The Morning Call: Bethlehem at 275: A city of reinvention
The view from the Hill-to-Hill Bridge tells Bethlehem's story.
To the north, the Central Moravian Church belfry rises from a cluster of pristine, Colonial-era buildings, the quintessential symbol of the city's beginnings as a religious mission.
To the south, rusted and long-dormant blast furnaces pierce the sky, industrial cathedrals recalling the city's past as a manufacturing powerhouse that helped build the nation's infrastructure and win two world wars.
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