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Masonic Temple, Philadelphia
The Masonic Temple, Philadelphia is located at Broad and Filbert Streets, adjacent to City Hall Plaza and is home to the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Philadelphia. The Masonic Temple was dedicated in 1873 by the then Right Worshipful Grand Master Samuel Perkins, followed by a grand parade. The temple is renown as one of the finest examples of Norman style architecture in america. This Masonic gem is sure to highlight any traveler's journey to Philadelphia.
One North Broad Street
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