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Gateway: Pittsburgh's Renaissance after WWII (walking tour)

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Marking Britain's entry into World War II on September 3, 1939, 80 years on this day we start with a WWII themed guided tour. Tour guides from the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation will lead you on a walking tour to see eleven buildings constructed during Pittsburgh’s Renaissance, set within landscaped plazas, and view Point State Park from Commonwealth Place. Wear comfortable shoes and dress for the weather, as the tour will happen rain or shine. Prior registration is required. Visit for a full list of Britsburgh events.

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