Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA
category: boundary — type: administrative — OSM: relation 188553
Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall and Museum (Q7557406)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall and Museum (or often simply Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall) is a National Register of Historic Places landmark in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. It is the largest memorial in the United States dedicated solely to honoring all branches of military veterans and service personnel.

  • way: Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    ele=288
    name=Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall (4 name matches)
    building=yes
    architect=Henry Hornbostel
    wikipedia=en:Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall and Museum
    wikidata=Q7557406

    wikidata match: Q7557406
Allegheny Arsenal (Q4731278)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Allegheny Arsenal, established in 1814, was an important supply and manufacturing center for the Union Army during the American Civil War, and the site of the single largest civilian disaster during the war.

  • way: Arsenal Park (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    wikidata=Q4731278
    leisure=park
    name=Arsenal Park (5 name matches)

    wikidata match: Q4731278
Bouquet Gardens (Q4950071)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Bouquet Gardens is a major student residential complex of the University of Pittsburgh consisting of eight, 4-story garden-style gabled-roofed apartment buildings (Buildings A through H) clustered around progression of courtyards connected by an interior pathway as well as a four-story apartment-style residence hall (Building J). Each gabled-roofed apartment-style building contains sixteen 4-bedroom apartments while the 155 bed Building J contains amenities for use by residents of the entire complex.[1] Designed by Renaissance 3 Architects, P.C.[2], the combined complex houses 651 upper-level undergraduate students in 172 units located on the lower campus close to Posvar Hall, the Barco Law Building, and adjacent to Sennott Square.

  • way: Bouquet Gardens (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Bouquet Gardens (3 name matches)
    landuse=residential
    name:en=Bouquet Gardens (3 name matches)
    wikipedia=en:Bouquet Gardens
    wikidata=Q4950071

    wikidata match: Q4950071
Civic Arena (Q1237181)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Civic Arena (formerly the Civic Auditorium and later Mellon Arena) was an arena located in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Civic Arena primarily served as the home to the Pittsburgh Penguins, the city's National Hockey League (NHL) franchise, from 1967 to 2010.

  • way: Civic Arena (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    ele=258
    name=Civic Arena (19 name matches)
    history=retrieved using undelete JOSM plugin
    alt_name=The Igloo
    end_date=2010
    historic=stadium
    old_name=Mellon Arena (14 name matches)
    wikidata=Q1237181
    addr:state=PA
    demolished:building=yes

    wikidata match: Q1237181
Duquesne Incline (Q1266663)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Duquesne Incline () is a funicular located near Pittsburgh's South Side neighborhood and scaling Mt. Washington in Pennsylvania, United States. Designed by Samuel Diescher, the incline was completed in 1877 and is 800 feet (244 m) long, 400 feet (122 m) in height, and is inclined at a 30-degree angle. It is an unusual track gauge of 5 ft (1,524 mm).

  • way: Dusqeusne Incline (OSM) 21 feet from Wikidata identifier match [show tags]
    name=Dusqeusne Incline
    gauge=1524
    layer=1
    bridge=yes
    incline=up
    railway=funicular (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=http://www.duquesneincline.org
    heritage=2
    historic=yes
    ref:nrhp=75001609
    wikidata=Q1266663
    wikipedia=en:Duquesne Incline
    heritage:operator=nrhp

    wikidata match: Q1266663
  • way: Dusqeusne Incline (OSM) 21 feet from Wikidata identifier match [show tags]
    name=Dusqeusne Incline
    gauge=1524
    incline=up
    railway=funicular (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=http://www.duquesneincline.org
    heritage=2
    historic=yes
    ref:nrhp=75001609
    wikidata=Q1266663
    wikipedia=en:Duquesne Incline
    heritage:operator=nrhp

    wikidata match: Q1266663
Allegheny Cemetery (Q1271094)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Allegheny Cemetery is one of the largest and oldest burial grounds in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.

  • way: Allegheny Cemetery (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Allegheny Cemetery (9 name matches)
    image=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Allegheny_Cemetery_2008_spires.jpg
    landuse=cemetery (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    heritage=yes
    historic=yes
    wikidata=Q1271094
    wikipedia=en:Allegheny Cemetery

    wikidata match: Q1271094
Allegheny (Q1752800)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Allegheny City (1788–1907) was a Pennsylvania municipality, now reorganized and merged into the modern city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Allegheny City was a right bank municipality located west across the Allegheny River from downtown Pittsburgh, with its southwest border formed by the Ohio River and is known today as the North Side of Pittsburgh. It was annexed by Pittsburgh in 1907. Its waterfront district, along the Allegheny and Ohio rivers, is known as Pittsburgh's North Shore — it is along the north side of the confluence of the Allegheny River with the Monongahela, where they form the Ohio River — the locale achieved fame as the riverside site of Three Rivers Stadium.

