There are five different boroughs in New York City (Manhattan, The Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island), and each is coextensive with a respective county of the state. The different boroughs exist due to geographic boundaries, and each developed into a large community of its own. All boroughs were created in 1898 during consolidation, when the city’s current boundaries were established.
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