New York – Harlem Tourism

28.03.2017
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Harlem is a neighborhood of New York located in the north of the island of Manhattan. It is delimited by the streets around 96th Street and 155th Street south to the north. It is an African American neighborhood, except the part lying east of Fifth Avenue, a Hispanic area known as Spanish Harlem or East Harlem. By the same author: Mark Stevens. In New York neighborhoods are very marked, and actually crossing the street almost everyone you see on the street is one race or another. In 1658, building on the fertility of the land in the area, Governor Peter Stuyvesant Netherlands founded the village of New Harlem, referring to the city of Harlem.El Netherlands Harlem African-American character has its origin in 1920, when the real estate agent Philip Payton became devalued many buildings and rented to members of the black community itself had been evicted from other parts of New York. The arrival at the time of artists, musicians and black intellectuals across the country led to the famous a Harlem Renaissance , catching on culture and African American music throughout New York.En 60 years the neighborhood has degenerated into the mythical dangerous neighborhood portrayed in many movies. Today Harlem is going to be a quiet and safe, but for now it is not advisable to move far from its main arteries: the street 116th Street, 125th Street Street also called Martin Luther King Boulevard, and Avenue 6E, called here Lenox Avenue. Harlem’s main attraction today is its famous Gospel Masses are held every Sunday in the numerous Baptist churches in the area. Many of them welcome everyone who wants to attend, including tourists and their donations, of course.

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