Philadelphia is known as the city of Rocky, the Liberty Bell, and Brotherly Love. In this photo essay, Neil Watson takes us through the less famous sites of the city.

You never know what’s around the corner.

Philly aphectations.

The daily grind.

Among its other important roles in United States history, Philadelphia hosted the 1787 convention that wrote the Constitution, which replaced the Articles of Confederation as the basis of United States government.

Some conventions still come to town.

Inner sanctum.

Outer santcum.

The beer window.



Photos by Neil Watson