Wilkes-Barre is the central city of the Wyoming Valley in northeastern Pennsylvania. The city was named after two British colonial politicians and is nicknamed "The Diamond City," due to the shape of its Public Square and the abundance of coal.

Wilkes-Barre was made the seat of Luzerne County in 1786 and was incorporated in 1871. The city gained prominence in the 19th and 20th centuries as an active coal mining city, but has struggled economically since the 1960s.

Wilkes-Barre, along with Scranton, are the central cities of its respective region. The population of the metropolitan area is over 625,000.

Official website: http://wilkes-barre.pa.us/

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Luzerne National Bank Building13built1928(1)
Hotel Sterling14destroyed(1)
Citizens Bank Financial Center13built1911(1)
PNC Bank Building11built1908(2)
City Heights Apartments13built(1)
Provincial Towers Apartments12built(1)
Washington Square Apartments14built1974(1)
University Towers14built1975(1)
Wilkes-Barre VA Medical Center11built(1)
Lincoln Plaza Apartments11built(1)
Wilkes-Barre General Hospital10built(1)
Holy Cross Hall - Kings College13built(1)
15 South Franklin10built1928(1)
B'nai B'rith Apartments13built1971(1)
Valley View Terrace Apartments11built(1)
Geisinger South Wilkes-Barre8built1993
Luzerne County Courthouse4built1909(1)
Coal Exchange Building10destroyed
Wilkes-Barre Center10built(1)
Sherman Hills Apartments8built(1)
Luzerne County Correctional Facility8built
Ramada Plaza Hotel On-The-Square8built1980(1)
Stegmaier Federal Building6built1894
The Woodlands Inn & Resort9built1969(1)
Blue Cross Operations Center9built1946(1)
Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center5built(1)