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Times Square

Times Square is perhaps the most famous intersection in the world. At Broadway and Seventh Avenue, it stretches from West 42nd to West 47th ... tags: andfamous_intersectionshistoric_sitesLeisureLifeNew_Year's_EveTimes_Square

Bowery & St. Mark's Church

St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery, also known as St.-Marks-In-The-Bowery, is located at 10th and Stuyvesant Streets and 2nd Avenue in the ... tags: andBoweryhistoric_sitesLeisureLifeSt_Marks_Churchtravel_videos

The Municipal Bldg

The Municipal Building at Chambers and Centre streets is one of the largest government buildings in the world. More than 28,000 New Yorkers ... tags: andhistoric_sitesLeisureLifeMunicipal_BuildingNew_York_architectureNew_York_history

Arlington National Cemetery

Arlington National Cemetery is a military cemetery established during the American Civil War on the grounds of Arlington House. tags: andArlington_National_CemeteryCustis_LeeGeorge_CustisGeorge_Hadfieldhistoric_sitesLeisure

Free Quaker Meeting House

This restored Quaker meeting house contains two original benches and an original window. The balcony was built when the meeting house was ... tags: andFighting_QuakersFree_Quakershistoric_sitesLeisureLifeMeeting_House

First Bank of the United States and the Philadelphia Exchange

The First Bank of the United States was chartered by Congress in 1791. The bank was created to handle the financial needs and requirements ... tags: Alexander_Hamiltonandhistoric_sitesLeisureLifePhiladelphia_historyTravel_videos

Christ Church or Old North Church

Dating to 1744, Christ Church is considered one of the nation's most beautiful surviving 18th-century structures, a handsome example of ... tags: andChrist_Churchhistoric_sitesLeisureLifePhiladelphia_architecturePhiladelpia_history

City Tavern

The City Tavern was the favorite meeting place of many of the Founding Fathers. It was built in 1773. Today, it reconstructs life in the ... tags: andCity_tavernFounding_Fathershistoric_sitesLeisureLifePhiladelphia_history

Congress Hall

Congress met in Congress Hall when Philadelphia was the capital of the United States from 1790-1800. Congress Hall has been restored to the ... tags: andBill_of_RightsCongress_HallGeorge_Washingtonhistoric_sitesJohn_AdamsLeisure

Fireman's Hall Museum

The goal of Fireman's Hall, one of the nation's premier fire museums, is to preserve the ongoing history of Philadelphia firefighting. tags: andFireman's_Hallhistoric_sitesLeisureLifemuseumsPhiladelphia_fire_fighting

Carpenters Hall

Carpenters' Hall is a four-story brick building that played a significant role in the early U.S. history. The Carpenters' Company has owned ... tags: andCarpenters_Hallhistoric_sitesLeisureLifePhiladelphia_architecturePhiladelphia_parks

Arch Street Friends Meeting House

Arch Street Friends Meeting House is the oldest meeting house of the Religious Society of Friends Quakers still in use in the United States ... tags: andElizabeth_Drinkerhistoric_sitesLeisureLifeLucretia_MottOwen_Biddle