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Look Up, Pennsylvania! free pdf Pennsylvania has towns that were founded by the British, towns that were founded by the Germans, towns that were founded by the French. Pennsylvania has towns built in the mountains, towns built on a Great Lake, towns built on great rivers. Pennsylvania has towns built on lumber, towns built on iron, towns built on coal, towns built on oil, towns built on railroads. Heck, Pennsylvania even has a town built on chocolate. There is no better way to see Pennsylvania towns than on foot. And there is no better way to appreciate what you are looking at than with a self-guided walking tour. A walking tour can be many things. Interested in heritage tourism? Looking for an educational day trip for the kids? Need a fun exercise plan? Want to find subjects to take great pictures? Whether you are visiting a new town or just out to look at your own town in a new way, a Pennsylvania walking tour from walkthetown.com is ready to explore when you are. Each of the 55 walking tours in LOOK UP, PENNSYLVANIA! describes a mix of historical, architectural, cultural and ecclesiastical landmarks. Street addresses and step-by-step directions lead the way. A quick primer on identifying architectural styles seen on Pennsylvania's streets is included. Tours Included: Allentown Altoona Bellefonte Bethlehem Bloomsburg Carbondale Carlisle Clarion Connellsville Doylestown Easton Erie Germantown Gettysburg Greensburg Hamburg Harrisburg Honesdale Indiana Jim Thorpe Johnstown Kennett Square Lancasrer Lebanon Lewisburg Ligonier Meadville Media Milford New Castle Norristown Oakland Philadelphia Phoenixville Pittsburgh Pottstown Pottsville Reading Ridgway Scranton Sharon Stroudsburg Titusville Uniontown Washington Wellsboro West Chester Wilkes Barre Williamsport York So look twice before crossing the street and get out and look up, Pennsylvania!

About Doug Gelbert

Doug Gelbert has written over 30 guidebooks on such diverse topics as public golf courses, the Civil War, movie filming locations and the best places to hike with your dog. For more information on this title visit the website walkthetown.com.

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Author : Doug Gelbert
Publisher : Cruden Bay Books
Data Published : 11 January 2010
ISBN : 0982575424
EAN : 9780982575420
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 442 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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