses. For many banks and credit unions, Brooklyn is a home. There are 37 banks and 21 credit unions operating in Brooklyn, according to the FDIC. User Comments

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