The Jewish Harlem Walking Tour
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Join Barry Judelman as he leads you on a walk by the former sites of Jewish religious life in the remarkable urban settlement of Harlem, which from 1870 -1930, was the third largest Jewish community in the world, after New York's Lower East Side and Warsaw, Poland.
Venue: Northeast corner of Adam Clayton Powell Blvd and 125th
the statue of Adam Clayton Powell Map
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