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Overview

Founded by Quaker William Penn all the way back in 1682, the original capital for the fledgling United States, and home to some of the most important museums, sites, and institutions, Philadelphia's one of America's most iconic cities. From the Liberty Bell to the famous Philly cheesesteak, Philly's hometown to some of the greatest of greats in all of the world of Americana. It's a city that's always been defining greatness, and doesn't appear to be letting up any time soon.

This dichotomy of history and modernity manifests itself just about everywhere in Philly: historic cobbled streets—dotted with old taverns and chic gastropubs—give way to stunning modern architecture; modern art museums complement historic icons; indie rock wafts from clubs and classical masterpieces fill concert halls. It's a city with two sides—a city with its stunning future built on its prodigious past.

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Citizens Bank Park

Sports complex in Philadelphia Pennsylvania

Reading Terminal Market

Farmers Market

The African American Museum in Philadelphia

Museum in Philadelphia Pennsylvania

Philadelphia Museum of Art

Museum in Philadelphia Pennsylvania

Independence Hall

A National Landmark!

Italian Market

Neighborhood in Philadelphia Pennsylvania

Edgar Allan Poe National Historic Site

Historical place in Philadelphia Pennsylvania

Tony Luke's

The Real Taste of South Philly

Masonic Temple

Building in Philadelphia Pennsylvania

National Museum of American Jewish History

Museum in Philadelphia Pennsylvania
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