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The Bourse

The Bourse

Completed in 1895, the Philadelphia Bourse Building originally served as the first commodities exchange in the United States. Three types of masonry were used on the facade: Carlisle redstone, Pompeian buff brick and terra cotta. Bow-top girders were used to support a skylight at the third floor. Named “The Bourse”...

Credit: Photo by J. Fusco for Visit Philadelphia™

Tags: Architecture, Dining & Restaurants, Shopping

Sabrina’s Café

Sabrina’s Café

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, West Philadelphia’s Powelton Village neighborhood is known for its stately Victorian houses along tree-lined streets. Along Lancaster Avenue, visitors find shops and eateries, including one of three Sabrina’s Café locations, serving delightful comfort food for breakfast, lunch and dinner....

Credit: Photo J. Fusco for Visit Philadelphia™

Tags: Architecture, Dining & Restaurants, Neighborhoods & Towns

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