  • relation: Pittsburgh (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Pittsburgh (1 name matches)
    is_in=USA, Pennsylvania
    place=city (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name:eo=Picburgo
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    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q1342
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    admin_level=8 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    border_type=city
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    is_in:state_code=PA
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    wikidata mismatch: Q1342
Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh (Q2263119)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh are four museums that are operated by the Carnegie Institute headquartered in the Carnegie Institute complex in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Carnegie Institute complex that includes the original museum, recital hall, and library was added to the National Register of Historic Places on March 30, 1979.

  • way: Carnegie Museum of Natural History (OSM) 143 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Carnegie Museum of Natural History
    tourism=museum (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=https://www.carnegiemnh.org/
    building=yes
    operator=Carnegie Institute (1 name matches)
    wikidata=Q1043983
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:Carnegie Museum of Natural History
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=Forbes Avenue
    addr:postcode=15213
    addr:housenumber=4400

    wikidata mismatch: Q1043983
Pittsburgh (Q1342)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Pittsburgh ( PITS-burg) is a city in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in the United States, and is the county seat of Allegheny County. A population of about 301,048 residents live within the city limits, making it the 66th-largest city in the U.S. The metropolitan population of 2,324,743 is the largest in both the Ohio Valley and Appalachia, the second-largest in Pennsylvania (behind Philadelphia), and the 27th-largest in the U.S.

  • relation: Pittsburgh (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Pittsburgh (149 name matches)
    is_in=USA, Pennsylvania
    place=city (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name:eo=Picburgo (1 name matches)
    name:mi=Pitipāka
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q1342
    wikipedia=en:Pittsburgh
    short_name=PGH
    admin_level=8 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    border_type=city
    is_in:state=Pennsylvania
    is_in:country=USA
    is_in:iso_3166_2=US:PA
    is_in:state_code=PA
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    wikidata match: Q1342
Allegheny County (Q156291)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Allegheny County () is a county in the southwest of the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. As of 2017 the population was 1,223,048, making it the state's second-most populous county, following Philadelphia County. The county seat is Pittsburgh. Allegheny County is included in the Pittsburgh, PA Metropolitan Statistical Area, and in the Pittsburgh Designated Market Area.

  • relation: Allegheny County (OSM) exact location identifier match name match [show tags]
    name=Allegheny County (32 name matches)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q156291
    wikipedia=en:Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
    population=1230459
    admin_level=6 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    nist:fips_code=42003
    nist:state_fips=42

    wikidata match: Q156291
  • node: Allegheny (OSM) 0.97 miles from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=county (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=Allegheny (3 name matches)
    is_in=Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
Frick Building (Q175182)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Frick Building is one of the major distinctive and recognizable features of Downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. The tower was built by and is named for Henry Clay Frick, an industrialist coke producer who created a portfolio of commercial buildings in Pittsburgh. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

  • way: Frick Building (house name: Frick Building) (OSM) exact location name match address match [show tags]
    name=Frick Building (11 name matches)
    height=101
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q175182
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:Frick Building
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=Grant Street
    addr:postcode=15222
    addr:housename=Frick Building (11 name matches)
    building:colour=white
    building:levels=20
    addr:housenumber=437
    building:material=brick

    wikidata match: Q175182
Carnegie Mellon University (Q190080)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) is a private research university based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1900 by Andrew Carnegie as the Carnegie Technical Schools, the university became the Carnegie Institute of Technology in 1912 and began granting four-year degrees. In 1967, the Carnegie Institute of Technology merged with the Mellon Institute of Industrial Research to form Carnegie Mellon University. With its main campus located 3 miles (5 km) from Downtown Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon has grown into an international university with over a dozen degree-granting locations in six continents, including campuses in Qatar and Silicon Valley, and more than 20 research partnerships.

  • relation: Carnegie Mellon University (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Carnegie Mellon University (43 name matches)
    amenity=university (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q190080

    wikidata match: Q190080
University of Pittsburgh (Q235034)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The University of Pittsburgh (commonly referred to as Pitt) is a state-related research university in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was founded as the Pittsburgh Academy in 1787 on the edge of the American frontier. It developed and was renamed as Western University of Pennsylvania by a change to its charter in 1819. After surviving two devastating fires and various relocations within the area, the school moved to its current location in the Oakland neighborhood of the city; it was renamed as the University of Pittsburgh in 1908. Pitt was a private institution until 1966 when it became part of the Commonwealth System of Higher Education.

