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Welcome to The Pride of Italy. Landmarks throughout the neighborhood pay homage to the many contributions of Italians in San Diego and in America.
Highlights include the National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame, and just across the street, Piazza DiMaggio, where a much-photographed sculpture of the legendary Joe DiMaggio. The beautiful six-acre Arrigo Park's main attraction is a large sculpture of Christopher Columbus stands. Formerly an Italian fishing community, Little Italy grew into a lively zone of restaurants, galleries, shops and nightlife. It hosts multiple grand celebrations throughout the year, including The Little Italy Festa in October, and the Taste of Little Italy each June. Head to the farmer's market, The Little Italy Mercato, on Saturdays for the freshest of produce, herbs, and Italian specialties. As you might imagine, food plays a major part in the life of Little Italy, so expect to find pizza, cannoli, pastas, coffee and gelato throughout. The community boasts a lower than average crime-rate for downtown, and it's a truly livable family-oriented place. Grab a condo, grab a loft and enjoy home wrapped-up in Little Italy's old world charms.
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