Philadelphia Sightseeing - July 2004 Page 4 of 5
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A close up of a headstone in the cemetary of the Third Presbyterian Church on Pine St., established in 1768. During the British occupation the British soldiers used them for target practice - notice the pock marks left by their musket balls.
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Some graves in the cemetary of the Third Presbyterian Church on Pine St., established in 1768.
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We take a much needed rest from our walking tour and enjoy the tranquility, breeze and shade, as it was quite hot (100 degrees) and humid, in the cemetary of the Third Presbyterian Church on Pine St. Paul is expounding as MaryAnn and Mom listen.
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MaryAnn, Paul (still talking), and Mom rest on a bench in the cemetary of the Third Presbyterian Church on Pine St. "The Gibbons" - three moinkeys on a bench!
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MaryAnn, Paul, and Mom continuing our walking tour along Pine St.
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Some pretty houses along our walking tour along Pine St.
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Picture #3 of my "Philadelphia Doorways" series. Includes self protrait of the photographer - one of the few pictures including Dad.
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MaryAnn and Paul in front of the second oldest Synagogue in the country.
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MaryAnn and Paul in front of the second oldest Synagogue in the country.
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The narrowest house in the country. It is only 8 1/2 feet wide.
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Picture #4 of my "Philadelphia Doorways" series.
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Picture #5 of my "Philadelphia Doorways" series. Includes self protrait of the photographer - one of the few pictures including Dad.
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Picture #6 of my "Philadelphia Doorways" series - a two fer!
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The sign for the Pennsylvania Hospital, the first hospital in the U.S., established in 1751 by Dr. Thomas Bond and Benjamin Franklyn.
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The Pennsylvania Hospital, the first hospital in the U.S., established in 1751 by Dr. Thomas Bond and Benjamin Franklyn.
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In the center of the front lawn of The Pennsylvania Hospital, the first hospital in the U.S., established in 1751, is a statue of William Penn. John Penn, William's grandson, found it in an antique shop in London and presented it to the Hospital 1804.
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The sign for the Foodey Market and Deli, claiming to have the "best beer selection in the WORLD".
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The Foodey Market and Deli, claiming to have the "best beer selection in the WORLD".
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Beer, beer....
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and more beer!

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