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Nicolas Potel Visits The Union League

What better location to sample the current offerings of Burgundy house Nicolas Potel then a French Renaissance style building built in 1865 & encompassing an entire city block in downtown Philadelphia. The Union League of Philadelphia was started as a patriotic society to promote the Union during the Civil war. It is one of the finest private clubs in the nation, additionally, The Heritage Center, located within its walls, runs the League’s three foundations, Abraham Lincoln, Scholarship & Youth Work.

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