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How well do you know Philadelphia?
This might be your third time to the NAB Radio Show in Philadelphia. Have you learned anything?
1. How many steps, made famous in the Rocky films, lead up to the Philadelphia Museum of Art?
2. How many alterations were made to the American flag since Betsy Ross sewed the first one in Philadelphia in 1777?
3. Which city does not house a U.S. Mint?
4. True or false? Philadelphia was the nation's first major city to outlaw slavery.
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