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Sunset

Posted in Nature by Dr. Boli on October 19, 2014

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Fall Colors in Schenley Park

Posted in Nature by Dr. Boli on October 16, 2014

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Old St. Luke’s

Posted in Churches, History, Scott Township, Woodville by Dr. Boli on October 12, 2014

This colonial-era congregation in what is now Scott Township found itself at the center of the Whiskey Rebellion, which began when General John Neville, a church member and an old pal of President Washington’s, was appointed tax collector. The current stone building was put up in 1852, but the congregation was founded in 1765.

Skyline from the West End Overlook

Posted in Downtown by Dr. Boli on October 11, 2014

Elliott is a forgotten city neighborhood in western Pittsburgh, the most forgotten section of the city. But in the West End Overlook, it does have the best viewing post for straight-on pictures of the Point.

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Allegheny Observatory

Posted in Observatory Hill by Dr. Boli on October 8, 2014

The Allegheny Observatory, which gives its name to the Observatory Hill neighborhood.

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