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Pittsburgh is a city of about 350,000 in Allegheny County, at the center of the Pittsburgh Region in southwestern Pennsylvania; the population of its metropolitan area is about 2.4 million. It is situated at the confluence of the Monongahela and Allegheny Rivers, which meet to form the Ohio River. Pittsburgh’s unique terrain has resulted in an unusual city design and a hodge-podge of unique neighborhood “pockets” with diverse ethnic and architectural heritage. Pittsburgh has a rich history and, for its size, an unusual array of cultural treasures, largely thanks to the wealth that was generated when Pittsburgh was a hub of industry.
The pleasure of Pittsburgh remains a well-kept secret. Though not built up by reputation, the city’s unique combination of bridges, steep hills, and broad rivers make it one of the most naturally scenic cities in the country. Cheap food and beer abound in this true sports town and the locals are amazingly friendly.
Downtown (“Golden Triangle”). The historic, business, administrative, and cultural center of the city, where the three rivers meet.
East End-South. Home to the city’s “second downtown” – the college neighborhood of Oakland – as well as many institutions, parks, and quieter residential and shopping areas. The main neighborhoods of interest in this area are Oakland, Shadyside, and Squirrel Hill.
East End-North. A center of the city’s ethnic diversity, this formerly industrial area is now bustling with shops and restaurants. The main neighborhoods of interest in this area are the Strip District, Lawrenceville, Bloomfield, and East Liberty.
North Side. Two of Pittsburgh’s major league sports teams and many of the city’s finest museums can be found here. The main neighborhoods of interest in this area are the North Shore, Allegheny, and the Mexican War Streets. (Note: In common parlance, “Northside” most often refers to these and a few other specific neighborhoods in this area. See the district article for details.)
South Side. A particularly hilly region famous for its inclines and great views of the city – as well as its bar scene. The main neighborhoods of interest in this area are the Southside Flats, Mt Washington, and Brookline. (Note: In common parlance, “Southside” most often refers to two specific neighborhoods in this area: the Southside Flats and Southside Slopes. This region also includes some neighborhoods considered the “West End”. See the district article for more.
Each of these districts contains numerous distinct neighborhoods. The city has published a map showing all neighborhoods, with printable maps of each.
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