"The first time you make the drive from Morgantown into downtown Pittsburgh via the Fort Pitt Tunnel and Bridge, you never forget it," reports WVLiving. "All of a sudden, there it is—bridges, spires, and walls of glass rising on all sides and the mighty Monongahela River rushing beneath you. It’s a jaw-dropping view that prompted The New York Times
to dub Pittsburgh the only city with an entrance. Forged in the steel, coal, and glass industries, Pittsburgh is home to some of the nation’s most prestigious institutes of learning, athletics, culture, and dining spread over 89 distinct neighborhoods."
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