  • relation: University of Pittsburgh (OSM) exact location identifier match name match [show tags]
    name=University of Pittsburgh (36 name matches)
    amenity=university (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=https://www.pitt.edu/
    alt_name=Pitt (4 name matches)
    operator=University of Pittsburgh (36 name matches)
    wikidata=Q235034
    wikipedia=en:University of Pittsburgh

    wikidata match: Q235034
Washington Plaza (Q524673)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

City View is a 300 ft (91m) residential highrise in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was completed in 1964 and has 24 floors. It is tied with the Commonwealth Building and The Carlyle for the 26th tallest building in Pittsburgh. It was designed by I.M. Pei. From its inception in 1964 until 2014 it was known as Washington Plaza.

  • way: City View Apartments (OSM) exact location identifier match name match [show tags]
    name=City View Apartments
    height=91
    website=https://www.cityviewapts.com/
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    old_name=Washington Plaza (6 name matches)
    wikidata=Q524673
    wikipedia=en:City View (Pittsburgh)
    short_name=City View (3 name matches)
    addr:street=Centre Avenue
    building:levels=24
    addr:housenumber=1420

    wikidata match: Q524673
Allegheny Observatory (Q549937)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Allegheny Observatory is an American astronomical research institution, a part of the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Pittsburgh. The facility is listed on the National Register of Historical Places (ref. # 79002157, added June 22, 1979) and is designated as a Pennsylvania state and Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation historic landmark.

  • way: Allegheny Observatory (OSM) exact location identifier match name match [show tags]
    name=Allegheny Observatory (11 name matches)
    image=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Allegheny_Observatory_2007a.jpg
    website=http://www.pitt.edu/~aobsvtry/
    building=yes
    heritage=yes
    historic=building
    wikidata=Q549937
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:Allegheny Observatory
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=Riverview Avenue
    description=Owned and operated by the University of Pittsburgh since 1867. This is the second Allegheny Observatory, replacing the original in 1912. The current building has 3 telescopes, labs, library, lecture hall, machine shop, offices, and a crypt.
    addr:postcode=15214
    addr:housenumber=159

    wikidata match: Q549937
PPG Paints Arena (Q595460)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

PPG Paints Arena is a multi-purpose indoor arena in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania that serves as home to the Pittsburgh Penguins of the National Hockey League (NHL), and was the home of the Pittsburgh Power of the Arena Football League (AFL) from 2011 to 2014.

  • way: PPG Paints Arena (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=PPG Paints Arena (24 name matches)
    sport=hockey;Arena Football;basketball
    leisure=stadium
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    old_name=Consol Energy Center (14 name matches)
    wikidata=Q595460
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:PPG Paints Arena
    start_date=2010
    addr:street=Fifth Avenue
    is_in:state=PA
    addr:housenumber=1001

    wikidata match: Q595460
Andy Warhol Museum (Q751172)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Andy Warhol Museum is located on the North Shore of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in the United States. It is the largest museum in North America dedicated to a single artist. The museum holds an extensive permanent collection of art and archives from the Pittsburgh-born pop art icon Andy Warhol.

  • way: The Andy Warhol Museum (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=The Andy Warhol Museum (16 name matches)
    tourism=museum (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=yes
    wikidata=Q751172

    wikidata match: Q751172
Cathedral of Learning (Q797017)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Cathedral of Learning, a Pittsburgh landmark listed in the National Register of Historic Places, is the centerpiece of the University of Pittsburgh's main campus in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Standing at 535 feet (163 m), the 42-story Late Gothic Revival Cathedral is the tallest educational building in the Western hemisphere and the second tallest university building (fourth tallest educationally-purposed building) in the world. It is also the second tallest gothic-styled building in the world. The Cathedral of Learning was commissioned in 1921 and ground was broken in 1926. The first class was held in the building in 1931 and its exterior finished in October 1934, prior to its formal dedication in June 1937.

  • way: Cathedral of Learning (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Cathedral of Learning (14 name matches)
    height=163m
    tourism=attraction
    building=university (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    historic=building
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    wikidata=Q797017
    architect=Charles Zeller Klauder
    wikipedia=en:Cathedral of Learning
    addr:street=Fifth Avenue
    addr:postcode=15260
    addr:housenumber=4200

    wikidata match: Q797017
Benedum Center (Q817087)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Benedum Center for the Performing Arts (formerly the Stanley Theatre) is a theater and concert hall located at 237 7th Street in the Cultural District of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Designed by the Philadelphia architectural firm Hoffman-Henon, it was built in 1928 as the Stanley Theatre. The former movie palace was renovated and reopened as the Benedum Center for the Performing Arts in 1987.

