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The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is very close to Independence Hall. It’s in Washington park. The park and tomb are dedicated to the American Revolution soldiers. The whole park is full of graves of soldiers and slaves from the sixteenth century. Read all the...More
This is located in Washington Square and close to tourist sites and worth the stroll over to it. The memorial is simple but reverent and was adorned for forthcoming July 4th.
It is a very nice asset to the park setting and a good place...More
Located in Washington Square, is this tomb of the Revolutionary War soldier. Flanked by the original colonies’ flags and a statute of George Washington, this is a very moving memorial. It has a perpetual flame. Walking through this Square is a must see to pay...More
I had no idea that this existed in Philadelphia until I walked around with my friends and came to this monument in Washington Square Park. It is a powerful and moving dedication not only to the unknown American Revolutionary War soldier, but to the thousands...More
Set in a beautiful park square is this tribute to all who died for our independence in the Revolutionary War. A few unkien facts to the square that surrounds this tomb is worth the walk for sure. On a beautiful day, you can sit out...More
This is in a park (Washington Square) just south of Independence Hall. I visited just after Veterans Day 2017, and someone had placed floral wreaths in front of this Revolutionary War veteran's tomb, which was very moving. I'd just been reading the Federalist Papers, which...More