Considered the Mecca for African-Americans at the turn of the century, Central Harlem is home to Jazz, Lindy Hop and Swing, and continues today to be one of Harlem's most vibrant for the arts, dining and shopping.

Learn about significance of Central Harlem during the Harlem Renaissance, Civil Rights era and current development of area. Stroll 125th shopping corridor, visit African Market ' Little Senegal, and see stately homes and architecture in the historic district. See and learn about the Apollo Theater, Speaker's Corner, Hotel Theresa and other sites contributing to the rich and diverse history and legacy of Harlem.

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