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17 Places in Pittsburgh You’ve Never Been, but Need to Go

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I lived in Pittsburgh and taught at the University of Pittsburgh for 3 wonderful years. This where the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers meet to form the Ohio River.

Working on Ft Pitt bridge in bound. Pittsburgh

from NewsCastic

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Neighborhoods of Pittsburgh, PA

"This unusual spiral staircase served the Carnegie Building, the headquarters of the Carnegie Steel Co. When completed in 1895, the Carnegie Building was the tallest office building in Pittsburgh, standing at 13 stories or about 200 feet. It was the first steel-framed skyscraper constructed in the city. The building, which had been located at 428 Fifth Ave., was demolished in 1952 — the year this photograph was taken — to allow for the expansion of what today is the Downtown Macy’s store."

The Penn Incline descends over Bigelow Boulevard from the Hill District to the Strip District below. Pittsburgh, PA.

What to see and do with only 24 hours in Pittsburgh, PA. There's so many wonderful attractions and neighborhoods to visit in Pittsburgh, here are just a few cool places for you to check out on the blog http://travelphotodiscovery.com/a-first-impression-of-pittsburgh/ #pittsburgh #pittburghattractions #visitingpittsburgh