لوور ایست ساید

از ویکی‌پدیا، دانشنامهٔ آزاد
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ناحیه تاریخی لوور ایست ساید
Tenement buildings on the Lower East Side
مکان جغرافیایی لوور ایست ساید در منهتن جنوبی (بخش آبی رنگ)
موقعیت: به طور تقریبی توسط خیابان های ایست هاستن, اسکس, کانال, الدریج, ساوت, وگرند استریت, و باوری وایست برادوی, منهتن, نیویورک (محدوده اصلی)
تقریباً در کنارهٔ دیویژن, راتگرز, مدیسن, هنری و گرند استریت (گسترش یافته) محاط شده است.
مختصات: مختصات: ۴۰°۴۳′۲″ شمالی ۷۳°۵۹′۲۳″ غربی / ۴۰٫۷۱۷۲۲°شمالی ۷۳٫۹۸۹۷۲°غربی / 40.71722; -73.98972
گرداننده: Local (original)
U.S. Postal Service (increase)
شمارهٔ NRHP: 00001015 (original)
04000297 (increase)
ثبت شده: ۷ سپتامبر ۲۰۰۰ (original)
May 2, 2006 (increase)[۱]

لوور ایست ساید (به انگلیسی: Lower East Side) که گاهی به اختصار لز(به انگلیسی: LES) نیز خوانده می‌شود نام یکی از محله‌های شهر نیویورک و در جنوب شرقی منهتن است. این محله به‌طور تقریبی بین محلهٔ باوری، رودخانه ایست، کانال استریت و هاوستون استریت قرار گرفته‌است. این محله به‌طور سنتی یک همسایگی است که شامل مهاجرین، طبقه کارگر است که در سالهای میانه ۲۰۰۰ با رشد سریع اعیان‌نشین شدن روبرو شد که باعث برانگیخته شدن توجه سازمان نشنال تراست برای حفظ مکان‌های تاریخی شد و باعث شد تا نشنال تراست این محله را به لیست اماکن تاریخی آمریکا در معرض بیشترین تخریب قرار بدهد.

ساکنان سرشناس[ویرایش]

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