The Liberty Bell in Philadelphia's Palace of Independence witnesses the centuries-old American Liberty Bell, sounds the American Independence Bell. It marks the place where the United States is independent. When you come to America and want to know where history has to come, the Palace of Independence, the Liberty Bell, Americans without history can only imagine the future.
It's impossible to come out to Philadelphia to see freedom. It's the most famous scenic spot here. It's on Sixth Street. It's easy to find, and there are quite a few visitors, even though it's raining today, the place where the door security check is still the exhaust team. The Memorial Hall of continuing the whole freedom is not big. It is a TV commentary outside. There is also a special Chinese TV commentary which is very intimate. Walk inside to receive pictures and exhibitions of cultural relics. Finally, the process of visiting in freedom is about five to ten minutes. This is where American history began. The history of your country is the same. The museum is very short. It's only after that that that it represents Philadelphia.
The Independence Palace is the predecessor of the United States Congress. Before Washington became the capital of the United States, Philadelphia was the temporary capital of the United States. The founding fathers of the United States were discussing national affairs in the Independence Palace. The Freedom Bell is now stored in the Independence Palace, which symbolizes freedom and equality. There are special videos about the origin of the Freedom Bell and Chinese introduction.
Philadelphia Liberty Bell, the symbol of Philadelphia, the symbol of freedom, the symbol of independence. The queue time is not long. After the basic security check, we enter the tour. There are pictures, audio and video display in many directions. There is a big crack in the freedom bell, which has no influence on its spirit of freedom, independence and democracy.
Outside the Independence Hall in Philadelphia stands a modern clock tower, which was cast by the famous Whitepell Foundry in London and handed over to the Independence Hall in 1752 (then called the State Council Building). It was badly made and had to be recast twice in Philadelphia.
Visiting the Liberty Bell requires a long queue outside and a security check. As the visitors flow to the end of the exhibition hall, it is the famous Liberty Bell. The clock, which was cast in London and about one meter high, is legendary despite its poor appearance. It was given to the United States by the British government. In order to show nobility, the clock was only used in major events. The first was the Declaration of Independence in 1776, the birth of the United States; the second bell in 1783, the victory of the War of Independence; when the third was struck, it was unexpected that it had been cracked. No one expected that such a noble national treasure would die without being struck, only three times. Because of this, its mysterious and legendary color eventually led to the long queue at the door every day.
Freedom Bell, also known as "Independence Bell", is a clock located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. It is the most important symbol of the American War of Independence, and also symbolizes freedom and justice. The interior is like a small museum. After entering, you can see some historical photo exhibitions about the Freedom Bell. In one of the exhibition halls, there is a TV Chinese explanation about the historical significance of the Freedom Bell. After seeing the exhibition, you can come to the Liberty Bell, which was originally placed on the bell tower of the Independent Palace Building, and later displayed in the memorial hall outside the lawn of the Independent Hall because of the cracking of the bell body.
I always wanted to see the Freedom Bell in Philadelphia. Finally, I had the chance to have zero-distance contact. There were many related introductions in the exhibition hall, from the design and perspective, as well as some photos of celebrities and Freedom Bell. Entering the exhibition hall of the Liberty Bell requires security checks, which I did not expect.
The Liberty Bell is the symbol of Philadelphia, the American spirit of freedom and the pride of Americans. It participated in the most important events in the early history of the United States. The clock was ordered by the Pennsylvania legislature at the White Chapel factory in London for 100 and placed in Philadelphia after it was completed in 1752.