1. City in Mississippi (USA); zip code 39350.
2. City in Tennessee (USA); zip code 37846.
3. The largest city in Pennsylvania; located in the southeastern part of the state on the Delaware river; site of Independence Hall where the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were signed.
4. Village in New York (USA); zip code 13673.
Industrial city and the world's largest freshwater port, on the Delaware River at the junction of the Schuylkill River, in ylvania; metropolitan area 5,899,300. Products include refined oil, chemicals, textiles, processed food, printing and publishing, and transportation equipment. It is also a major port of entry and a financial, corporate, and research center. The University of Pennsylvania, the Franklin Institute, and Temple University are here, and the Philadelphia Orchestra and Museum of Art are among the nation's finest. Independence National Historic Park contains Independence Hall (1732–59), where the Declaration of Independence was adopted 1776, and the Liberty Bell.
Founded 1682 by William Penn as the “city of brotherly love,” its religious tolerance caused it to become the most populous city in the Thirteen Colonies; it was the first capital of the US (before New York and Washington, DC). The Constitution was drafted here 1787. Benjamin Franklin lived and published here. By 1850 Philadelphia had more than 500,000 inhabitants. The Centennial Exposition, the first US international trade fair (world’s fair), was held here 1876. Philadelphia reached a peak population of 2.1 million in 1950.
Despite urban decay and substantial outmigration of people and industry since, it is the center of a large metropolitan area that extends into New Jersey and Delaware.
Grad u SAD-u, najveći grad u Pensilvaniji.