Pennsylvania Radiology License

Pennsylvania Radiology License

Pennsylvania Radiology License

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Bureau of Radiation Protection
P.O. Box 8469
Harrisburg, PA 17105-8469

About Pennsylvania

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Pennsylvania’s history is one of the states responsible for the birth of the United States. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania’s largest city, played a crucial role in the American Revolution, hosting the First and Second Continental Congresses. Pennsylvania became the second state to join the Union in 1787 following the revolution. In the 19th century, the state became a center of industrial manufacturing and gained prominence in coal mining and the steel industry.

Pennsylvania’s cuisine is a blend of diverse cultures, reflecting the state’s history of immigration and its location between the culinary traditions of the North and South of the U.S. One of the most notable aspects of Pennsylvania’s food scene is the “Pennsylvania Dutch” (actually German) cuisine. The cuisine includes traditional dishes like scrapple (a fried mush of pork scraps and cornmeal), pot pie (noodles with meat, usually beef, chicken or ham, and vegetables), and shoofly pie (a molasses crumb cake pie). The famous Philadelphia cheesesteak is a long, crusty roll filled with thinly sliced sautéed rib-eye beef and melted cheese. Philadelphia is also known for its soft pretzels and the Philadelphia Hoagie. It is a sandwich on a long roll typically filled with deli meats, cheeses, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and a dressing. On the other hand, Pittsburgh has popularized Primanti’s sandwich, which includes meat, cheese, and even french fries and coleslaw.
Pennsylvania also has a strong tradition of candy and snack foods. The Hershey Company and the famous PEZ candy have their roots in Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania has a deep and storied sports history, boasting several professional teams across various leagues and sports. Pennsylvania’s two largest cities, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, each house teams in the National Football League (the Eagles and Steelers, respectively), Major League Baseball (the Phillies and Pirates), and the National Hockey League (the Flyers and Penguins). The NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers also call the state home. These teams have had significant success, winning championships in their respective leagues.
College sports, particularly football, also hold a special place in the state’s sports history. Penn State and the University of Pittsburgh have both had periods of dominance in college football. Both have also produced a significant number of professional players.

The state has also played an essential role in the history of American horse racing. The Pennsylvania Derby, run at Parx Casino and Racing in Bensalem, has become one of the nation’s premier races for three-year-olds.

Pennsylvania has a rich blend of cultural influences like diverse cuisine, from the hearty Pennsylvania Dutch dishes to the world-famous Philly cheesesteak. Its sports history is just as impressive, with a strong presence in professional leagues, college sports, and horse racing, cementing its place as an essential player in America’s sporting landscape.

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Fun Thing to Do in Pennsylvania

  1. Visit Hershey Park
  2. Explore the Philadelphia Museum of Art
  3. Tour Gettysburg Battlefield
  4. Discover the Liberty Bell Center
  5. Experience the Amish Country
  6. Hike in the Appalachian Trail
  7. Explore the Fallingwater House
  8. See animals at the Philadelphia Zoo
  9. Discover the past at the Eastern State Penitentiary
  10. Visit the Pittsburgh’s Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens
  11. See The Andy Warhol Museum
  12. Wander through Longwood Gardens
  13. Explore the Franklin Institute Science Museum
  14. See the wildlife at the Elk Country Visitor Center
  15. Visit the National Civil War Museum
  16. Skiing or snowboarding in the Pocono Mountains
  17. Explore Penn’s Cave
  18. Have a fun day at Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom
  19. Hike and camp in the Allegheny National Forest
  20. Discover the Magic Gardens in Philadelphia
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