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AudioturThe City of Bridges: A Walk Through Pittsburgh

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    Welcome to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. As a city of many names, Pittsburgh is known as “The Gateway to the West,"America's Most Livable City,” and "Steel City,” to name a few. Founded in 1758, it was named in honor of British statesman William Pitt. Indeed, Pittsburgh’s legacy is a rich one, from its beginnings as a frontier village, to its current status as one of the nation’s leading industrial cities. We hope you enjoy this walking tour of its many sights and attractions. 

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    Photo “Pittsburgh skyline7.jpg” by Filipe Fortes is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

  3. 1 The Point State Park
  4. 2 Fort Duquesne
  5. 3 Point State Park Fountain
  6. 4 Fort Duquesne Bridge
  7. 5 Heinz Field
  8. 6 PNC Park/Roberto Clemente Statue
  9. 7 The Andy Warhol Museum
  10. 8 Rachel Carson Bridge
  11. 9 Allegheny Riverfront Park
  12. 10 Pittsburgh Cultural District
  13. 11 Steel Plaza/Steel Plaza Station
  14. 12 Old Allegheny County Jail
  1. Ljudturssummering

    Welcome to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. As a city of many names, Pittsburgh is known as “The Gateway to the West,"America's Most Livable City,” and "Steel City,” to name a few. Founded in 1758, it was named in honor of British statesman William Pitt. Indeed, Pittsburgh’s legacy is a rich one, from its beginnings as a frontier village, to its current status as one of the nation’s leading industrial cities. We hope you enjoy this walking tour of its many sights and attractions. 

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    Photo “Pittsburgh skyline7.jpg” by Filipe Fortes is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

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  • Rob

    5 out of 5 rating 01-20-2019

    Great tour, however Willie Stargell (PNC Park) is pronounced like "Star-Jell"; The "G" is the "J" sound :) He was not only a great player but a great man as well, just like Roberto Clemente! RIP, both he and Roberto :)