The popular Mott Street in New York City's Chinatown neighborhood serves as a major attraction for tourists. First laid out in the 1700s, today this street is packed with souvenir shops, tea houses and restaurants. Be it the Old St. Patrick's Cathedral (the first Catholic cathedral built in New York), the busy fish and vegetable market or the tall Citibank building, there is always a reason to visit Mott Street. No wonder it has been unofficially crowned Chinatown's "Main Street".
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