Pennsylvania Wants to Show You These 6 Places

Fallingwater: Fallingwater possibly the most famous U.S. architect of the 20th century.

Wharton Esherick House: The house and studio compound built by Wharton Esherick over a 40-year period places him in the august company of U.S. nonconformists.

Independence Hall: An attractive municipal building typical of the restrained yet elegant Georgian style of the mid-18th century.

Gravers Station: The quirky buildings of Frank Heyling Furness fell heavily from popularity during the 20th century.

Vanna Venturi House: In a beautiful Philadelphia suburb strewn with fine houses of the 19th and 20th centuries.

Allegheny County Courthouse: H.H Richardson has been called “the father of U.S. architecture.

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