Liberty Bell, Philadelphia

The Liberty Bell. Pictured is Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell's old home, before The Liberty Bell is an iconic symbol of American independence, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Formerly placed in the steeple of the Pennsylvania State House

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Philadelphia City Hall

Philadelphia City Hall is quite the building and the view is wonderful from the tower!

Betsy Ross in Historic Philadelphia

Visit this 250 Year Old Home! Visit the home of the most famous flag maker in America - Betsy Ross. Take a tour of this famous woman's home and see what it would have looked like while she was alive.

Broad St., north from Spruce St, between 1894 and 1910

A bunch of old photos of Philadelphia., north from Spruce St, between 1894 and 1910

Moyamensing Prison, Philadelphia 1896.

Also the park at and Bainbridge used to be a cemetery?


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Christian Street, 1913  Between 2nd and 3rd Streets. Paved with Belgian Blocks which were used for ships' ballast, then off-loaded and used to pave Philadelphia streets.

My sister's old neighborhood. Christian Street, 1913 Between and Streets. Paved with Belgian Blocks which were used for ships' ballast, then off-loaded and used to pave Philadelphia streets.

Official Philadelphia Sports Power Hour- chronicles the history of this city so well.

The official Philly Power Hour

910 South 5th Street - May 6, 1915

910 South Street - May 1915

The Declaration of Independence and US Constitution were signed at Independence Hall in Philadelphia, PA, in 1776. On July 8, 1776, the Liberty Bell, made by John Pass & John Stow (Pass and Stow) was rung to summon people for the reading of the Declaration of Independence

Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Philadelphia, PA USA-Boy how many times I've touched the bell and been to Independence Hall. Especially Philadelphia Soft pretzels and Tasty Cakes and Philly Cheesesteak sandwiches.

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