Philadelphia’s architectural history harkens back to the days of Colonial America and has since undergone a series of changes in styles. It started out with logs constructs, then progressed to brick buildings by the 1700s. The first decades of the 19th century saw the rise of the Greek Revival architectural movement. Numerous glass and steel skylines have been erected since the 1980s and onward which is part of the modernist movement.
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