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Philadelphia City Hall

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Philadelphia City Hall is the house of government for the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. At 548 ft (167 m), including the statue of city founder William Penn atop it, it is the world's tallest masonry building.
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Amy
Amy
November 14, 2019
I always pass through here on the way to visit my parents or just getting to the other side of town. It's a great building, full of architectural details. Dilworth Park, on the west side, has an ice skating rink in the winter and a run through water fountain in the summer. Love Park, across the…
Erin
Erin
September 03, 2019
Get tickets for a quick trip up to the top of City Hall’s observation deck!
Brandon
Brandon
June 04, 2019
Amazing example of early American architecture
Kira
Kira
May 29, 2019
Big, ornate municipal building with clock tower capped by 11-m. statue of city founder William Penn.
Tracy
Tracy
May 24, 2019
The largest city municipal building in the country!

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Ubicación
1400 John F Kennedy Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Teléfono+1 215-686-1776
Sitio webphila.gov
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