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Harlemの公園&自然

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公園
“Wonderful park to visit for family time with children and pets. They have a theater in the Park that is used for play performances, to show movies and for many other types of events and musical productions.”
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公園
“This 30-acre park has distinctive natural geography of a rugged cliff. There are playgrounds, basketball courts, and baseball/softball diamonds, plus a waterfall and pond. Catch some shade or sun - there are open and tree-covered areas alike. A great spot to have a picnic or stroll. ”
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公園
“This park is full of charm and wonder. The long stairs that go down into the park and then climb up and take you to the Far West Side are full of adventure. It's always fun to go through a stroll in the park and cross from Harlem into Morningside Heights and vice-versa. There is a trail for runners and ample green space for recreational activities. ”
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公園
“Marcus Garvey Park is located in Harlem, and East Harlem neighborhoods in the New York City borough of Manhattan.”
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画廊
“Its the hidden gem of Art galleries in Harlem. Great pieces from local artist - no denomination so you will find a ll kinds of styles and tastes for everyone. Great Art garden with sculptures and a big mosaic wall by artist Linus Corragio.”
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公園
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絶景スポット
“Walk, cycle, run, play, relax, and enjoy this unique esplanade along the shores of the Harlem River. The park restores the community’s historic access to the Harlem River waterfront by providing pedestrian access ways over the Harlem River Drive at 135th Street and Madison Avenue, 139th Street and Fifth Avenue, and 142nd Street and Fifth Avenue. ”
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公園
“In the late 1980s, just as the crack-cocaine epidemic gained momentum urban areas including New York City, artist Keith Haring stumbled across a very reasonable way to spread an anti-drug message to the demographic that needed it most: Why not paint a playground?”
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公園
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Playground
“Currently under renovation but hopefully will be ready in May. The have have great equipment for toddlers and big kids, a splash pad, swings and basketball court. ”
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公園
“ocated at the corner of East 120th Street and Sylvan Place, the land was originally acquired by the City in 1929 for a public bath. It went unused until 1938 when it became an informal sitting park, and was handed over to the Parks Department jurisdiction in 1945. The Harlem Art Park is part of the Historical Signs Project. When you enter the parking lot adjacent to the Harlem Courthouse building, you will notice a gated garden on the south side, which can only be reached from 120th Street. ”
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