New York, NY.
New York City, the hub of people in this country. From high above, an arrangement of mighty skyscrapers sit as idle, perched high above. But when you walk down below, and examine the busy streets below, even though it may be hard with the constant flow of people, you find a striking image of America. A city as diverse as America, with people speaking every possible language on the streets.
While the skyline seems so delicate and permanent, it is a constantly evolving one. New York on just about every corner is building something, creating a facilitator of someone's dream. The city may have been halted in 2020, It has return with a furious passion to make up for lost time.
One example of the significant cultural mixing bowl is that of Chinatown. Home to not only people of Chinese heritage, but all sorts, you'll see signs in Japanese and even an odd Irish Pub. A community is clear in these parts of the city, with markets on the street being packed as old friends greet one another. And a short walk you'll find the Italian district which seems straight out of the late 19th century. In these communities of the city, you find the bond of this city and America as a whole portrayed.
Some people may think you must travel to the remote wilderness of the west or to the rural mountains of the east to discover a "True America", but really to find examples of America, just head to anywhere in this country. New York is a clear example of capturing America. You see unique stories on every street corner as you sit to wait for the walk signal on the traffic light. While you can look at New York as a whole from that famous skyline across the Hudson, journeying inside the intricate yet vast world of the city floor is an experience of Americana unlike any other.