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Museum telling the story of Greek Jews located inside the only Romaniote (Greek-speaking) synagogue in the Western Hemisphere.
Museum telling the story of Greek Jews located inside the only Romaniote (Greek-speaking) synagogue in the Western Hemisphere. Designated a NYC Landmark in 2004.
Another good spot to people-watch
Building designed by award winning Japanese office SANAA
This ethnic neighborhood is lined by shops selling Italian goods and dozens of Italian restaurants
The museum, a non-sectarian cultural organization based in the restored 1887 National Historic Landmark Eldridge Street Synagogue, presents the culture, history and traditions of the great wave of Jewish immigrants to the Lower East Side drawing parallels with the diverse cultural communities that have settled in America
Exhibits on the history and culture of Chinese-Americans
Manhattan's Chinatown is the biggest and one of the oldest Chinese ethnic enclave outside China
At this square at the confluence of several major streets, there is a memorial archway to Chinese-Americans who died in WWII which has some interesting calligraphy
An excellent place to relax and people-watch