Historic Philadelphia is one of the most significant travel destinations in the USA. Founded as a Quaker town for dissidents from England, it evolved into being the unofficial capital of the 17 American colonies by 1770. In the preamble to the American independence movement, it was a crucial ingredient in negotiations designed to address grievances. The British organized a meeting that has since become known as the Congressional Congress of 1775, in what is now known as Independence Hall. All seventeen American colonies sent representative delegations to debate the future. Phillie today is a modern city with a specially-designated historic centre, and all the important sites are noted on this map. The other side of the sheet is a brand new map, continuing ITMB’s drive to create state maps wherever practical. This one is of Pennsylvania, a lovely and scenic part of America, stretching from the Atlantic seaboard to Lake Erie and the border with Ohio. New York City/Long Island and much of southern New York State is included, as are portions of Maryland, and Virginia. Delaware, due to its size, is completely included. All motorways and highways are noted, as well as recreational and historic locations; most notably, the tragic crash site of Flight 93 east of Pittsburgh. The State of Pennsylvania has a long and valued history and we are pleased to add it to our range of American titles.
Scales: 1:10,000/1:750,000 on Waterproof
Map size: 27*39"
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