How Pittsburgh Quietly Became The Unofficial Capital Of These 8 Things

Pittsburgh’s known for plenty of things. Fries on sandwiches. The steepest street in the U.S. The Duquesne Incline. Throughout the decades, Pittsburgh has grown, evolved, and transformed. Still, the Steel City remains known for certain things. You might even say that Pittsburgh has even become the unofficial capital of these eight things:

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Would you agree that Pittsburgh is the unofficial capital of these eight things? What else do you think should be on the list? Share in the comments! Click here to read about the 11 Pittsburgh quirks we all share.