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PITTSBURGH
Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
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Welcome to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. With around 305,000 residents, it is the second largest city in the state.
Pittsburgh is home to more than 300 steel-related businesses and 446 bridges, earning it the nicknames The Steel City and The City of Bridges. General John Forbes named Pittsburgh in 1758, in honor of British statesman William Pitt. The city grew thanks to its massive steel production, which accounted for up to half of the nation's entire market. Today, Pittsburgh is a sprawling city with a diverse immigrant population and a thriving community. It was named America's Most Livable City by several prominent media giants like Forbes Magazine, and National Geographic has called it a Top World Destination. The once blue-collar town has evolved into a hub for everything from top education to fine art. With schools like Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh has earned the title America's Smartest City. The city is equally famous for its many media outlets, libraries and museums why not spend the day strolling the Andy Warhol Museum or the Carnegie Science center and finish off tasting the Pittsburgh signature sandwich with fries on top? Another perk Pittsburgh has to offer is that it is one of the most affordable cities across America, and with zero retirement income tax, it is one of the best places to retire in country. With safe neighborhoods, great hospitals, top schools and tons of recreation, it makes for a perfect location for all ages. Pittsburgh denizens are true to their sports. In fact, the city has claimed a total of 14 professional championships and the Steelers alone won six Super Bowls. The Penguins have brought home three Stanley Cups and helped Pittsburgh earn a spot on Sporting News' Best Sports Cities list. Lastly, despite being called the Steel City, Pittsburgh sets an example when it comes to offering their citizens green space. City parks include the 561-acre Frick Park, Highland Park, Riverview Park and Schenley Park.
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