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Around Philadelphia by Sia Huff

Across the Delaware River from Philly in Camden, NJ, Battleship New Jersey is harbored. The U.S.S. New Jersey is America’s most decorated battleship in Naval history. Launched exactly one year after the bombing of Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1942, the New Jersey saw a lot of action until its final decommissioned in February 1991. […]

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Historic Sites of Philadelphia

Downtown Historical Philadelphia is all within walking distance. In about four city blocks you can visit The Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Ben Franklin’s print shop and gave site, and Betsy Ross’s house. There are several tours you can take, including a hop on-hop off bus tour. Betsy Ross’s house: Betsy Ross was a pioneer woman […]

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National Constitution Center in Phildelphia, PA by Sia Huff

The National Constitution Center is the only museum honoring the U.S Constitution. This one of a kind place isn’t just a museum, as the Constitution isn’t just a piece of paper. An experience like few others, you enter a circular theater where a multimedia award-winning production called Freedom Rising, brings to life the importance of […]

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