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  • 107 Hatfield St. Jefferson, PA 15344
    724-883-2107
    Built in 1814, the historic Thomas Hughes House is made entirely of stone from a local quarry. Visitors are welcome to tour this restored house.
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  • Wayne Ave. and South 6th Street Indiana, PA 15701
    724-463-8636
    Beautiful Memorial Park is a relaxing spot in the center of Indiana that offers concerts during the summer. The park is also a historical spot as it was once a church cemetery and several graves...
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  • 718 Hazelwood Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15217-2807
    412-421-9959
    Calvary Cemetery is the final resting place of several prominent Pittsburghers including former mayors Bob O'Connor, Richard Caliguiri, and David Lawrence, several baseball players, and Harry...
  • Bethel Church Rd. Bethel Park, PA 15102
    412-835-8538
    Administers Bethel Cemetery that dates back to 1780. Fourteen Revolutionary War soldiers are buried here and veterans from all the wars are honored by community services held here every year on...
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  • Between PNC Park and Heinz Field Pittsburgh, PA 15212
    412-471-0235
    The memorial stands just above the north shoreline of the Allegheny River between P.N.C. Park and Heinz Field.
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  • 35 Piper St. Beaver Falls, PA 15010-1043
    724-843-2820
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  • Locust St. Braddock, PA 15104
    412-271-6375
    The Hebron Lutheran Church started the Braddock Cemetery in East Pittsburgh about 140 years ago. Locals recognize the cemetery by the name Russell Cemetery and there are members of the Russell...
  • Roberto Clemente Park Pittsburgh, PA 15212
    412-281-7711
    Semi-circle of granite columns with adjoining Flag Plaza and Veterans Wall. Displays 1,400 granite plaques honoring Korean War veterans.
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  • Route 580, downtown Cherry Tree Cherry Tree, PA 15724
    814-948-7504
    Erected in 1894, this monument marks the site of a cherry tree that was an important landmark for travelers in the 1770s. The tree was also a boundary marker in treaties between the Iroquois and...
  • 326 South Bellefield Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15213
    Soak in Pittsburgh's unmistakable architecture with a visit to Heinz Memorial Chapel, a nondenominational chapel given by the H.J. Heinz family to the University of Pittsburgh. This neo-Gothic bu...
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