Nestled Between Omaha's biggest draws, the Henry Doorly Zoo and the Old Market, you'll find a relative secret: Little Bohemia. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this scenic stretch of South 13th Street has long been the hub of Nebraska's Czech community. In the 19th century, immigrants came to the area on the promise of free land. By 1880, they comprised the city's most concentrated ethnic group. In recent years, though, a new wave of settlers has arrived—artists and first-time entrepreneurs. Trendy ventures (many started by women) fill Little Bo's historic redbrick buildings, like a diner-esque bar and shops offering sustainable streetwear and bespoke vintage home goods.
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