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Welcome to Pittsburgh's Polish Past. When large numbers of Polish immigrants came to work in the steel industry back in the city's industrial heydey, they settled in what came to be known as Polish Hill. And their influence remains strong throughout the neighborhood. Just ask the average resident about their ancestry and they'll likely tell you that they their family has been in Polish Hill for generations. Located just a few minutes east of Downtown Pittsburgh, it's a residential neighborhood, but with communities like The Strip and Bloomfield as neighbors, shopping and other city conveniences are just a stone's throw away. Polish Hill has all the conveniences of an urban community but possesses it's own laid-back and gentle air, not to mention gorgeous views from it's hilly perch. Housing options are many, from classic rowhouses to a variety of free-standing homes, to newer brick houses and townhomes. The shining star of Polish Hill's landscape is The Immaculate Heart of Mary, one of the city's oldest churches. It's also one of Pittsburgh's largest houses of worship. The Roman Catholic institution is adored for it's stately beauty and its historical importance as a place of refuge for the neighborhood's original Polish inhabitants. Built in 1905 and modeled after Rome's famed St. Peter's Basilica, the church was made a historic landmark in 1970. It's part of what defines Polish Hill, a place where old blood meets new, all blending to create an extremely likable, village-like community.
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