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Philadelphia City Hall - the largest of all city halls in the United States.  The building is still the tallest and largest masonry building in the world.  No steel frame was used, the walls on the 1st flooor are 22ft thick - this is to support all the weight from the floors above. The tower is 511ft in height.  At top is a statue of William Penn - 37ft high and weighs 27 ton.

Philadelphia City Hall - the largest of all city halls in the United States. The building is still the tallest and largest masonry building in the world. No steel frame was used, the walls on the 1st flooor are 22ft thick - this is to support all the weight from the floors above. The tower is 511ft in height. At top is a statue of William Penn - 37ft high and weighs 27 ton.

Philadelphia Skyline at NIGHT from East Black & White BW Philly City Downtown 12 inches x 36 inches Photographic Panorama Poster Print Photo Picture Standard Size photosbyjon http://www.amazon.com/dp/B009N6XAR2/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_VNDLtb0Z5ZCA4TDV

Philadelphia Skyline at NIGHT from East Black & White BW Philly City Downtown 12 inches x 36 inches Photographic Panorama Poster Print Photo Picture Standard Size photosbyjon http://www.amazon.com/dp/B009N6XAR2/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_VNDLtb0Z5ZCA4TDV

Philly, home to Liberty Bell with an inscription in its body to "Proclaim LIBERTY throughout all the Land unto all the Inhabitants thereof Lev. XXV X  By Order of the ASSEMBLY of the Province of PENSYLVANIA [sic] for the State House in Philada    Pass and Stow  Philada  MDCCLIII (1753)".    Many remain unaware that it has also been a symbol for many other worthy causes of Liberty through the years: most notably as abolitionist cause and women's suffrage rights.

Philly, home to Liberty Bell with an inscription in its body to "Proclaim LIBERTY throughout all the Land unto all the Inhabitants thereof Lev. XXV X By Order of the ASSEMBLY of the Province of PENSYLVANIA [sic] for the State House in Philada Pass and Stow Philada MDCCLIII (1753)". Many remain unaware that it has also been a symbol for many other worthy causes of Liberty through the years: most notably as abolitionist cause and women's suffrage rights.

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