  • node: Benedum Center (OSM) 179 feet from Wikidata name match address match [show tags]
    addr:street=7th Street
    ele=222
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    amenity=theatre (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=Benedum Center (11 name matches)
    wikipedia=en:Benedum Center
    wheelchair=yes
    addr:postcode=15222
    addr:housenumber=237
    wikidata=Q817087
    operator=Pittsburgh Cultural Trust
    addr:state=PA

    wikidata match: Q817087
Carnegie Museum of Art (Q1043967)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Carnegie Museum of Art, abbreviated CMOA, is an art museum founded in 1895 by the Pittsburgh-based industrialist Andrew Carnegie. It is located in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The museum holds a distinguished collection of contemporary art, including film and video works. The museum was the first museum in the United States with a strong focus on contemporary art. As instructed by its founder Andrew Carnegie at the inception of the Carnegie International in 1896, the museum has been organizing many contemporary exhibitions that showcase the "Old Masters of tomorrow". Today, it's one of the most dynamic major art institutions in the country.

  • way: Carnegie Museum of Art (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Carnegie Museum of Art (21 name matches)
    tourism=museum (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=http://web.cmoa.org/
    building=yes
    wikidata=Q1043967
    wikipedia=en:Carnegie Museum of Art
    opening_hours=We, Fr-Mo 10:00-17:00; Th 10:00-20:00

    wikidata match: Q1043967
Carnegie Museum of Natural History (Q1043983)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Carnegie Museum of Natural History (abbreviated as CMNH) located at 4400 Forbes Avenue in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, was founded by the Pittsburgh-based industrialist Andrew Carnegie in 1896. It maintains an international reputation for research and is ranked among the top five natural history museums in the United States.

  • way: Carnegie Museum of Natural History (OSM) exact location identifier match name match address match [show tags]
    name=Carnegie Museum of Natural History (17 name matches)
    tourism=museum (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=https://www.carnegiemnh.org/
    building=yes
    operator=Carnegie Institute
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    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:Carnegie Museum of Natural History
    addr:state=PA
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    addr:postcode=15213
    addr:housenumber=4400

    wikidata match: Q1043983
Heinz Field (Q1067148)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Heinz Field is a stadium located in the North Shore neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. It primarily serves as the home to the Pittsburgh Steelers of the National Football League (NFL) and the Pittsburgh Panthers of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The stadium opened in 2001, after the controlled implosion of the teams' previous stadium, Three Rivers Stadium. The stadium is named for the locally based H. J. Heinz Company, which purchased the naming rights in 2001. It hosted the 2011 NHL Winter Classic between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Washington Capitals on January 1, 2011. In 2017 it hosted the Coors Light Stadium Series game featuring the Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers. On May 18, 2019, the stadium hosted Garth Brooks during his Stadium Tour, which set a new attendance record of over 75,000 people, making it the biggest ticketed show in Pittsburgh history.

  • way: Heinz Field (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    ele=221
    name=Heinz Field (36 name matches)
    sport=american_football
    leisure=stadium (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q1067148
    wikipedia=en:Heinz Field
    start_date=2001
    wheelchair=yes

    wikidata match: Q1067148
Dollar Bank (Q5289205)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Dollar Bank is a full-service regional bank serving both individuals and business customers, operating more than 60 offices throughout the southwestern Pennsylvania and northeast Ohio metropolitan areas. The bank's Pennsylvania headquarters is located in downtown Pittsburgh and Ohio headquarters is located in downtown Cleveland. Dollar Bank is the largest independent mutual bank in the nation as of March 2016.

  • way: Dollar Bank (OSM) 46 feet from Wikidata identifier match name match [show tags]
    atm=yes
    name=Dollar Bank (4 name matches)
    amenity=bank (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=www.dollarbank.com
    building=yes
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:Dollar Bank#Fourth Avenue.2C Pittsburgh
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=Fourth Avenue
    addr:postcode=15222
    addr:housenumber=340
    wikidata=Q5289205

    wikidata match: Q5289205
Fineview (Q5450175)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Fineview is a neighborhood on Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's North Side. It has zip codes of both 15212 and 15214, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 6 (North Shore and Downtown neighborhoods) and District 1 (North Central neighborhoods). Fineview was known to older generations as Nunnery Hill. Its modern name derives from the expansive views of downtown Pittsburgh. The most famous of these views is from the Fineview Overlook at the corner of Catoma and Meadville streets.

  • relation: Fineview (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Fineview (6 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5450175
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q5450175
  • node: Fineview (OSM) 423 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    ele=331
    name=Fineview (6 name matches)
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
Pittsburgh Opera (Q7199337)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Pittsburgh Opera is an American opera company based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Pittsburgh Opera gives performances in several venues, primarily at the Benedum Center, with other performances at the Pittsburgh Creative and Performing Arts School (CAPA) Theater. Pittsburgh Opera headquarters is located in the former George Westinghouse Air Brake Factory, 2425 Liberty Avenue, in the Strip District. Pittsburgh Opera has been awarded LEED Silver Certification by the U.S. Green Building Council and is the first "green" opera company in the U.S. in the Operations and Maintenance Category. Pittsburgh Opera's headquarters is also the oldest green building in Pittsburgh.

