Pittsburgh may be the town that steel built, but more appropriately it was the city that great industrialists and businessmen, namely Andrew Carnegie and H.J. Heinz, built. Their names, literally, are everywhere. There's the internationally recognized Carnegie Museum of Art, founded in 1895; the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, world-famous for its dinosaur collection; Carnegie Science Center with more than 300 hands-on exhibits; the Carnegie Mellon University; the historic Heinz Memorial Chapel, with one of the foremost examples of French Gothic architecture in the U.S.; the Pittsburgh Symphony's Heinz Hall; and Heinz Field, official home of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
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