Coney Island BoardwalkNew York , United States
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Our online camera shows panoramic view of the Coney Island promenade, which is located in South Brooklyn. It is famous for sunny beaches, New York aquarium and of course Amusement Park, where the famous movie shots of the film “9 1/2 weeks” were shot.
This HD Webcam NY, USA shows Сoney Island, where the ocean waves softly rolls onto the sandy beach underneath the pier. Many people choose this beach for a walk along the boardwalk where yesteryear lanterns and modern streetlamps are in juxtaposition. Cam online Brighton Beach shows one of the most popular ocean-side beaches in Brooklyn, NY. Coney Island is a great beach for swimming in summertime and indeed you’ll see many sunbathers and swimmers enjoying the beach on the NY webcam online.
Coney Island, which is shown on New York live camera, is situated in what is known as Little Odessa. Most of the inhabitants of the Coney Island area hail from Odessa in the Ukraine. Now they can be seen walking in Brooklyn on live camera NY, USA footage. The Coney Island community is tight-knit and mostly speaks Russian, another testament to the cosmopolitan nature of New York, a city that is often captured on NY online cameras. Don’t expect to find any English conversations as you walk past the shops and food stalls. This community stick to their Russian heritage.
An atmosphere of tranquillity
The Coney Island boardwalk, which is shown on the NY webcam footage above, is full of people who are reminded of their homes back in Eastern Europe. Locals confess that Coney Island reminds them of the Black Sea. Coney Island has an atmosphere of tranquillity, which is nicely captured on the NY online camera above. Little Odessa is place for families. Now and then you would find a street musician, but mostly Little Odessa is quiet.
Food and drink
There is a cluster of ocean-view restaurants on the main road, Brighton Beach Avenue, where locals get together to chat about what-nots, further entrenching the feeling of community in Coney
Island. Shops and restaurants cater to Eastern European tastes and it is not unusual to find residents greeting the morning with a shot of vodka. Many of the delicious culinary items to be found at Coney Island restaurants are imported from Russia such as raki (crawfish) and Baltika beer. Whether imported or made on US soil, it’s easy to find Russian treats here at Brighton Beach. Think blackberry preserves and chocolate-covered apricots, not to mention caviar and vodka. It’s hard to capture the quintessential Russian culture which is still alive in Brighton Beach on live web camera online.
Culture on the Coney Island front
Brighton Beach Avenue is also the home the St Petersburg bookstore where many books written by Russian authors in the Russian language are sold. Visiting St Petersburg bookstore is a great cultural experience. Too bad the experience can’t be captured on a live web camera online.
Baltic Live Cam has many live web cameras online showing footage of mesmerising scenes all over the world. The Bronx is a popular spot for NY online cameras; you can see footage of the Willis Avenue bridge. The New York Brighton Beach webcam online is not the only online cam to show USA beach scenes. You can also watch the waves rolling in at Miami Beach. Furthermore, Live web camera online footage shows many scenes from the Baltic countries such as Latvia and Lithuania, where many of the Little Odessa community members hail from.