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New York City East Village walk Valentine travel

New York City East Village walk Valentine travel

Upper East Side, New York City 110 | by Vivienne Gucwa

Victorian townhouses Upper East Side, New York City by Vivienne Gucwa

Spanish Harlem starts at 96th street from 5th Ave. to the East River and continues north to 116h street. Puerto Rican immigration after the First World War established an enclave at the western portion of Italian Harlem (around 110th Street and Lexington Avenue), which became known as Spanish Harlem. For more inspiration, follow @bohemiarealty.

Spanish Harlem starts at 96th street from 5th Ave. to the East River and continues north to 116h street. Puerto Rican immigration after the First World War established an enclave at the western portion of Italian Harlem (around 110th Street and Lexington Avenue), which became known as Spanish Harlem. For more inspiration, follow @bohemiarealty.

Trash and Vaudeville, 4 St. Marks Place  NYC — I loved shopping here, especially for shoes.

Trash and Vaudeville, 4 St. Marks Place, NYC: for all your bondage pant / winklepicker / studded wristband / brothel creeper needs (since

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photographer Rebecca Lepkoff brings the lower East Side back into focus. Her iconic shots, taken between 1937 and on display at New York Tenement Museum. I love the laundry hanging

Photographer Camilo José Vergara studied the South Bronx and Lower East Side during a period of economic stagnation.

The streets of 1970s New York City: A decade of urban decay

1970 View of the World Trade Center under construction from Duane Street. Photographer Camilo José Vergara studied the South Bronx and Lower East Side during a period of economic stagnation.

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