Meet me in the Village. That one...The greatest American cities have distinct neighborhoods, each with their own unique personality, look and feel. Did you know that Hollywood is not actually an independent city? Greenwich Village is known as an artists' hot spot and the origin of the 1960s counterculture movement. The French Quarter always has the South's most extravagant Mari Gras parade. Coney Island is known for its amusement parks and for being a seaside resort. South Beach is known for its Art Deco style and its Scarface filming locations. Situated along the Potomac River, Georgetown is the home of Georgetown University. The Boystown section of Lakeview was the first officially acknowledged gay village in the United States, but what city was it in? Other U.S. neighborhoods featured in this quiz include Hell's Kitchen, Shadyside, North Beach, German Village, Greektown, Cabrini-Green, Cathedral Hill, Garden District, Astoria, Alamo Heights, Fell's Point, Peoplestown, Whitefish Bay and many more.
Do you think you're smart enough to name the U.S. cities in which these neighborhoods are located? Prove it!
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