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  1. Philadelphia - Wikipedia

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    Philadelphia, colloquially Philly, is the largest city in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania and the sixth-most populous U.S. city, with a 2019 estimated population of 1,584,064.

  2. Philadelphia was the capital of the United States from 1790 to 1800. It was replaced by Washington, D.C. in 1800 after the White House was built. Philadelphia is famous because it has many places tourists like to visit, like the Liberty Bell , Independence Hall , and Christ Church .

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  4. Philadelphia (film) - Wikipedia

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    Philadelphia is a 1993 American legal drama film written by Ron Nyswaner, directed by Jonathan Demme and starring Tom Hanks and Denzel Washington. It was one of the first mainstream Hollywood films to acknowledge HIV/AIDS, homosexuality, and homophobia.

    • December 14, 1993 (Los Angeles), December 22, 1993 (United States)
    • Jonathan Demme, Edward Saxon
  5. Philadelphia - Wikipedia

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    Philadelphia served as ane o the naition's mony caipitals durin the Revolutionary War an efter. Efter the ratification o the U.S. Constitution, the ceety served as the temporary naitional caipital frae 1790 tae 1800 whiles Washington, D.C. wis unner construction.

  6. History of Philadelphia - Wikipedia

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    The written history of Philadelphia begins in 1682, when the city was founded by William Penn in the English Crown Province of Pennsylvania between the Delaware and Schuylkill rivers.

  7. Philadelphia Experiment - Wikipedia

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    The Philadelphia Experiment is an alleged military experiment supposed to have been carried out by the U.S. Navy at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, sometime around October 28, 1943.

  8. Philadelphia 76ers - Wikipedia

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    Philadelphia earned the eighth seed in the 2012 NBA playoffs, facing the first-seeded Bulls. Philadelphia improved from their struggles in the second half of the regular season, beating Chicago 4–2 to win their first series since 2003. This was the fifth time in NBA history that an eight seed has beaten a one seed.

    • Syracuse Nationals, 1946–1963, Philadelphia 76ers, 1963–present
    • Atlantic
  9. Streets of Philadelphia - Wikipedia

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    "Streets of Philadelphia" is a song written and performed by American rock musician Bruce Springsteen for the film Philadelphia (1993), an early mainstream film dealing with HIV/AIDS. Released as a single in 1994, the song was a hit in many countries, particularly in Austria, Canada, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, and Norway, where ...

    • "If I Should Fall Behind"
    • February 2, 1994
  10. SEPTA - Wikipedia

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    On September 30, 1968, SEPTA acquired the Philadelphia Transportation Company (PTC), which operated a citywide system of bus, trolley, and trackless trolley routes, the Market–Frankford Line (subway-elevated rail), the Broad Street Line (subway) and the Delaware River Bridge Line (subway-elevated rail to City Hall, Camden, NJ) which became SEPTA's City Transit Division.

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    2019-2020
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