Rodin Museum (Philadelphia, PA)

I was surprised to learn that there was a museum here in Philadelphia of Auguste Rodin's works, thinking that most, if not all, of the originals would be in Paris. This belief is based on a misunderstanding of how Rodin worked. He often made plaster casts of his sculpture to be used to make replicas... Continue Reading →

Masonic Temple (Philadelphia, PA)

The Philadelphia Masonic Temple, built in 1873 and situated directly across the street from City Hall, is one of the city's historic buildings and an architectural wonder. The design of its interior is among the finest of all Masonic temples. Its museum holds many interesting artifacts from American history. The lodge (the full name is... Continue Reading →

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