Founded in the 17th century by William Penn as a haven for persecuted Quakers, Philadelphia quickly became the most important city in America. By the dawn of the revolution it was the largest English-speaking city in the world outside of London. Covering
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Philadelphia has a treasury of American history like the Liberty Bell and Constitution Hall. The scenic countryside is home to the prosperous farms of the Pennsylvania Dutch country. Enjoy, golf, spectator sports, fine dining, museums, great activities and so much more. There are unique places for to visit including: Eastern State Penitentiary, The Benjamin Franklin Bridge, and the United States Mint. There are some familiar activities and attractions such as the zoo and aquarium.
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