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Brighton Beach Avenue in New York will be renamed the Ukrainian Way

'18.07.2022'

Nadezhda Verbitskaya

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Two parts of Brooklyn and an area in Queens will soon receive new names. The New York City Council approved a bill to rename Brighton Beach Avenue and Coney Island Avenue in Brooklyn to the Ukrainian Way. Censor.

This was announced by the representative of Ukraine to the UN Serhiy Kislitsa on Twitter.

The Brighton Beach area rose to prominence in the mid-1970s. Due to the density of Russian-speaking immigrants from the countries of the former USSR, this place was called “Little Odessa”. Currently, the largest Russian-speaking infrastructure of New York is located here: institutions, radio stations, shops, schools and much more.

The renaming will affect only two avenues, and not the entire microdistrict of the same name.

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Other renames

Under the bill, Woodside Avenue between 76th and 79th Streets in Queens will be renamed Little Thailand. The area is well known for its abundance of Thai restaurants and other businesses.

And Brooklyn's McDonald and Chuch Avenue will become Little Bangladesh.

In total, the bill affected 78 highways and public spaces across the city. It was sent to Mayor Eric Adams for final approval.

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