  • way: Pittsburgh Opera (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Pittsburgh Opera (4 name matches)
    building=yes
    wikidata=Q7199337

    wikidata match: Q7199337
Troy Hill (Q7846856)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Troy Hill is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's North Side. It has a zip code of 15212, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 1 (North Neighborhoods).

  • relation: Troy Hill (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Troy Hill (5 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
  • node: Troy Hill (OSM) 699 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    ele=268
    wikidata=Q7846856
    name=Troy Hill (5 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA

    wikidata match: Q7846856
Two PNC Plaza (Q7859146)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Two PNC Plaza (once known as Equibank Plaza) is a high-rise office building located in the Golden Triangle of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Constructed in 1976, it is 446 feet (136 m) in height and has 34 stories, making it the tallest of three buildings in PNC Plaza. In order to make room for the structure, a through street called Oliver Avenue was closed.

  • way: Two PNC Plaza (OSM) 7 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Two PNC Plaza (5 name matches)
    height=136
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7859146
    wikipedia=en:Two PNC Plaza
    roof:shape=flat
    start_date=1976
    addr:street=Liberty Avenue
    building:part=yes
    roof:material=concrete
    building:colour=#383E3A
    building:levels=34
    addr:housenumber=620
    building:material=glass

    wikidata match: Q7859146
Carnegie Science Center (Q2426244)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Carnegie Science Center is one of the four Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is located in the Chateau neighborhood. It is located across the street from Heinz Field.

  • way: Carnegie Science Center (OSM) exact location identifier match name match [show tags]
    name=Carnegie Science Center (11 name matches)
    tourism=museum (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=http://carnegiesciencecenter.org
    building=yes
    operator=Carnegie Mueums of Pittsburgh
    wikidata=Q2426244
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    addr:state=PA
    wheelchair=yes
    addr:street=Allegheny Avenue
    description=Opened in October 1991, CSC replaced the Buhl Science Center. CSC includes the Miniature Railroad & Village, the WWII submarine USS Requin, the Buhl Planetarium, children's area, Works Theater, Rangos Giant Cinema, and other exhibits.
    addr:postcode=15212
    addr:housenumber=1

    wikidata match: Q2426244
BNY Mellon Center (Q2740919)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

BNY Mellon Center is a 55-story skyscraper located at 500 Grant Street in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Announced on March 27, 1980, the tower was completed in June 1984. Standing 725 ft (221 m) tall, it is the second-tallest building in the city. It was initially planned to be the world headquarters of the Dravo Corporation (now Carmeuse Corporation) by its majority owner at the time and current neighbor U.S. Steel until Dravo was purchased in 1983. Upon opening, the building was named One Mellon Center after Mellon Financial Corporation, which used the tower as the company's global headquarters. In 2007, the company merged with Bank of New York to form The Bank of New York Mellon; the resulting corporation continues to use the building as one of its major offices. In 2008, the building was renamed to its current moniker as part of a branding initiative by The Bank of New York Mellon.

  • way: BNY Mellon Center (OSM) exact location name match address match [show tags]
    name=BNY Mellon Center (16 name matches)
    height=221
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    old_name=Dravo Tower
    wikidata=Q2740919
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:BNY Mellon Center (Pittsburgh)
    addr:state=PA
    start_date=1983
    addr:street=Grant Street
    addr:postcode=15219
    building:levels=55
    addr:housenumber=500

    wikidata match: Q2740919
Cathedral of Saint Paul (Q2942419)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Saint Paul Cathedral is the mother church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. St. Paul's parish was established in 1834. When the diocese was established in 1843 St. Paul's Church was chosen as the cathedral. The first two St. Paul Cathedrals were located on Grant Street downtown. As the downtown area was claimed by industries, the residential areas shifted to other areas of the city. St. Paul's property was sold to the industrialist Henry Clay Frick. The present Gothic Revival structure was designed by Egan and Prindeville of Chicago and completed in 1906. They used Cologne Cathedral as their inspiration. Philadelphia contractor Thomas Reilly built the new cathedral in the Oakland neighborhood. The pipe organ was provided by Andrew Carnegie. The cathedral serves the spiritual needs of approximately 3,000 worshipers. It became a contributing property in the Schenley Farms Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.

