Square, Plaza sights in Pennsylvania
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Temple Sinai is a synagogue that's housed in the architecturally stunning Elizabethan-style former mansion of John Worthington.
University City, separated from downtown Philly by the Schuylkill River, feels like one big college town. That's because it's home to both Drexel University and the Ivy League University of Pennsylvania, founded in 1740. The leafy, bustling campus makes a pleasant afternoon stroll.
Formerly gritty Lawrenceville has recently become the city's Interior Design District, comprising the stretch on and around Butler Street from 16th to 62nd Sts. It's a long and spotty strip of shops, galleries, studios, bars and eateries that's on every hipster's radar, and runs into the slowly gentrifying Garfield neighborhood, a good place for cheap ethnic eats.