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Philadelphia apartments are located in a city full of interesting attractions and sites. This historic city is the setting for the titular movie starring Tom Hanks and Denzel Washington, the NFL team the Philadelphia Eagles, and the NBL baseball team the Phillies. There are a lot of other things that make residents proud to call Philly home.

The Independence National Historical Park is the site where the United States government began. On this stretch of land, many of the fledgling government’s events were held. For example, this is where the Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776. Congress Hall, Independence Hall, the Bishop White House, the New Hall Military Museum, Franklin Court, and the Graff House are some of the historic buildings found in the park. It is also the home of the Liberty Bell.

The Reading Terminal Market is another popular place to visit in Philadelphia. Founded in 1892, it is the oldest farmers market in the United States. Here visitors will find almost every type of food imaginable, including soul, Asian and Middle Eastern cuisine, Philly cheesesteaks, and Pennsylvania Dutch foods.

Another historic location in Philadelphia is the Valley Forge National Historic Park. This is an important site for the War of Independence. It still contains cannons and log huts used by Washington’s men during the war over 225 years ago. Besides its historical significance, modern residents use the site for biking, running, and walking due to the 75 mile trail that connects to the Appalachian Trail and horse trails for equestrians. Hiking and fly fishing are also activities that are enjoyed at the Valley Forge National Historical Park.

Other popular destinations in Philadelphia are Sesame Place, Franklin Square, The Franklin Institute, The Barnes Foundation, Eastern State Penitentiary, Penn Museum, The Rocky Steps, Longwood Gardens, the Philadelphia Zoo, Please Touch Museum, The Italian Market, the Academy of Natural Sciences, Peddler’s Village, Adventure Aquarium, the National Museum of Jewish American History, and Love Park.

Those looking to move into a Philadelphia apartment will find that each part of the city has a unique and vibrant history that will make home feel just a little more special. No matter the style and taste of the person, they will find a great place to live in the the luxurious Equity apartments of Philadelphia.

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