  • way: St. Paul Cathedral (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    fax=(412) 621-1079
    name=St. Paul Cathedral (4 name matches)
    email=info@saintpaulcathedral.org
    phone=(412) 621-4951
    amenity=place_of_worship (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=http://stpaulpgh.org
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    religion=christian (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q2942419
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wheelchair=yes
    addr:street=North Dithridge Street
    denomination=catholic
    addr:postcode=15213-2608
    addr:housenumber=108

    wikidata match: Q2942419
Fifth Avenue Place (Q3050814)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Fifth Avenue Place (originally "Hillman Tower", sometimes called Highmark Place for its major tenant) is a skyscraper in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. United States.

  • way: Fifth Avenue Place (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Fifth Avenue Place (7 name matches)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q3050814

    wikidata match: Q3050814
  • way: Fifth Avenue Place (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Fifth Avenue Place (11 name matches)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
Bellefield Hall (Q4883751)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Bellefield Hall is a Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmark and is a contributing property to the Schenley Farms Historic District on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh across Bellefield Avenue from Heinz Memorial Chapel and the lawn of the university's Cathedral of Learning in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. A 1924 italianate structure by architect Benno Janssen, it originally served as a Young Men's and Women's Hebrew Association, but now houses rehearsal spaces, classrooms, offices, and a Digital Recording Studio for the University of Pittsburgh's Department of Music, as well as a university gymnasium, fitness center, indoor swimming pool, and a 676-seat auditorium.

  • way: Bellefield Hall (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Bellefield Hall (5 name matches)
    building=university (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    wikidata=Q4883751
    wikipedia=en:Bellefield Hall
    addr:street=S. Bellefield Avenue
    addr:postcode=15260
    addr:housenumber=315

    wikidata match: Q4883751
Beltzhoover (Q4884818)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Beltzhoover is a neighborhood in southern Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in an area known as the South Hills.

  • relation: Beltzhoover (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Beltzhoover (6 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4884818
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q4884818
  • node: Beltzhoover (OSM) 596 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=334
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Beltzhoover (6 name matches)
Benedum Hall (Q4887398)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Michael L. Benedum Hall of Engineering is a landmark academic building on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. The building was designed in the brutalist style by the architectural firm of Deeter, Ritchey, and Sippel and completed in 1971 at a cost of $15 million ($92.8 million today). The building was honored with both the Pennsylvania Society American Institute of Architects Honor Award and Distinguished Building Award. It was built with a gift from the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation and funds from the General State Authority. It stands on a 1.8-acre (7,300 m2) site that was formerly occupied by the National Guard's Logan Armory.

  • way: Benedum Hall (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    ele=292
    name=Benedum Hall (2 name matches)
    website=https://www.engineering.pitt.edu/
    building=university (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    wikidata=Q4887398
    architect=Deeter, Ritchey, and Sippel
    wikipedia=en:Benedum Hall
    addr:state=PA

    wikidata match: Q4887398
Birmingham Bridge (Q4916624)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Birmingham Bridge (known during construction as the Brady Street Bridge) is a bowstring arch bridge in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, which crosses over the Monongahela River. The bridge connects East Carson Street on the South Side with Fifth and Forbes Avenues going to Uptown, Oakland, and the Hill District. It is named in honor of the English city of Birmingham and also for the neighborhood it connects to, which was once called Birmingham, now a part of the South Side. Many locals also may refer to it with its unofficial name, the 22nd Street bridge.

  • way: Birmingham Bridge (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Birmingham Bridge (5 name matches)
    layer=2
    man_made=bridge (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikipedia=en:Birmingham Bridge
    wikidata=Q4916624

    wikidata match: Q4916624
Bloomfield (Q4928223)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Bloomfield is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is located three miles from the downtown area. Bloomfield is sometimes referred to as Pittsburgh's Little Italy because it was settled by Italians from the Abruzzi region and has been a center of Italian–American population. Pittsburgh architectural historian, Franklin Toker, has said that Bloomfield "is a feast, as rich to the eyes as the homemade tortellini and cannoli in its shop windows are to the stomach." Recently, neighborhood has as attracted young adults and college students as a "hip" neighborhood.

  • relation: Bloomfield (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Bloomfield (7 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4928223
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q4928223
  • node: Bloomfield (OSM) 640 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=287
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Bloomfield (7 name matches)
Bloomfield Bridge (Q4928230)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Bloomfield Bridge carries four lanes of traffic across a steep ravine between the densely populated Pittsburgh neighborhoods of Bloomfield and Polish Hill.

  • way: Bloomfield Bridge (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Bloomfield Bridge (5 name matches)
    layer=2
    man_made=bridge (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4928230

    wikidata match: Q4928230
Bluff (Q4930630)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Uptown or The Bluff (also known by its former name Soho and prior to the 20th century as Boyd's Hill) is a neighborhood in the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to the southeast of the city's Central Business District. It is bordered in the north by the Hill District and located across the Monongahela River from South Side. The predominant area zip code is 15219.

