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Zip Code 19107 Landmarks
(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

The landmarks listed below are located in Postal Code 19107 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Benjamin Franklin Craftsman Sculpture

Benjamin Franklin Craftsman Sculpture

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
This sculpture by Joe Brown was presented to the city of Philadelphia by the Pennsylvania Free Masons whose temple is across the street. The artwork was dedicated on June 27, 1981.

Chinatown

Chinatown

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Chinatown functions as a popular tourist destination, a center of trade, and as a home to many of the city's finest ethnic restaurants and bakeries. It is the fourth-largest Chinatown in the United States.

Chinese Friendship Arch

Chinese Friendship Arch

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
The Friendship Arch is an ornate paifang, a gate or archway used to divide regions of a city. Though many North American Chinatowns have these arches, Philadelphia's version is considered to be more elaborate than most.

Pennsylvania Hospital

Pennsylvania Hospital

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
The Pennsylvania Hospital was founded in 1751 by Benjamin Franklin and Dr. Thomas Bond, making it the oldest hospital in the United States. The Pine Building was the original hospital and was based on the Royal Infirmary in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Philadelphia City Hall

Philadelphia City Hall

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
The world's tallest masonry building, Philadelphia's City Hall is 548 feet (167 m) tall including the statue of William Penn. The statue is the tallest atop any building in the world.

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.

Roman Catholic High School for Boys

Roman Catholic High School for Boys

Philadelphia 19107
Roman opened in 1890 as an all-male high school and is still only open to boys. It was founded by Thomas E. Cahill, a nineteenth century Philadelphia merchant. It is the oldest free Diocesan Catholic high school in North America.

Top 7 Most Popular Landmarks in Zip Code 19107

  1. Benjamin Franklin Craftsman Sculpture
  2. Chinese Friendship Arch
  3. Chinatown
  4. Pennsylvania Hospital
  5. Reading Terminal
  6. Philadelphia City Hall
  7. Roman Catholic High School for Boys

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