Known worldwide as a vibrant, intimate town with big city sophistication, Delray Beach is a gem of South Florida, directly on the Atlantic Ocean. The city has upscale shops, fine restaurants, nighttime entertainment and, of course, the incomparable beauty of nearly two miles of award-winning beaches. Our Diversity in Delray Cultural & Heritage Tour & Tasting Experience will showcase the city's diversity through the hidden cultural gems and historic sites found in some of the off the beaten path historic neighborhoods and art districts. Our bus tour will make stops at Spady Cultural Heritage Museum, Arts Garage and include Caribbean and soul food tastings along with other surprises. Whether you are a local or a visitor, we invite you to become immersed in diverse cultures in Delray Beach and gain a better understanding & appreciation of the rich history right in your own backyard!
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Fort Wayne is located in the city of Detroit, Michigan, at the foot of Livernois Avenue in the Delray neighborhood. The fort is situated on the Detroit River at a point where it is about a mile to the Canadian shore. The original 1848 limestone barracks still stands, as does the 1845 star fortification (renovated in 1863 with brick exterior facing). On the fort grounds but exterior to the original star fort are additional barracks, officers quarters, hospital, shops, recreation building, commissary, guard house, garage, and stables. Building continued on the site until 1931. The fort sits on 96 acres. Since the 1970s, 83 acres , including the original star fort and a number of buildings, has been operated by the city of Detroit. The remaining area is operated by the Army Corps of Engineers as a boatyard. The fort was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971. Fort Wayne is Detroit's third fort. The first, Fort Detroit, was built by the French in 1701.