sculptorThe Independence Palace, the home of the debate and adoption of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States, is now the National Independence History Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Originally completed in 1753 as the Pennsylvania Capitol, it has been used as the Pennsylvania and federal Capitol building. From 1775 to 1783, it became the main rallying point during the American Independence, the seat of the Constituent Assembly in the summer of 1787.
西行阿里In 1876, the American Library Association held a major conference in Philadelphia on the 100th anniversary of the founding of the United States. The participants were about 100 library administrators, including 13 women. The youngest participant was Melville Dewey, 25, who invented the Dewey taxonomy currently used in the library. His idea was to "get the most people to read the best at the lowest cost". In 1890, he was elected president of the National Library Association and started standardization of libraries. Today's library almost every aspect from how to classify books to the size and length of the card and the length of the edges reflect Dewey's strict requirements for "standardization" and "high efficiency". Thanks to him, in his early years without a strong search function for computers, readers were able to find books they wanted quickly in the tens of thousands of library collections.
sculptorThe longwood garden in Pennsylvania is a famous botanical garden on the East Coast of the United States. It was opened to the public a hundred years ago and contains more than 4,000 species of plants, in addition to fountains and statues.
fooler0809Stallone's famous work, the most classic and inspirational part of the movie Rocky is that Rocky ran on the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art during training, and then overlooked the city, where a statue of a virtual character was erected under the stairs.