Independence Hall, Philadelphia Photos

Independence Hall was originally the statehouse of the colony of Pennsylvania & the site where the Continental Congress signed the Declaration of Indpendence on July 4, 1776. It is thus almost a shrine considered the first Capitol of the United States. Restored to the era with baize tables & quill pens, it is run by the National Park Service which maintains the Liberty Bell & nearby historic structures as part of an historic district.

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Liberty Bell at Independence Hall. Philadelphia, PA.Tower of Independence Hall. Philadelphia, PA.Interior of Independence Hall where Continental Congress met. Philadelphia, PA.National Parks interpreters dress in Revolutionary era dress at Independence Hall. Philadelphia, PA.
Liberty Bell at Independence Hall. Philadelphia, PA.Tower of Independence Hall. Philadelphia, PA.Interior of Independence Hall where Continental Congress met. Philadelphia, PA.National Parks interpreters dress in Revolutionary era dress at Independence Hall. Philadelphia, PA.
Statue of George Washington at Independence Hall. Philadelphia, PA.Independence Hall. Philadelphia, PA.

Statue of George Washington at Independence Hall. Philadelphia, PA.Independence Hall. Philadelphia, PA.


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