Spanish Harlem

Spanish Harlem is one of New York City's largest Latino communities. It's located in northeastern Manhattan, roughly considered to have its borders on 96th Street in the south and 142nd St. in the North, between Fifth Avenue and the East River.

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Photos of Spanish Harlem
Lexington Avenue at E. 116th Street

The Latinos in Spanish Harlem (also known as El Barrio) are mostly Puerto Rican but recent years have brought a dramatic increase in Dominicans and Mexicans who are revitalizing the neighborhood. Spanish Harlem played an essential role in the birth of salsa music and continues to be a center of Latino culture in New York City. Cultural institutions include El Museo del Barrio which was founded to represent Latino culture of the Caribbean and Latin America.
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