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Jumel Terrace

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Uptown New York’s only antiquarian bookshop, the shop specializes in local history, African and American, representing Colonial Washington Heights’ and Revolutionary Harlem’s history, art, and literature.
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Douglas
Douglas
April 26, 2015
Simply perfect for a lazy afternoon picnic. There yoga sessions take place throughout the week
Bukola
Bukola
November 12, 2014
Beautiful park and brick lane street ...
Stephen
Stephen
April 25, 2013
Oldest free standing mansion in Manhattan. Washington watched NYC burn from here and Aaron Burr was married to Eliza Jumel.

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Point of Interest
“The first building opened in 1907 and housed the American Numismatic Society. Soon followed by the Hispanic Society of America. In 1909-1912 the Spanish-language Church of Our Lady of Esperanza was built and the Museum of the American Indian joined in 1922. In 1923 the American Academy of Arts and Letters moved into a building. At its center, in front of the main building of the Hispanic Society of America, stands a monument honoring El Cid Campeador.”
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Bar
“They have the best mixed drinks and burger on a donut. They have a live band on the weekends for limitless mimosas!!!!”
  • 6 personnes du coin recommandent
Boulangerie
“Best carrot muffins ever! Lots of yummy cakes. Open for breakfast and lunch, too.”
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Restaurant
“Classic greek dinner. Good for soups, salads, paninis, hamburgers, as well as breakfast. Their spinach pie and mousaka are great! ”
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Buanderie
“Take the A Train... actually, you won't need to as you're staying in this Historically Designated (and tiny) neighborhood which can be walked in under an hour. See the Bailey Mansion, the Polo Grounds, the Royal Tenenbaum House, the city-landmarked 409 Edgecombe Ave which has homed W.E.B Dubois, Julius Bledsoe, Aaron Douglas, Walter Francis White, Roy Wilkins, Thurgood Marshall, I could go on.... and from there see views of the Yankee Stadium and the Bronx, (I can provide a guide)”
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Manhattan, NY 10032