Philadelphia Region

The Philadelphia Region is in eastern Pennsylvania. Its two largest cities are Philadelphia and Allentown. Philadelphia is the cradle of American democracy, a former capital of the United States and the nation's fifth most populous city.
Popular destinations: Philadelphia, Bethlehem and Allentown
Philadelphia, located in southeastern Pennsylvania, in the mid-Atlantic region, is the fifth most-populous city in the United States.
Popular destinations: Old City, Center City West and Northwest Philadelphia
The Lehigh Valley is a region in eastern Pennsylvania and western New Jersey, considered part of the larger Philadelphia Region in the United States.
Popular destinations: Bethlehem, Allentown and Easton
Montgomery County is a suburban county located in the state of Pennsylvania, in the United States of America.
Popular destinations: King of Prussia, Norristown and Pennsburg
Bucks County is in the Delaware Valley, in the Philadelphia Region of Pennsylvania, United States of America.
Popular destinations: Doylestown, New Hope and Yardley
Chester County is in southeast Pennsylvania.
Popular destinations: Exton, West Chester and Kennett Square
Reading is in the state of Pennsylvania, United States Reading is a very old and historic city in Pennsylvania.
Kutztown is a small town located in Berks County, Pennsylvania in Pennsylvania Dutch Country.

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