Pittsburgh SVG in Pennsylvania is a fairly large city with a population of about 350 thousand people. It is located at the confluence of the Monongahel and Allegheni rivers, which together form the Ohio River. The unique landscape has caused a specific layout of the city, in which many separate districts were formed – each with its own ethnic composition, culture and architecture. Today’s Pittsburgh SVG, so little known to tourists, is a combination of bridges, steep slopes and embankments that make it one of the most naturally scenic areas in the country. Pittsburgh’s narrow and winding streets, despite its industrial and economic power, often give the impression that you are not in the United States, but in Europe. And cheap food and beer enhance this pleasant impression.
Above the campus stands the impressive Cathedral of the Teaching, a 42-storey skyscraper, built in the style of the Gothic Renaissance. It is the symbolic heart of the university, the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere.