Bowery Street

  • Little Italy, United States
  • USA, New York, Brouwer 
    Bauer - the street of the same area in the district of Manhattan in New York stretches south of Chatham Square north to Cooper Square.

    In the XVII century on the street is one of the first highways in Manhattan, which leads to the farm Governor Steyvesant. In the XVIII century, the area was inhabited by Native American elite, but in the XIX century Brower became street entertainment. It is called the first theater street, which was similar to Bradveem. All entertainment is particularly distinguished theater and music hall.

    At the beginning of the XX century street paved floor flyover subway and prestigious area of ​​Brouwer turned into urban slums. Then the overpass was dismantled, and Brouwer again become a regular street, as in any other major city in the world.

    In 2007, Brower was opened Museum of Contemporary Art.
    • attractions
      • Galleries and Museums

Sights nearby

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