A peculiar little alley off of Walnut between 12th and 13th is neatly paved with square-cut wooden blocks that would have softened the clop of horse hooves more than a hundred years ago.
Today a stroll south on Camac Street takes you into a toy box version of Philadelphia. The narrow byways and cross streets of the vicinity, laid in brick and cobblestone, still preserve Philadelphia’s ancient and human-scaled dimensions.
Leave the din behind and wend your way through this tucked away hamlet in the heart of center city.
Text by: Monica.
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