  • relation: Bluff (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Bluff (5 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    alt_name=Uptown (3 name matches)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    old_name=Soho (2 name matches)
    wikidata=Q4930630
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q4930630
  • node: Uptown (OSM) 1,222 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=225
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Uptown (3 name matches)
  • node: Soho (OSM) 2,472 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=251
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Soho (2 name matches)
  • node: Bluff (OSM) 1,673 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=Bluff (5 name matches)
Boggs (Q4937587)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Boggs is a station on the Overbrook branch of the Port Authority of Allegheny County's light rail network. It is located in the Beltzhoover neighborhood of Pittsburgh. Boggs is a high level handicap accessible station that exits onto Boggston Ave. and Sylvania Ave. The station serves commuters from the hilly, residential neighborhood.

  • node: Boggs (OSM) 304 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    railway=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikipedia=en:Boggs (PAT station)
    network=PAT
    wheelchair=yes
    name=Boggs (3 name matches)
    operator=Port Authority of Allegheny County
    wikidata=Q4937587
    public_transport=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q4937587
Bon Air (Q4940935)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Bon Air is a station on the Overbrook branch of the Port Authority of Allegheny County's light rail network. It is located in the Bon Air neighborhood of Pittsburgh. Bon Air is a high-level handicap-accessible station that exits into Bon Air from a valley below Roseton Avenue. The station is designed as the primary transit access for residents of this small neighborhood of single-family homes where bus service is limited.

  • node: Bon Air (OSM) 36 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    railway=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikipedia=en:Bon Air (PAT station)
    network=PAT
    wheelchair=yes
    name=Bon Air (3 name matches)
    operator=Port Authority of Allegheny County
    wikidata=Q4940935
    public_transport=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q4940935
Bon Air (Q4940938)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Bon Air is a neighborhood in the south portion of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Its two zip codes are 15226 and 15210, and it is represented in the Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 4 (South Neighborhoods).

  • relation: Bon Air (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Bon Air (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4940938
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q4940938
  • node: Bon Air (OSM) 446 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=295
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Bon Air (4 name matches)
Brashear High School (Q4957776)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Brashear High School is a large, urban, magnet, public school in the Beechview neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Brashear is one of four high schools in the Pittsburgh Public Schools. In the 2010-2011 school year, the school had 1,214 pupils with 615 males and 566 females. It employed 87 teachers. Since then, the school has acquired students from the transition with Langley High School. It is currently the largest high school in the district, with approximately 1,480 students and 105 teachers. Free and reduced lunch eligible pupil numbered 788 in 2010.

  • node: Brashear High School (OSM) 114 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Brashear High School (4 name matches)
    amenity=school (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4957776
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=Crane Avenue
    addr:country=US
    addr:postcode=15216
    addr:housenumber=590

    wikidata match: Q4957776
Brilliant Branch Railroad Bridge (Q4968043)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Brilliant Branch Railroad Bridge is a truss bridge that carries Allegheny Valley Railroad's Brilliant Branch across the Allegheny River between the Pittsburgh neighborhood of Highland Park and Aspinwall, Pennsylvania.

  • way: Brilliant Branch Railroad Bridge (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Brilliant Branch Railroad Bridge (5 name matches)
    layer=1
    bridge=truss (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    man_made=bridge (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4968043

    wikidata match: Q4968043
Brilliant Cutoff Viaduct of the Pennsylvania Railroad (Q4968047)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Brilliant Cutoff Viaduct of the Pennsylvania Railroad located along Washington Boulevard in the Lincoln-Lemington-Belmar/Homewood neighborhoods of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It carries the Brilliant Branch, small a connector railway, and was built in 1902. It was added to the List of Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmarks in 2003.

  • way: Brilliant Cutoff Viaduct (OSM) 29 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Brilliant Cutoff Viaduct (2 name matches)
    layer=2
    bridge=viaduct (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    man_made=bridge (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4968047
    description=Built by the Pennsylvania Railroad and opened in 1902 as part of 1 of 3 bypasses around the busy passenger station in Pittsburgh. It went over Silver Lake, which was later filled in and a drive-in occupied the site of the lake. Now used by small industry.

    wikidata match: Q4968047
Brookline (Q4974692)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Brookline is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in the United States.

  • relation: Brookline (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Brookline (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4974692
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q4974692
  • node: Brookline (OSM) 610 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=359
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Brookline (4 name matches)
Brunot Island (Q4979458)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Brunot Island (also spelled Brunot's Island) is a 129-acre (52 ha) island in the Ohio River. It is officially part of the Marshall-Shadeland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania in the United States. It was named for Dr. Felix Brunot who settled the island with his extended family in the late 1700s. The family entertained the Lewis and Clark expedition on the island in August 1803. The island is home to the Brunot Island Generating Station, a 315 MW fossil fuel power plant.

