Little Italy

Roughly bounded by Canal, Lafayette and Houston Streets and the Bowery, was the destination for thousands of Italian immigrants between 1880 and the 1920s. Its hub lies along Mulberry Street. The corridor throngs with alfresco diners during the Feast of San Gennaro in mid-September.

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Chinatown
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In the narrow streets of New York's
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Haughwout Building
This Italianate style cast-iron
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Orchard Street
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