Temple Beth Zion-Beth Israel is the only conservative synagogue in Center City. Founded in 1946, this beautiful old stone ... More
Temple Beth Zion-Beth Israel
Temple Beth Zion-Beth Israel is the only conservative synagogue in Center City. Founded in 1946, this beautiful old stone building reflects its unique role in an urban neighborhood with a dynamic Jewish heritage. Beth Zion-Beth Israel holds services twice daily and on the Sabbath. The Congregation includes an exciting mix of singles, families, young couples and senior citizens. Open on saturdays from 9am onwards.
Initially chartered in 1791 to combat the debt the United States had incurred from the war with Great Britain, the
First Bank of the United States created uniform currency for the 13 original states. This brainchild of then Treasury ...
Known as the birthplace of the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution, Independence Hall is one of the most
recognizable historical landmarks not only in Philadelphia, but in the entire nation. The hall is the highlight of the ...
Logan Circle features some of the most exquisite flower beds in Philadelphia. Swann Memorial Fountain is a spectacular feature of
this circle. In summer, children play in the fountain while adults take a break on the benches. Northwest Square ...