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National Register of Historic Places listings in Philadelphia

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National Register of Historic Places listings in Philadelphia

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. There are 542 properties and districts listed on the National Register in Philadelphia, including 67 National Historic Landmarks.


Number of listings by district

The properties are distributed across all of Philadelphia's 12 planning districts. East/West Oak Lane, Olney, Upper North and Lower North are included as North Philadelphia. Kensington, Near Northeast and Far Northeast are part of Northeast Philadelphia. Roxborough/Manayunk and Germantown/Chestnut Hill are a part of Northwest Philadelphia.

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1 Center City 143
2 North 149
3 Northeast 52
4 Northwest 71
5 South 58
6 Southwest 12
7 West 62
(Duplicates): (4)[2]
Total: 543

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See also

National Register of Historic Places portal
Philadelphia portal


External links

  • Historic Photographs of Philadelphia Historic Architectural Photos
  • Unofficial list for Philadelphia
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