North Philadelphia, nicknamed North Philly, is a section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is usually described as an area north of Center City, between Front Street and Fairmount Park. Today, many remnants of these more prosperous eras remain. A handful have become protected historic properties, and 67 properties and districts were added to the National Landmark of Historic Places. Several blocks, with numerous old mansions, have been re-zoned as the aforementioned historic districts. A great many extravagant churches were built over the years, as well. The names of the old industrialists, such as Gratz, Poth, Uber, Bouvier, and Schmidt, still adorn many buildings and street signs in the area.
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