Just about everywhere we go in Pennsylvania, we’ll find at least a statue or two. Many are of historical figures and prominent Pennsylvanians – from William Penn to Mister Rogers. The state boasts quite a few unique statues, too. It’s probably safe to say we won’t find another statue quite like the banana split statue in Pennsylvania, a tribute to one of America’s favorite treats. To see it, plan a visit to Latrobe, PA, the birthplace of the banana split.

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Did you know that Latrobe, PA is the birthplace of the banana split? Have you been to this unique statue? Let us know in the comments! Did you know that you can also find a Little Statue of Liberty in Pennsylvania? Yep, and its origins were once a huge mystery.

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