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1. Center City: The downtown area of Philadelphia  
2. Old City: Philly's oldest neighborhood, the area featuring the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, and many other historical lan...  
3. South Philly: A nickname for South Philadelphia, the area featuring the city's professional sports complex, famous cheese steak p...  
4. West Philly: A nickname for the section of Philadelphia west of the Schuylkill River, sometimes referred to as "University City"...  
5. Independence Hall: Place where the Declaration of Independence was read to the public and debated. It also was the original home of t...  
6. Manayunk: A National Historic District just west of Center City, particularly known for its large concentration of furniture ...  
7. Templetown: Area surrounding Templeton University's main campus.  
8. PHL: Philadelphia International Airport.  
9. Reading Terminal Market: Billed as "the best, freshest, and liveliest public market since 1893", at 12th and Arch Street, 7 days a week.  
10. Chinatown: Philadelphia's Asian district is in the Center City area, between Arch and Vine. The area provides excellent trink...  
11. Italian Market: South Philly's finest and one of the country's largest outdoor markets.  
12. Mütter Museum: The Museum belongs to the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, but has gathered a large cult following due to its...  
13. 30th Street Station: Amtrak's second-busiest station.  
14. Penn Center: A massive office complex stretching from Market Street and JFK to Penn Square.  
15. South Street: Although the street itself runs longer, "South Street" usually refers to the area between about Front and Seventh, ...  
 
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