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Quiz: Do You Know Where These Cool Things to See Around Philadelphia Are?




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You can probably find the Liberty Bell and Longwood Gardens, but the region is filled with lesser-known spots that even natives might not know about. Philadelphian Mary Dixon Lebeau compiled a bunch for her new book, Secret Philadelphia: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful and Obscure. We’ve turned some of them into a quiz. See how many are new to you.

Lighthouse on the Schuylkill

The Lighthouse on Turtle Rock was built by the Sedgeley Club in 1887 to guide rowers and boaters. If you want to see it, where should you look?

 

 

A.  At Fairmount Water Works
B.  At the end of Boathouse Row
C.  At that spot on the expressway where it always floods when it rains

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