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Where do you live If you have ever met anyone in St Louis this is probably one of the first questions asked Whether you are from the city county north south east or west most people in St Louis are convinced that they can identify you by what community you come from The actual city of St Louis is broken into three main parts the North Side South City and the Central West End The three areas combined have approximately eighty established neighborhoods If you decide to add the western part of St Louis County this number is most likely to double Many areas of the city were originally established by separate ethnic groups while most others were developed by social groups You dont have to be a genius to realize the area known as Dutchtown was established by German immigrants However it may not be so easy to identify areas such as Dogtown or The Hill as the Irish and Italian areas of town The Central West End is historically a very liberal yet sophisticated part of the city This area can be further subdivided into a middle class and a very wealthy area depending on which side of Kingshighway you live on University City was started mainly by Washington University students and is still predominantly populated by area college kids This portion of the city has also grown a subdivision known as The Loop The Loop is extremely liberal and thought of by most people as almost mysterious or bizarre A new phenomenon happening in our city is the rebirth of many of our older and rundown areas One of the best examples of this is the Soulard area of town which now has an established nightlife as well as exquisite historical antique homes Lafayette Square has also enjoyed the same type of success as Soulard It is still in the middle of a high crime area but is populated
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