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Historic Landmarks

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Riverside Drive Viaduct
Riverside Drive, between 125th-135th Streets.
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Roger Morris Apartment House
555 Edgecombe Ave

This white brick terra-cotta building, referred to as the “Triple Nickel,” was designated as a landmark in 1993. It was the former home of such celebrities as Count Basie, Paul Robeson and Kenneth Clark; athletes Joe Louis, Jesse Owens and Althea Gibson. WAHI

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Saint Frances X Cabrini Shrine
701 Fort Washington Ave
New York, NY
2129233536

Although born in Italy, Frances Xavier “Mother” Cabrini became a U.S. citizen and was the first American to become a saint. She was sent to the United States by the Catholic Church and set about hospitals, orphanages, schools and nurseries. She was the founder of the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart and was known as the Patroness of Immigrants. WAHI

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Saint Joseph’s Church
405 West 125th Street
212-662-9125
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Strivers Row
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138th - 139th Sts (between Adam Clayton Powell, Jr & Frederick Douglass Blvds)
New York, NY

Legends like Eubie Blake, Fletcher Henderson, W.C. Handy and Adam Clayton Powell, Jr once called these exquisite, hallowed townhouses home.

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Swing Low: Harriet Tubman Memorial
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121st St at Frederick Douglass Blvd and St. Nicholas Ave

A once barren traffic triangle was reborn as Harriet Tubman Square when the statue was raised to celebrate her determination and strength helping to free slaves via the Underground Railroad. She faces south to remind visitors of the multiple dangerous journeys she took for the freedom of others. An American hero!

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Sylvan Terrace
160th – 162nd Sts, Edgecombe – St Nicholas Ave

As if off the set of a movie, this cluster of 20 Victorian wood frame row houses surrounding the Morris-Jumel Mansion built for police officers and subway workers makes you feel out of place in your 21st century garb. Oh if that cobblestone street could talk…WAHI

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Trinity Cemetery and Mausoleum
770 Riverside Dr
New York, NY
212 368 1600

Founded in 1842, this is the only remaining active cemetery on the island of Manhattan, offering beauty, tranquility, and serenity in one of Manhattan’s most historic settings. The Cemetery is the final resting place of naturalist John James Audubon, actor Jerry “Lennie Briscoe” Orbach, and former New York City mayor Ed Koch. WAHI

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West Harlem Piers Park
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127th -141st St along St. Nicholas Ave
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