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Far to the north of the island of Manhattan is the scenic, hilly, and working-class neighborhood of Fort George.
Fort George slideshow (Coming Soon)
Stretching north from West 181st street to Dyckman Street, and west from Broadway to the Harlem River, Fort George is best known for how remarkably un-flat its winding streets are. In fact, given the sweeping, sloping curves of Audubon Avenue and Wadsworth Avenue and Terrace, this neighborhood often has a secluded, almost cloistered feel to it - perhaps fitting, given how the nearby Cloisters looms in the distance from the neighboring Hudson Heights.
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All photography provided by Samuel Walters