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Parcs et nature à Washington Heights, Manhattan

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“Highbridge Park is a public park located on the western bank of the Harlem River in Washington Heights, Manhattan, New York City. It stretches between 155th Street and Dyckman Street in Upper Manhattan”
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“Gifted to the city in 1935 by John D. Rockefeller, Fort Tryon’s 67-acre greenland is a geological beauty which offers visitors a view from one of the highest points of Manhattan, overlooking the Hudson River, the Palisades, and the lower Hudson Valley. ”
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“Fort Washington Park is a public park located in the Washington Heights section of Upper Manhattan in New York City. It runs along the banks of the Hudson River next to Riverside Drive and the Henry Hudson Parkway from West 155th Street to Dyckman Street. The George Washington Bridge crosses above the park, and below the bridge is the small point of land also called Jeffrey's Hook, which is the site of the Little Red Lighthouse.”
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“J. Hood Wright Park is a park of the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation which is located between Fort Washington and Haven Avenue, and between West 173rd and 176th Streets in the Washington Heights neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. The 6.7 acres (2.7 ha) park includes a playground – which features a model of the nearby George Washington Bridge, which is visible from the park, basketball courts, ballfields, and a recreation center, as well as a dog walk, a cave in the natural rock formations which form the park's western boundary, and an installation of a piece of modern sculpture, "3000 AD Diffussion Piece" by Terry Fugate-Wilcox.”
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“Bennet Park is named for James Gordon Bennett (1795-1872). Other memorials in the park include the Emilio Barbosa Memorial. Bennett Park hosts a variety of events, such as the Revolutionary War Reenactment, which Redcoats and George Washington's army actors converge and fight in the park, reenacting the battle of Fort Washington. An annual Harvest Festival is held in the park's field.”
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“The walk across is windy but really nice. You can see the NYC sky line from here. Also, at night it's light up and looks so beautiful. ”
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“Referenced in many a rap song, Rucker Park carries a lot of meaning to the Harlem community. The site of the famous summer basketball tournament, the park has been a place for community solidarity for over 40 years. Inarguably the most famous spot for street ball, many NBA legends laced up and honed their skills here and it remains a court of dreams for many young, aspiring pro-ball players. Come by during a game and you're bound to run into a celebrity or two, there to see the talents of basketball's future stars who will inevitably make it to the major league like players of Rucker's past.”
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“Convent Garden lies in the heart of the Sugar Hill section of Harlem, so named because of the “sweet life” of its residents during the first half of the 20th century.”
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“J. Hood Wright Park is a park of the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation which is located between Fort Washington and Haven Avenue, and between West 173rd and 176th Streets in the Washington Heights neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. The 6.7 acres (2.7 ha) park includes a playground – which features a model of the nearby George Washington Bridge, which is visible from the park, basketball courts, ballfields, and a recreation center, as well as a dog walk, a cave in the natural rock formations which form the park's western boundary, and an installation of a piece of modern sculpture, "3000 AD Diffussion Piece" by Terry Fugate-Wilcox.”
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Playground
“Nice walking paths, views of the Harlem River and a little bit off the main road so it is quiet :)”
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Sentiers de randonnée

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