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Encyclopedia > Central Business District (Downtown Pittsburgh)

Downtown Pittsburgh, sometimes called the "Golden Triangle," is located at the precise confluence of the Allegheny River and the Monongahela River.


It includes Point State Park, and is bordered on the east by the Strip District, the Hill District, and the Bluff (Uptown).


See also

List of Pittsburgh neighborhoods


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