„Little Spain is a symbol of the first attempt of a successful Hispanic immigration process to the United States … Almost no one knows that there was a "Little Spain" in Manhattan, just like there's a "Little Italy."“

That's what's fascinating.
As quoted in "Artur Balder details Hispanic immigration documentary Little Spain" by Annie Martin at UPI (25 November 2014) http://www.upi.com/Entertainment_News/Movies/2014/11/25/Artur-Balder-details-Hispanic-immigration-documentary-Little-Spain/3261416930429/

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