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Around the New York Streets. P.4.

Gian Luka • 4 minutes read • October 12th, 2015
We continued our walk along the streets of the wonderful city of 

New York

. And now, we meet Harlem!
A local church.

My favorite, fire escapes.

This can be a very cozy district.

There were practically no skyscrapers there.

Curious . . . I wonder where the child is?

There was a lot of garbage on the streets and because of this, there was the impression of dirtiness. Even if the garbage is carefully assembled into packages, it shouldn't lie on the sidewalks like that . . .

Tall houses in Harlem.

It was quite nice here.

Such streets are common. The buildings look like pre-war Soviet architecture.

The red building is the hospital, if I'm not mistaken, of Columbia University.

Local New Yorkers say that the treatment of students is really not bad. The prices are lower than in conventional hospitals, and the care is better because they are concerned for their grades. Haven't they seen 'The Interns' there?

Abandoned cars in 

New York

are not uncommon.

Sometimes, Harlem looked very depressing and I didn't even want to leave the car. 

Again, the Cathedral. As I understood from the translation of the name, it is the Episcopal Church of the Intercession. This is between Catholicism and Protestantism, although they are closer to Protestant.

Sometimes, buildings appear in a formal style. Below, is the Boricua College, and to the left is the building of the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

Again, the Church.

3333 Broadway. This isn't typically an area associated with 

New York.



High-rise residential building.

Another view of Broadway.

And finally, the Church close-up.

Here is it, the Upper part of Manhattan and today's walk.
We went further.
Author: Gian Luka
Source: gianluka.livejournal.com
Translated by: Gian Luka

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