• La casa de las velas New york
  • If you’ve got a problem, chances are that La Casa de las Velas, which translates from Spanish to “The House of Candles,” can help you out. The shop carries merchandise heavily influenced by Santeria, the syncretic religion of West African and Caribbean origins that mixes Roman Catholicism with more ancient beliefs. That heritage is evidenced by the rows of figurines featuring a blend of Catholic saints and pagan deities, and the mixture of… More info
    60 Luis Munoz Marin Boulevard, Manhattan, New York, NY 10029
  • The demolition depot New york
  • This 125 Street building-material shrine to all things amazing features a jaw-dropping four floors of lighting fixtures, porcelain waterworks, antique doors and windows, decorative sculpture and just about every other neat piece of architectural adornment. Demolition Depot opened in 1972 by then 16-year-old Evan Blum. The son of an architect, Blum was dismayed to see historical buildings distorted in the 1960s and 1970s, so he made it his life's… More info
    216 East 125th St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10035
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