Pittsburgh, River City
In 2010, Pittsburgh was named America’s most liveable city.
Pittsburgh has the nation's second busiest inland port, shipping 52 million tons of cargo every year.
Pittsburgh is home to Heinz, the makers of ketchup and baked beans.
Pittsburgh's Cultural District has more theatres in a concentrated area than any city outside of New York.
During World War II, Pittsburgh produced 95 million tons of steel.
Pittsburgh has more sets of steps than the hilly cities of San Francisco, Cincinnati and Portland combined.