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  1. Ronald E Michel
    Ronald E Michel at |

    Thank you for coming to Pittsburgh, great review.

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  2. Chris
    Chris at |

    Hope you liked the people, we try hard to.make all feel welcome and respected. Thank you for the work and visiting the ‘Burgh!

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    1. Ray Fratto
      Ray Fratto at |

      Great article about my favorite city. My only comment is that the picture of the University of Pittsburgh is actually showing Hammerschlag Hall on the Carnegie Mellon University campus, with the Cathedral of Learning on Pitt’s campus in the background.

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      1. Editor
        Editor at |

        Hey Ray!
        Thank you so much for the comment! This is also one of my favorite cities in the US. The image has already been changed and now shows the University of Pittsburgh. Again, thanks for the warning!

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  3. James Peare
    James Peare at |

    No you should not visit racist ass Pittsburgh to match a delusion that never was

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  4. Lauren A Capp
    Lauren A Capp at |

    Hope you felt at home here in the Steel City! We actually do try to make all feel welcome….unless your a Baltimore Ravens fan or Washington Capitols fan…yuck! We do still make an effort even though their teams churn our guts. I must say you left out a few great things I hope you did get to see but,, in case you did not. The National Aviary. It’s located on the Northside of Pittsburgh, roughly a 20 minute or less walk from PNC Park. It’s not very big but it is so immersing you forget your in Pittsburgh. Our zoo is pretty awesome too. Nailed it with the Phipps, Strip District, Fort Pitt, the inclines or “fun” iculars (hehe), our beloved Steelers (Go STEELERS!), and Kennywood. I must throw out our language however, it’s all our own and a major piece of our city and culture. “Yinz gonna watch the Stillers n’at?” Slippy, arn, norseside, I could keep going but I’m sure my brothers and sisters here in the “412” will be tired of reading them. I implore you to look up Pittsburghese, I lived around the northeast for a few years and no one understood certain things I said. We are pretty proud of it here in Pittsburgh. Come back and see more! There’s so much to see! Yinz(you all) better come see us, just avoid dahntahn(downtown) in rush hour! For real, just don’t!

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