Vibrant Colors of West Harlem

West Harlem is home to fantastic restaurants and bakeries, beautiful churches, unique architecture, inspiring street art, and a bustling 125th Street complete with musicians and the legendary Apollo Theater.  It’s an exquisite neighborhood, alive with soul and energy.  They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Here is a photographic tour of the vibrant colors of West Harlem.

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First Ebenezer Baptist Church on 8th Avenue.

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Street art on West 116th Street.

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Cross-shaped windows on 8th Avenue.

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Mosaic at intersection of 125th Street and 8th Avenue.

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Second St. John Baptist Church on West 118th Street.

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Street art on West 117th Street.

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Entryway on 8th Avenue.

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Street art on West 125th Street.

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Fragrance bottles near intersection of 125th Street and 8th Avenue.

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Street art on West 117th Street.

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Flowers at Coventry Garden.

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Entryway on West 118th Street.

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Mosaic at intersection of 125th Street and 8th Avenue.

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Entryway on West 116th Street.

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5 comments on Vibrant Colors of West Harlem

  1. Anna R
    September 20, 2013 at 9:33 am (7 months ago)

    Great pictures. I haven’t been to explore here yet – maybe I’ll check it out this weekend!

    Reply
  2. vakta mondal
    January 23, 2014 at 10:48 am (3 months ago)

    Ha ha ha Great BLOG. very colorful and amazing. Nice to have a fantastic blog.

    Thanks ………………

    Reply

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