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Financial Centers, Mints, Markets

Business centers where financial transactions are conducted and places where money is made.

Bank-of-America-Plaza

Bank of America Plaza

Dallas, Texas
Bank of America Plaza was completed in 1985 and is the tallest building in the city, measuring over 900 feet (275 meters), with 72 stories.

Denver-Mint

Denver Mint

Denver, Denver County, Colorado
The Denver Mint is a branch of the United States Mint that struck its first coins on February 1, 1906. The mint is still operating and producing coins for circulation, as well as mint sets and commemorative coins.

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First Bank of the United States

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19106
Chartered in 1791, the First Bank of the United States was erected in the neo-classical style to echo the democracy of Ancient Greece. The bank building was restored for the Bicentennial in 1976.

Merchants'-Exchange-Building

Merchants' Exchange Building

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19106
Upon its completion in 1834, the building became the financial center for Philadelphia, housing commercial houses, marine insurance companies, the Philadelphia Board of Trade, and the Philadelphia Stock Exchange.

Philadelphia-Bourse

Philadelphia Bourse

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19106
The Philadelphia Bourse was the first commodities exchange in the United States. Completed in 1895, the building was one of the first steel-framed buildings to be constructed in the city. Today, it houses a shopping mall and office complex.

Reading-Terminal

Reading Terminal

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19107
The Reading Terminal is a complex composed of three parts: the Reading Terminal Headhouse, the Reading Terminal Trainshed, and the Reading Terminal Market. The station opened on January 29, 1893.

Second-Bank-of-the-United-States

Second Bank of the United States

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19106
The Second Bank was incorporated in 1816. Designed by William Strickland, this building, built between 1819 and 1824, is one of the finest examples of Greek Revival architecture in the United States.

United-States-Mint

United States Mint

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19106
Completed in 1969, this is the fourth building to house the nation's first mint. Visitors can take a self-guided tour of the minting process, see the original coining press used in 1792 and purchase commemorative coins in the gift shop.

Wells-Fargo-Center

Wells Fargo Center

Denver, Colorado, 80203
The building has a unique type of architecture and is known as the "Cash Register Building" and sometimes as the "Mailbox Building." This building is 698 feet (213 meters) in height and has 52 floors.

Top 9 Most Popular Financial Centers, Mints, Markets Landmarks

  1. Bank of America Plaza
  2. Wells Fargo Center
  3. Merchants' Exchange Building
  4. Denver Mint
  5. Philadelphia Bourse
  6. First Bank of the United States
  7. Reading Terminal
  8. United States Mint
  9. Second Bank of the United States

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