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Pittsburgh is a city in Pennsylvania, United States. It is the county seat of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. Formerly known as the steel capital of the world, Pittsburgh has evolved over the past half-century from an industrial metropolis to a world leader in medicine, education, technology, and financial services. Pittsburgh sits at the confluence of three rivers at the heart of Allegheny County. The Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area consists of outer Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Washington and Westmoreland counties.
Contemporary Pittsburgh is quite different from its smoky past. Pittsburgh has been ranked the number 1 most liveable city by the Places Rated Almanac in 1983 and 1985, and ranked 12th in the 2000 edition. In a 2005 ranking by Britain's respect Economist magazine, Pittsburgh shared with Cleveland the top spot for liveable cities in the United States, tied for 26th on cities world-wide. "Liveability" takes many factors into account, including cost of living, sports and entertainment venues, transportation, medical infrastructure and education.
Perhaps most surprising to first-time visitors is how beautiful the city is. Built on the hills surrounding the confluence of the Allegheny, Ohio and Monongahela rivers and featuring a skyline of skyscrapers and literally hundreds of bridges, the view of Pittsburgh from Mount Washington is often compared to San Francisco.
The city is home to many world-class entities, including the Pittsburgh Symphony, the five-time Superbowl champion Pittsburgh Steelers, five-time World Series champion Pittsburgh Pirates and the two-time Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins. Also Carnegie-Mellon University, rated 21st among National Universities by U.S. News & World Report, and some of the top rated medical facilities and programs in the country.
Pittsburgh has been home to many famous people, including Andrew Carnegie, Rachel Carson, Mary Cassat, Willa Cather, Roberto Clemente, George W. G. Ferris, Stephen Foster, Henry Clay Frick, Martha Graham, H. J. Heinz, Michael Keaton, Gene Kelly, Andrew mellon, Fred (Mr.) Rogers, Jonas Salk, Gertrude Stein, Honus Wagner, Andy Warhol, and George Westinghouse.
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