Philadelphia’s Central Avenue runs through the entire city, from the clock tower to the CBD to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. It is a very wide avenue. There are few roads of this size in the United States. There are some of the most important buildings in Philadelphia on both sides.
Franklin Park Avenue, an outdoor sculpture garden, exhibits August Rodin’s "Thinkers" and "Hell’s Gate", Robert Indiana’s "Love", Alexander Sterling Calder’s The Three Rivers sculpture at the Wang Memorial Fountain and the "Shakespeare Memorial Sculpture", "Jan of Arc" and so on. I have been ignoring this before, but it is actually very worthwhile to go through. The avenue starts from the Philadelphia City Hall, passes through Logan Circle to the northwest, and ends in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.