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Philadelphia is the largest city in Pennsylvania and the sixth-largest city in the United States by population. The City of Brotherly Love is home to about 1.6 million residents. The general Philadelphia area features nearly six million people in its population.
Philadelphia has one of the largest college student concentrations in the country. About 300,000 people attend such schools in the Philadelphia metropolitan area. Among the most prominent schools in the city include Saint Joseph’s, Temple, Drexel, the University of Pennsylvania, La Salle, and Holy Family University.
The city is also home to various historic theaters. The Walnut Street Theatre has been in operation since 1809, thus making it the world’s oldest continuously-operating English-language theater. The Kimmel Center and Curtis Institute of Music are also historic sites.
The South Philadelphia Sports Complex is a region home to the city’s baseball and football stadiums as well as an arena for basketball and ice hockey events. The FDR Golf Club and Skatepark are also located at the complex. The Xfinity Live entertainment center is in the area and is near the site of two since-demolished venues, Veterans Stadium and the Spectrum.
Philadelphia was founded in 1682 off of a grant from King Charles II of England to William Penn for a colony that would eventually become Pennsylvania. The land was purchased from the Lenape tribe. The city became the largest in British America shortly before the Revolutionary War. The city was the temporary capital of the newly formed United States until the District of Columbia was formed. The city continued to grow with a rich influx of Irish and German immigrants. The black population also grew exponentially following the Civil War.
Philadelphia is on the shore of the Delaware River with New Jersey on the other side of the water. The Delaware Expressway or I-95 goes through the city and leads to other key cities on the east coast. Philadelphia is about 100 miles south of New York and 100 miles north of Baltimore.
The city is critical to the history of the United States, as it is where the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution were drafted and signed. Independence Hall, where the two documents were signed, is one of the most noteworthy attractions in the city. The Liberty Bell, a symbol of American history, is also in Philadelphia.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art in the city is a historic museum home to thousands of art pieces from around the world. The museum also hosts various touring exhibitions.
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