Walking Exploration of Philadelphia

Philadelphia is one of the most European US cities. Its rich history and attention to city details built up a live museum of wonderful type specimens, textures, and materials to peruse for a visual connoisseur.

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%image_alt%A buzzer.

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The diversity of marble, ceramic and calligraphic house numbers would more likely fit in Rome or Amsterdam.

%image_alt%Marble and granite are commonly used for stairs.

%image_alt%United by Blue is a quaint place to grab an espresso and stock on some outdoor goods.

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%image_alt%A common bench in central Philadelphia has a confident posture.

%image_alt%The benches in the suburbs have confidence issues.

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Many street signs in the city go beyond the flat standards to create something more inventive.

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Bike parking and a Philadelphian hydrant.

%image_alt%Philadelphia Independents curates a handsome selection of local design goods.

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If there’s anything Philadelphia would need to get an award for, it would be for its impeccably charming doors.

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%image_alt%A garage of curiosities.

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The map of the Rail Transit.

%image_alt%My favorite shop is Philadelphia bears a humble name of “Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction” — a wonderful boutique & gallery selling specialized & handcrafted goods like organic spirits & designer apparel.

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%image_alt%Jules Goldman Antiques may suck you in for hours.

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