On this three-hour walking tour, learn about the diverse ethnic and cultural history of Harlem. This storied neighborhood in the New York City borough of Manhattan has been called the soul of the city. Starting with the Dutch in 1658, and followed by the Irish, Italian, Spanish, Eastern European Jews and African Americans, many ethnic cultures have flocked to Harlem over the centuries. You can still see European-style boulevards and more than 400 churches in this great village. African American culture still dominates the highly gentrified and sophisticated neighborhood, and many legendary celebrities have made a deep impression here. See the famed Apollo Theater, the Hotel Theresa and the Studio Museum; hear stories of the Harlem Renaissance; learn about giant creative figures like Duke Ellington, Paul Robeson, Langston Hughes, Ella Fitzgerald, Malcolm X, Frederic Douglass and more.
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