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