Greenwich Village

For over 100 years, this small area known as “The Village”, has been a Mecca to the creative and the rebellious. An artists' haven, and the east coast birthplace of the Beat scene, the 60’s counterculture, and the LGBT liberation, it’s tradition as an enclave of avant-garde and alternative culture started in the 19th century when small presses, art galleries, and experimental theater thrived. Later it maintained it's position as a center for forward-thinkers that have challenged the American culture with it’s role in hosting the first racially integrated night club, and the LGBT and anti-war movements. With it’s charming narrow streets, this is the best place for a day of walking and exploring the many interesting and diverse shops, food, bars, music, art and architecture.

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