In 1862, British Explorer William Pan discovered and named Philadelphia and landed there. We went early in the morning. There were not many tourists and the environment was beautiful. The disadvantage is that the wind is too strong. It's still cold in the early spring in the East.
The attraction is located at the wharf on the Mother River in Philadelphia. It is very busy and has a good view. People often watch the sunset around the wharf. There are many different restaurants and cafes around it. You can take a cruise boat here with Boston's scenery. It's a very good attraction. Recommend.
I don't know much about William Pan's history, but it doesn't prevent me from visiting here. The scenery here is really beautiful. It's near the seaside, and it can enjoy the beautiful scenery with the sea breeze. There are many people, and it's really a great place.
William Penn landed several blocks from Market Street to South Street on the Delaware River in eastern Philadelphia, the Bund of Philadelphia. In 1682, British explorer and Quaker William Penn landed here, marking the discovery of Philadelphia by Europeans, where he landed.
The scenery along the coast is beautiful, broad and brand-new. There are some relatively new residential buildings along the roadside. There was blue and sunshine when we went. The weather is fine. Its commemorative significance is on the one hand, to go shopping is very good on the other hand.
Because I am free to walk here and only see signs and statues. Maybe I haven't studied them in depth, but the statues are introduced.