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Originally known as the Pennsylvania State House,<ref>[https://books.google.com/books?id=0Z2DDAAAQBAJ&pg=PT216 Shaping the City: Studies in History, Theory and Urban Design]</ref> the [[Second Continental Congress]] met here.
 
Originally known as the Pennsylvania State House,<ref>[https://books.google.com/books?id=0Z2DDAAAQBAJ&pg=PT216 Shaping the City: Studies in History, Theory and Urban Design]</ref> the [[Second Continental Congress]] met here.
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== See also ==
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*[[List of World Heritage Sites in Europe and North America]]
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*[[Old City Hall (Philadelphia)|Old City Hall]]
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*[[Carpenters' Hall]]
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*[[Christ Church, Philadelphia|Christ Church]]
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[[Category:Independence National Historical Park]]

Latest revision as of 02:13, December 16, 2017

Independence Hall

Independence Hall is a national landmark located in Philadelphia, which is where the Constitutional Convention took place, and where the Declaration of Independence was adopted.

Originally known as the Pennsylvania State House,[1] the Second Continental Congress met here.

See also

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