Little Brazil, Manhattan
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Little Brazil, Manhattan refers to a small neighborhood in Manhattan, New York City that is centered on the single block of West 46th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues. The area consists mostly of Brazilian commercial enterprises and Brazilian restaurants. It is demarcated by signs between Fifth Avenue and Seventh Avenue, along 46th Street, and several vendors display the green and yellow colors of the Brazilian flag.
Little Brazil is famous for hosting New York City's annual Brazilian Day which features live music and food stands from the various restaurants on the street.
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- Walter Godinez (December 9, 2014). "The World in NYC: Brazil". New York International.
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