Krasnoyarsk Compared to New York

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Can we compare such cities as Krasnoyarsk, Russia, and New York, USA? When the distance between them is over 9 thousand kilometers; when the population of the first is 1 million people while the second is populated with 8 million, when a clock in the first shows 2 a.m. while a clock in the other – two p.m.; when one of them is the center of world trade while the other is the center of the Russian Federation and the capital of Krasnoyarsk region? Can they really have anything in common?

Yes! Dates of establishment, for example. Krasnoyarsk was founded in 1628, New York only four years earlier – in 1624. And architecture! It’s hard to believe but you can see it with your own eyes: on the left – streets in NY, on the right – in Krasnoyarsk.

Krasnoyarsk Compared to New York

Kingston Ave — Malinovsky St.

Krasnoyarsk Compared to New York

Frederick Douglass Blvd and Vavilov Street

Krasnoyarsk Compared to New York

Fulton Street And Alexeev Street

Krasnoyarsk Compared to New York

R.F. Kennedy Bridge and Bridge 777

Krasnoyarsk Compared to New York

Conney Island Ave and Mira avenue

Krasnoyarsk Compared to New York

30th Dr and Alexeev Street

Krasnoyarsk Compared to New York

Park Ave and Street of the 78th Volunteer Brigade

Krasnoyarsk Compared to New York

Central Park West and Mira Avenue

Krasnoyarsk Compared to New York

Adam Clayton PJBlvd and “Krasnoyarsk Worker” avenue

Krasnoyarsk Compared to New York

86th Street and Snezhnaya Street

5 thoughts on “Krasnoyarsk Compared to New York”

  1. People on both streets have a lot in common. They love their family, their country and life.
    Plus they both have blood that is red. They can even be blood transfused to each other. If that is not a real connection, I give up.

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