Pittsburgh's evolution, from Native American settlement to strategic military outpost, and "gateway to the West" to industrial beehive, lives on in many of its historic structures. Magnificent bridges, the confluence of three rivers, and the rolling hills of Western Pennsylvania provide a beautiful backdrop to the work of architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright, Henry Hobson Richardson and Philip Johnson. Some of the most beautiful architecture in the nation can be found in the Pittsburgh region, including theaters, churches, private homes and jails. Enjoy a pictorial tour of some of the best architecture Pittsburgh has to offer.
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|Allegheny County Courthouse & Jail||Bridge of Sighs - Allegheny County Courthouse & Jail||Fallingwater||Pennsylvanian Union Train Station|
|Pittsburgh Union Trust Building|
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