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Carpenters' Hall - Philadelphia's Architectural Tradition - 17th and 18th Century Architecture

Carpenters' Hall - Philadelphia's Architectural Tradition - and Century Architecture

Victorian House, Its Beautiful, Graveyards, Amazing Architecture, Monuments, Mansions, Abandoned, Gothic, Buildings

Lost architecture in philadelphia

Lost architecture in philadelphia

Thomas Hockley House (1875) Philadelphia – Frank Furness

Thomas Hockley House (1875) Philadelphia – Frank Furness

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The Hegeler Carus Mansion in Lasalle, IL In the the original owner set up a family business publishing books intended to introduce the American public to the works of the world's great philosophers.

Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, by Frank Furness

PAFA's Historic Landmark Building, designed by Philadelphia-born architect Frank Furness and George Hewitt, is considered one of the finest surviving examples of Gothic architecture in the county. Photo Date: 1900

The Liberty Bell (with its famous crack) is located across the street from Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Philadelphia City Hall is bigger than the U. Capitol, and the largest masonry-only building in the world.

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