South Norwalk

Description


South Norwalk (known also as SoNo or Downtown) is a neighborhood in Norwalk, Connecticut. The neighborhood was originally a settlement called Old Well and was incorporated as the city of South Norwalk on August 18, 1870. The cities of Norwalk and South Norwalk were consolidated on June 6, 1913. The former city of South Norwalk became the new Norwalk's Second Taxing District. SoNo features a high density of bars and eateries and is the center of Norwalk's nightlife and restaurant culture. Go to the map ⬆⬆

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You can find around this zone pois of interest and places relates with Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns, Private elementary schools, Hamlets, villages and towns, Schools, what to see / tourism / beaches, Rail Accidents

Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns

  1. Wilton (Connecticut)
  2. Darien (Connecticut)
  3. Darien (condado de Fairfield, Connecticut)
  4. Norwalk (Connecticut)
  5. Westport (Connecticut)

Private elementary schools

  1. St. Aloysius School, New Canaan

Hamlets, villages and towns

  1. South Norwalk
  2. Rowayton
  3. West Side of Stamford
  4. East Norwalk

Schools

  1. Norwalk High School (Connecticut)

what to see / tourism / beaches

  1. Cummings Park

Rail Accidents

  1. Norwalk rail accident

Other interest places

  1. Richard and Geraldine Hodgson House
  2. South Norwalk Railroad Bridge
  3. Norwalk Islands
  4. Staples High School
  5. Our Lady of the Assumption Church (Westport, Connecticut)
  6. Norwalk Community College

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