The independence bell, also known as the independence bell, was first read out on 4 July 1976 and was shipped to Philadelphia by the bell factory in London, England, and cracked at the test and then cracked again in 1835, when Washington was celebrated for its birthday. So now there are also cracked tickets to be shown to other attractions in the Free Square
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My first time in Philadelphia so I had to see The Liberty Bell, Betsy Ross House where the first US flag was sewn
The Philadelphia Freedom Bell is a historical monument in the National Independence Historical Park in Philadelphia. It is a symbol of Philadelphia and is a symbol of American independence. It is second only to the Statue of Liberty in the United States. The Liberty Bell, which is only 250 years old and weighs just over 900 kilograms, was made of a mixture of metals. Ordered from Britain by the Pennsylvania Parliament for £100 in 1751, the craftsmanship was apparently limited in that year, and the second year the bell was shipped to Philadelphia, where it broke when it was tried.
We travled for the first time to pennsylvania last year and it was beautiful ! The community has so much history to share and the liberty bell was my favorite attraction !
The Philadelphia Liberty Bell is a historical monument in the Philadelphia National Independence Historical Park. It is a symbol of Philadelphia and a symbol of American independence. Its popularity in the United States is second only to the Statue of Liberty.
The clock face is engraved with the famous saying from the "Bible": "Declare freedom to all people in the world."
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Jeremy_Dodson:I recommended Franklin Court,Penn's Landing,Philadelphia Flowershow,Ponte sul Ticino,Liberty Bell