Lovin’ Philly


With just two days to explore Philadelphia by foot, I saw some beautiful architecture, flowers and scenery.  I don’t remember the name of this park, but it is beautiful!

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Looks like this new store sells everything that’s bad for you…

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As you can see, this was the site of William Penn’s residence and the Seat of Government in 1700.

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Handsome horse and man…

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This moss stained brick wall caught my eye…

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Interesting place to have a cemetery…

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Beautiful spring flowers…

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There are so many wonderful buildings and architecture to feast your eyes on in Philadelphia…

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Pretty Church…

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And wrought-iron fence…

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I was reminded of Charleston’s Architecture.

Come back…there’s more of Philadelphia tomorrow!

18 thoughts on “Lovin’ Philly

  1. There is a fabulous street Flea Market twice a year around the First Presbyterian Church, collectable, not junk and it attracts people from all over Pennsylvania. You would love it and your gallery of the city is just great ! I hope you got to some of the better restaurants as well!

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  2. My pick has to be the row of houses … because they have the same basements entrance as our houses had once; my grandparents had an entrance like that. I was also in Philly during spring and I remember all the flowers, the backstreets and .. that is was a very clean city. Fantastic gallery … and your photos bring me back every time. Enjoy your posts so much. Still waiting for the bell *smiling.

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