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The TLA is a small, more intimate concert venue that often features a good mix of national acts and local musicians..
The TLA is a small, more intimate concert venue that often features a good mix of national acts and local musicians.
334 South Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States
The Thaddeus Kosciuszko National Memorial was home to a little-known freedom fighter and military engineer who designed fortifications for the colonists during the American Revolution
The Carpenter's Hall is a 2-storey Georgian building where delegates from the first Continental Congress gathered in this building in 1774 and voted to declare independence from Great Britain
The Independence Hall is the highlight of the Independence National Historical Park, the site where the Declaration of Independence was adopted on July 4, 1776, and where the U
The New Hall Military Museum showcases the role of the Army, Navy, and Marines in the American Revolution and early American history through military memorabilia including weapons, uniforms, battle flags, and more
The National Museum of American Jewish History showcases the American Jewish experience through history, detailing the stories of Jewish immigrants and the development of their identity
The Second Bank was chartered five years after the First Bank lost its charter, from 1816 to 1836, and then functioned as an ordinary bank until it was liquidated in 1841
The Independence National Historic Park comprises some of USA's most famous historic sites associated with the American Revolution, including Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell, Benjamin Franklin's house and grave, and the house in which the Declaration of Independence was written
The Congress Hall, to the west of Independence Hall, is where the U
The iconic Liberty Bell is an emblem of American Independence, and holds a symbolic place in history as the 'justice bell' that heralded significant events
The Franklin Court is what remains of Benjamin Franklin's brick house after it was torn down 20 years after his death, with a Benjamin Franklin Museum on site that throws light on his inventions and artifacts