Pittsburgh was founded in 1758 and sits at the confluence of the Monongahela, Allegheny and Ohio rivers in western Pennsylvania. The city was made the seat of Allegheny County in 1791.

Pittsburgh, nicknamed "The Steel City", was traditionally considered the center of the American steel industry. In recent years the city has turned to high technology, robotics, biomedical technology, finance, and service based fields.

Today, Pittsburgh is the second busiest inland port in the nation. The population of the metropolitan area is over 2.4 million.

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First National Bank26destroyed(2)
Farmers Bank Building27destroyed(2)
Rosenbaum Company Department Store15destroyed
Liberty Park Apartments20destroyed
Penn Circle Towers20destroyed
Carnegie Building13destroyed
Manufacturers Building15destroyed
B. F. Jones Law Building13destroyed
St. Francis Hospital12destroyed
East Mall Apartments17destroyed
Carlton House16destroyed
Berger Building15destroyed
Westinghouse Building12destroyed
Peoples East End Building13destroyed
Colonial-Annex Hotel12destroyed
Bessemer Building13destroyed
Wabash Building11destroyed
Empire Building12destroyed
Louis Mason Jr. High-Rise15destroyed
Fort Pitt Hotel12destroyed
Garfield Heights High-Rise14destroyed
East Hills High-Rise14destroyed
Peoples Natural Gas Company Building12destroyed
Hotel Henry11destroyed
Hagan Building10destroyed
Plaza Building12destroyed
United States Post Office Ferry Street Sta...10destroyed
Columbia Building10destroyed
Kelly Street Highrise12destroyed
Fullaytar Building10destroyed