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  • Church St. Ambridge, PA 15003
    This cemetery was operational from 1824 through 1951. It holds graves of 594 workers and members of Harmony Society and the people of Old Economy.
  • 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...
  • Downtown Saltsburg, PA 15681
    Historic Saltsburg was once a major center for the salt industry. Today visitors can enjoy the many canal-era houses, industrial buildings, churches, and more!
  • 401 Curry Hollow Rd. Pittsburgh, PA 15236-4636
    Visit the site of Pittsburgh's most well known Pirate, Honus Wagner, whose baseball card is now priceless. Considered the greatest shortstop of all time.
  • Roberto Clemente Park Pittsburgh, PA 15212
    Semi-circle of granite columns with adjoining Flag Plaza and Veterans Wall. Displays 1,400 granite plaques honoring Korean War veterans.
  • Wayne Ave. and South 6th Street Indiana, PA 15701
    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...
  • 330 Old Washington Pike Carnegie, PA 15106
    See British, French & Indian War, and Revolutionary War graves, an 1823 pipe organ and memorabilia from the Whiskey Rebellion, amongst other things at Old Saint Lukes Church and Burial Ground....
  • Between PNC Park and Heinz Field Pittsburgh, PA 15212
    The memorial stands just above the north shoreline of the Allegheny River between P.N.C. Park and Heinz Field.
  • 600 Grant St Pittsburgh, PA 15219-2702
    Located at the Heinz headquarters on Sixth Avenue in downtown Pittsburgh. Jane Grey Swisshelm witnessed slavery firsthand and became dedicated to the abolition movement for the Underground Railroad...
  • Schenley Plz. Pittsburgh, PA 15213
    In 1918, this monument was dedicated to the late Mary Croghan Schenley, Pittsburgh's most generous expatriate. This beautiful fountain is called "A Song to Nature" and was designed by Victor David...
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