Liberty Bell in Philadelphia

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Liberty Bell

The Liberty Bell is a historic bell located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, that has become a symbol of American independence. The bell was commissioned in 1751 to be hung in the Pennsylvania State House, which is now known as Independence Hall. The bell is most famous for its crack, which developed in the 19th century and rendered it unusable. The bell's inscription reads "Proclaim Liberty Throughout All the Land Unto All the Inhabitants Thereof," a reference to a passage in the Bible. Today, the Liberty Bell is on display in a pavilion across from Independence Hall and is a popular tourist attraction. Visitors can learn about the history of the bell and its significance in American history.

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