Pittsburgh City Trivia

Can you guess these facts about the city of Pittsburgh and its suburbs?
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Last updated: December 10, 2020
First submittedNovember 29, 2020
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Most common nickname of Pittsburgh
Steel City
Pittsburgh has 446 of these structures, even more than Venice and New York City
Bridges
"Three rivers" of Pittsburgh
Allegheny
Monongahela
Ohio
Painter who designed an album cover for the Velvet Underground
Andy Warhol
Jonas Salk developed a vaccine for this disease in University of Pittsburgh
Polio
MLB team of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh Pirates
NHL team of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh Penguins
Pittsburgh equivalent of "y'all"
Yinz
Movie about a welder/exotic dancer wants to study at the Pittsburgh Dance Conservatory
Flashdance
Famous amusement park in West Mifflin
Kennywood
Tycoon who expanded the American steel industry in the late 19th century
Andrew Carnegie
Food company headquartered in Pittsburgh – known for making ketchup
Heinz
Educational children's TV series that was produced by WQED Studios
and broadcasted in Pittsburgh
Mister Rogers'
Neighborhood
Pittsburgh is the largest city in this cultural "hilly" region of the U.S.
Appalachia
Two founders of Pittsburgh (name either)
John Forbes /
George Washington
British statesman for whom Pittsburgh was named
William Pitt
Probably the most prestigious university in Pittsburgh
Carnegie Mellon
Russian Roulette movie, starring Robert de Niro, that takes place in the Pittsburgh
suburb of Clairton – but also some parts in Vietnam
The Deer Hunter
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