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The Belt is a culturally redefined alley in the heart of Downtown Detroit. Within the alley there are bars, nightclubs, art and pure vibes.
A great little tucked away spot with a few bars and restaurants, a great place to take pictures! There is great art on the walls and many people have imprompto photo shoots here!
Uber cool, hidden gem, and another must-see on my top 10 un-touristy things to do in Detroit: Take a walk through The Belt -- actually an alley decorated with the work of world-renowned street artists and home to restaurants and pop-up shops. Exhibits change every six months.
The BELT is a culturally redefined alley in the heart of downtown Detroit
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