There is only a fifty-meter street in the old city of Philadelphia. I'm here on a special trip. I really like the feeling here. The 32 houses on both sides of the street were built between 1728 and 1836. At present, only two houses have been opened as museums. The rest of the old houses are inhabited by residents, and there is no sign of commercialization. Flowers adorn the front of the house. During the National Day, the Star-Spangled Banner became the most beautiful decoration.
It's strange for international tourists, but it's a famous lane for local people. Looking at the introductory signs on the street, we know that this alley basically keeps the appearance of the early Philadelphia streets in the United States. The streets and houses are the characteristics of Philadelphia architecture when the United States was founded. They are very quiet and are visited by tourists in twos and threes from time to time. The houses on both sides of the alley are still in use by local residents, so they can not be visited inside. At the end of the street there was a fork road, lush, with a small courtyard, where people taking wedding photos came to take pictures.
It's a short historic cottage street, but I don't know what to make a fuss about. Maybe as a European, all this is a little too common and familiar for us. Don't be too disdainful, but don't spend too much time here. There are many more interesting things to explore in Philadelphia.
It's a beautiful alley with a cool breeze in the old city. On a summer night, Chilling is just like that.
This block is one of the oldest communities in Philadelphia and even in the United States. It still retains the architectural features of the colonial period. Although it is not long, it is well preserved. Every family is decorated with very delicate flowers and plants. It is a very beautiful literary style and worth visiting.
A short old lane, a petty bourgeois sentiment. Colorful houses, flowery flowers, and a few lazy cats sprouted outside the window. An old man in old clothes was trying to introduce the history of the lane to tourists. For hundreds of years, it was discovered that there were still people living in the lane. On the other side of the lane was a roaring viaduct. Downstairs, there were endless tourists. It's hard for these residents.
Philadelphia is the largest city in Pennsylvania, just a river away from New Jersey; the fifth largest city in the United States, after New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Houston; and the fourth largest metropolitan area in the United States, after New York, Los Angeles and Chicago.
The lane is not wide, but it has historical significance. Both sides are historical buildings.