LIT­TLE ITALY—

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Just north of Pilsen on Tay­lor Street, this time­less, tightly knit Old World com­mu­nity is the old­est con­tin­u­ously Ital­ian neighborhood in the city. Im­mi­grants and younger gen­er­a­tions of Tus­cans and Si­cil­ians still speak Ital­ian, and fam­i­lyrun restau­rants serve up au­then­tic tastes of Italy. Shar­ing this slice of the city are stu­dents from the Chicago cam­pus of the Univer­sity of Illi­nois, where you’ll find the his­toric Hull House, founded by No­bel Peace Prize lau­re­ate Jane Ad­dams.

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