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Satellite Image Map of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania




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Pittsburgh Image Information


The Landsat satellite image above gives an aerial view of the streets, suburbs and environment of Pittsburgh, PA. Pittsburgh is located in southwestern Pennsylvania at the confluence of the Allegheny, Monongahela, and Ohio Rivers. It has a population of approximately 334563 people.

Pittsburgh, PA Area Communities:


Communities and suburbs visible in the satellite view above include: Monroeville, Mt. Lebanon, Penn Hills, Plum, McCandless, Coraopolis, Avalon, Bellevue, California, Donora, Monessen, Murrysville, Jeanette, Arnold, Vandergrift, New Kensington, Jefferson Hills, Bridgeville, Aliquippa, Oakmont.

Pittsburgh, PA Area Places:


Physical and cultural features visible in the satellite view above include: Ohio River, Youghiogheny River, Monongahela River, Pittsburgh International Airport, Conemaugh River, Beaver Run Reservoir, Allegheny River, Ambridge Lake, Cannonsburg Lake, Lake Calydon.


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Where is Pittsburgh?




Pittsburgh is located in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. For phone calls it is in the 412, 724 and 878 area code region. The offical Pittsburgh city government website is at http://www.city.pittsburgh.pa.us/.


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