The Italian Village in the Italian Valley will close for a week to be cleaned by storm water and other problems.
The Italian Village, at the base of the valley in Belmont, will be closed Monday, Sept. 25, 2018, and visitors will have to park at a nearby hotel.
The Italian village will be open as usual Friday, Sept 25.
The village is located in the western part of the Italian valley, about a mile north of the town of Sant’Elia.
The town of Belmont will be opened for visitors Thursday, Sept 24, 2018.
The village has been in operation for more than 150 years.
The town is known for its historic churches and Italian-style homes.
The Belmont Village has been home to the Italian-American population since the late 1800s.
The last Italian Village closed in 2004, according to the Belmont Historic District.
The German Village in Belwood will close Sept. 20, 2018 for the first time since 2009.
The Germantown German Village will be reopening Sept. 27, 2018 at 6 a.m. and will offer tours and a food truck.
The new Germantout German Village is expected to be open for business as usual, but no public events will be scheduled, the Germanttown Historical Society said.
The Village is located about five miles (8 kilometers) north of Belton.
The first Germantoff German Village opened in 1920.
The German Village has remained in operation since 1919, according a press release from the Germants’ Historical Society.
The American Village will reopen Monday, Oct. 1, 2018 and will have a special Christmas Day opening on the grounds.
The New Haven American Village, which opened in 1924, is expected be open until Nov. 2, 2018 as planned.
The American Village has served more than 2,000 visitors since opening in 1932.
The old Italian Village was opened in 1878 and has been known as the Italian Village since the early 1800s, according the village’s website.
The second Italian Village opened, in 1921, according its website.
It has been open since 1947.
The final Italian Village will open for regular tours in October 2019, but visitors are urged to arrive early.
The first Italian Village has closed every year since 2002, the village said in a press statement.
The Romano-British Village will close Oct. 19, 2019, and will be reopened Nov. 9.
The Romano British Village, located about 10 miles (16 kilometers) south of Manchester, will reopen on Monday, Nov. 12.
The British Village has operated since 1931.