In 1909 the first baseballstadium was built in Pittsburgh.
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|Surface km2|| 115 883
|Population|| 12 702 379
|Population density (km2)|| 106,50
|The most populated city|| Philadelphie
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Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia is a national treasure whose two main attractions are Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence was signed. Other points of interest in the capital : the Philadelphia Museum of Art inclusive an extensive European collection and the Eastern State Penitentiary which housed Al Capone. Valley Forge stands as the symbol of the Revolutionary War of 1777-1778. The Gettysburg National Militaty Park is the site of the Gettysburg Battlefield of 1863. Lancaster County is known for its Amish culture and railroad history. Fallingwater, one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most famous buildings, simultaneously hamonizes and contrasts with the nature around it. Presque Isle State Park sits on a peninsula that curves out into Lake Erie.
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DE NEW YORK À MIAMI
Intrigante à New York, ensoleillée à Miami, toute en nature dans les mais aussi historique et nostalgique à Washington et dans le pays des Amish.
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Discover the Gettysburg National Military Park, the Amish region & Philadelphia with all it's history & it's iconic Philly Cheesesteak.