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  1. A village in Pennsylvania is a geographic area within a larger political subdivision, usually a township, although some villages are located within a borough. Many of the villages in Pennsylvania are census-designated place centered around a post office, but this is not always the case.

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  3. Mar 10, 2021 · Here are 15 historic villages in Pennsylvania that will transport you back in time: 1. Old Bedford Village, Bedford. Old Bedford Village/Facebook. Step back in time to the 18th century as you cross the Claycomb-covered bridge into Old Bedford Village. Visitors of all ages will enjoy re-enactments, colonial crafts, exhibits, and special events.

  4. A village in Pennsylvania is a geographic area within a larger political subdivision, usually a township, although some villages are located within a borough. Many of the villages in Pennsylvania are census-designated place centered around a post office, but this is not always the case. The use of the term "village" in the Commonwealth of ...

  5. Cities gallery [ edit] Philadelphia is the largest city in Pennsylvania and the sixth largest city in the United States. Pittsburgh is the second largest city in Pennsylvania. Allentown is the third largest city in Pennsylvania. Reading is the fourth largest city in Pennsylvania. Erie is the fifth largest city in Pennsylvania.

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  6. List of towns and boroughs in Pennsylvania. This is a list of towns and boroughs in Pennsylvania. Listed first is the one incorporated town in Pennsylvania, Bloomsburg. Despite being officially recognized as a town, it is subject to the Pennsylvania Borough Code. A list of all 956 boroughs incorporated in the state under the Borough Code follows.

  7. The village's historical sites include the Frederick A. Poth Houses, the Poth and Schmidt Development Houses, the Powelton Apartments, the Philadelphia Armory, the 30th Street Station, the Centennial Bank, and more! View Details Visit Website. P.O. Box 63763, Philadelphia, PA, 19147. Website.

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