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  • The French are getting guided tours of Brooklyn
  • The French are getting guided tours of Brooklyn
    Alexander Baxevanis (2012) ©
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The French are getting guided tours of Brooklyn

Between Bed-Stuy and Bushwick you're now likely to find some baguettes and berets; record numbers of French tourists are taking tours around the undiscovered parts of Brooklyn. In 2014, 734,000 French people visited the Big Apple, with many crossing the bridge to the nearby borough.

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