If there's one thing that's hard to deny about Pittsburgh, it's that the locals are proud of this city and its rich history. From the influence of Andrew Carnegie to the riverfront steel mills to being the birthplace of literary greats like Gertrude Stein, there's always something more to uncover here.
Take a journey through Pittsburgh's past as you explore various buildings and landmarks (some still in operation) that give you a glimpse at Pittsburgh's foundations and the human spirit that has persevered here over the years.
Let Pittsburgh's history come to life as you walk over the suspension bridges downtown, cozy up with a book in the Cathedral of Learning or see Frank Lloyd Wright's architectural wonder, Fallingwater.
Here are three historic landmarks in Pittsburgh to add to your list.