Inside this building in Philadelphia, both the US Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution were debated and adopted.
The Independence Hall in the center, where US Declaration of Independence and US Constitution were debated and adopted.
“Liberty Bell Center” on the right.
The Liberty Bell was rung to mark the reading of the Declaration of Independence on July 8, 1776.
Even if cracked during the 19th century, this object is venerated and considered a symbol of freedom.
Few people know that the Liberty Bell has been sounded over the radio on June 6th 1944 (D-Day) during Normandy landing.
2nd street, Philadelphia
The statue appears in the movie “Rocky III” on top of the “Rocky Steps”.
After filming completed, Sylvester Stallone donated the statue to the City of Philadelphia.
The statue is now located at the bottom of the stairs at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
The 72 stone steps known thanks to their appearance in the “Rocky” movie series.
Many tourists ( I honestly could not resist either ) recreate the scene by running the steps to the top.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art is more known in popular culture for the 72 steps “Rocky” climbs in the movie series than for being among the largest art museums in the United States.
The lights give tone and emphasis to the falling water, on a cold night following a rainy day.
Magnificent view from the US side of the Falls.
Iconic image of Atlantic City beach, New Jersey
United States patriotism painted on a wall in an alley in Atlantic City, New Jersey
The town’s resorts enjoy the twilight
The first boardwalk in the United States, the casinos and resorts that inspired the original version of the board game Monopoly.
A warm summer night in Atlantic City.
The skyline of “Philly”, the birthplace of the USA, from the Philadelphia Museum of Art
This is the meaning of the word Philadelphia, translated from Greek.
“Philly” is the most important city of the state of Pennsylvania, USA.