Monthly Archives: September 2018

Among the Saints

There are more statues on Milan’s Duomo than any other building in the world.  So I guess it’s not surprising that after more than 3,000 apostles, saints, martyrs, popes, and bishops, stone carvers got creative with their subject matter.  There … Continue reading

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La vera Little Italy nel Bronx

C’era una volta Little Italy a Manhattan, casa di migliaia di italiani che sono emigrati lì dalla fine dell’Ottocento agli anni 50.  La maggior parte venne dall’Italia meridionale: i siciliani si sono stabiliti in Elizabeth Street, i napoletani si sono … Continue reading

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The Real Little Italy in the Bronx

Once upon a time there was Little Italy in Manhattan, home to thousands of Italians who had emigrated there from the late nineteenth century to the 1950s.  Most came from southern Italy:  the Sicilians settled on Elizabeth Street, the Neapolitans … Continue reading

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