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Heinz Hall, the home of the Pittsburgh Symphony, began its life as a 1920s movie palace. Although the decorative scheme was subdued somewhat in the restoration, there is still a strong element of fantasy in the interior.
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Gateway Center seen from the Gateway subway station.
Downtown skyscrapers viewed from St. Michael’s Cemetery on the South Side Slopes. This picture is only as metaphorical as you want it to be.
A wintry view of downtown from the Overlook Drive in Schenley Park.
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An unforgettable tale of Pittsburgh in the Gilded Age.
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