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Rocky Front
Philadelphia

This statue of Sylvester Stallone's mythic pugilist, near the Philadelphia Museum of Art, draws a steady stream of visitors.  After having their pictures taken many, emulating Rocky, run up the huge stone stairway to the Museum's plaza, look around, and then run down again.

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Uploaded: 25/02/2012
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