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Stephen Foster is honored on the University of Pittsburgh campus with the Stephen Foster Memorial, a landmark building that houses the Stephen Foster Memorial Museum, the Center for American Music, as well as two theaters: the Charity Randall Theatre and Henry Heymann Theatre, both performance spaces for Pitt's Department of Theater Arts. It is the largest repository for original Stephen Foster compositions, recordings, and other memorabilia his songs have inspired world-wide.

Stephen Foster is honored on the University of Pittsburgh campus with the Stephen Foster Memorial, a landmark building that houses the Stephen Foster Memorial Museum, the Center for American Music, as well as two theaters: the Charity Randall Theatre and Henry Heymann Theatre, both performance spaces for Pitt's Department of Theater Arts. It is the largest repository for original Stephen Foster compositions, recordings, and other memorabilia his songs have inspired world-wide.

Most cities have a Flatiron building–it always seems there’s one spot where the streets come together at an angle and leave an awkward space, and being downtown, someone has to build on…

Pittsburgh’s Flatiron

Flatiron building in PA This used to be my streetcar stop, it was a fur coat store. I worked in Oliver Plaza, the building behind here.

PNC Park home of the Pittsburgh Pirates with the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania skyline in view.

PNC Park with the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania skyline in view~ beautiful! Seen my first MLB game here last year when the Giants played!

Pittsburgh! So beautiful

Pittsburgh - incline, one of two still used by daily commuters and tourists too.

Pittsburgh's yellow bridges and their crystal castle (PPG Place) ♡

the burgh ( PPG Place designed by Philip Johnson and John Burgee in background)

The oldest building in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is downtown in Point State Park - the Fort Pitt blockhouse

Pittsburgh's unique geography is highlighted at Point State Park, but it is this region's incredible history that truly makes the park worth the visit.

Set in Carnegie Mellon, on the roof of the Posner Center, the Kraus Campo is an outdoor art installation that features a garden and large sculpture. The sculpture is covered in black and white tiles inscribed with numbers, and it sits in the midst of a labyrinth. Does it all have a deeper meaning? That’s just one of many things you can ponder while relaxing here.

11 Things In Pittsburgh You Didn′t Know Existed

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