San Gennaro in New York

The most famous Italian festival in New York is that for 11 days, simultaneously with the Italian one, it's interesting Little Italy September 13 to 23.

Of course it refers to the Feast of San Gennaro, the patron saint of the city of Naples, which in New York is remembered and revered for over eighty years.

The event is considered as the longest and most important religious holiday whose celebrations are held on the roads, then outside, Little Italy. It is well known that this area is considered the Italian in New York City's historic district, where, in the early 20th century, settled Italians who arrived in the Big Apple. Today, Little Italy is resized socially and culturally