Consistently cited as one of the most walkable cities in the U.S. . . . . .
Brown v. Board of Education ruled that racial segregation of schoolchildren was unconstitutional
Almost all injuries can be prevented . . . . .
The Liberty Bell has over 5 million visitors per year . . . . .
The Eagles' quest for a repeat begins today at 4:40 EST against the Chicago Bears . . . . .
The Mummers' Parade is held annually on New Year's Day . . . . .
Happy New Year's Eve from the birthplace of independence, Philadelphia!
At many law schools, you are required to finish your degree in 3 years . . . . .
Philadelphia’s first business was a beer brewery called the Philadelphia Brewing Company . . . . .
Philadelphia is home to the second-largest Irish and Italian populations in the country . . . . .
Philadelphia has the most sculptures outside of Paris in the world . . . . .
25% of the US population lives within 5 hours of Philadelphia . . . . .
Swimming in the Swann Fountain has been a longstanding tradition (but only in the summer months!) . . . . .
Pro Bono: Legal work performed by lawyers without pay . . . . .
Valley Forge, located right outside Philadelphia, served as the main camp for the Continental Army in the winter of 1778 . . . . .
The US Constitution applies to everyone in the US, irrespective of citizenship or immigration status . . . . .
Philadelphia maneto: The city motto, meaning “let brotherly love endure" . . . . .