  • way: Brunot Island (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    place=island (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=Brunot Island (8 name matches)
    wikidata=Q4979458

    wikidata match: Q4979458
UPMC Mercy (Q7865510)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

UPMC Mercy is a main hospital facility of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) and is located in the Uptown section of the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, adjacent to Duquesne University, and a few blocks from the PPG Paints Arena and downtown Pittsburgh. It is the first chartered hospital to have been founded in the city of Pittsburgh and it is also the first hospital in the world to have been established by the Sisters of Mercy. It is also the first teaching hospital in the region, accepting residents to teaching positions beginning in 1848, one year after opening its doors.

  • way: UPMC Mercy (OSM) exact location identifier match name match [show tags]
    name=UPMC Mercy (12 name matches)
    phone=+1 412 232 8111
    source=bing
    amenity=hospital (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=https://www.upmc.com/locations/hospitals/mercy/
    operator=UPMC
    wikidata=Q7865510
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    emergency=yes
    wikipedia=en:UPMC Mercy
    healthcare=hospital (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    addr:street=Locust Street
    addr:postcode=15219
    opening_hours=24/7
    gnis:feature_id=1180942
    addr:housenumber=1400

    wikidata match: Q7865510
UPMC St. Margaret (Q7865515)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

UPMC St. Margaret is a mid-sized, acute care, teaching community hospital of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, located in Aspinwall, Pennsylvania. Situated on 21 acres (8.5 ha), the hospital has 249 beds with more than 800 physicians and 1,500 clinical staff members. In March 2009, UPMC St. Margaret achieved Magnet Recognition status. Magnet status is the highest international recognition for nursing excellence and leadership.

  • way: UPMC Saint Margaret (OSM) exact location identifier match name match [show tags]
    name=UPMC Saint Margaret (8 name matches)
    phone=+1 412 784 4000
    amenity=hospital (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=https://www.upmc.com/locations/hospitals/st-margaret/
    operator=UPMC (1 name matches)
    wikidata=Q7865515
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    emergency=yes
    wikipedia=en:UPMC St. Margaret
    addr:street=Freeport Road
    addr:postcode=15215
    opening_hours=24/7
    gnis:feature_id=2431736
    addr:housenumber=815

    wikidata match: Q7865515
Union Station (Q7886093)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Union Station (or Pennsylvania Station, commonly called Penn Station by locals) is a historic train station at Grant Street and Liberty Avenue, south of the Allegheny River, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. It was one of several passenger rail stations that served Pittsburgh during the 20th century (other stations included the Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad Station, the Baltimore and Ohio Station, and Wabash Pittsburgh Terminal), and it is the only surviving station in active use.

  • way: Pittsburgh Union Station (OSM) 8 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Pittsburgh Union Station (8 name matches)
    train=yes
    railway=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=yes
    operator=Amtrak
    public_transport=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7886093

    wikidata match: Q7886093
Union Trust Building (Q7886360)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Union Trust Building (501 Grant St., downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania), was erected in 1915–16 by the industrialist Henry Clay Frick. The Flemish-Gothic structure's original purpose was to serve as a shopping arcade.

  • way: Union Trust Building (OSM) exact location name match address match [show tags]
    name=Union Trust Building (6 name matches)
    height=72
    website=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Union_Trust_Building_(Pittsburgh,_Pennsylvania)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    old_name=Union Trust Building (6 name matches)
    wikidata=Q7886360
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:Union Trust Building (Pittsburgh)
    addr:state=PA
    start_date=1917
    addr:street=Grant Street
    addr:postcode=15222
    building:levels=15
    addr:housenumber=501

    wikidata match: Q7886360
University of Pittsburgh College of Business Administration (Q7896123)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The College of Business Administration (CBA) is one of the 17 schools and colleges of University of Pittsburgh located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. The CBA is the second largest degree granting school or college in the university and offers undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degrees. The CBA is a constituent college of the university's Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business and is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International).

  • way: Sennott Square (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Sennott Square (1 name matches)
    building=university
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    wikidata=Q15276086
    wikipedia=en:Sennott Square

    wikidata mismatch: Q15276086
University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health (Q7896126)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Graduate School of Public Health (sometimes abbreviated GSPH or shortened to Pitt Public Health) is one of 17 schools at the University of Pittsburgh. The school, founded in 1948, was first led by Thomas Parran, surgeon general of the U.S. Public Health Service. It is ranked as the 13th best public health school in the United States by US News and World Report. In addition, it is ranked third among public health schools for funding received from the National Institutes of Health. It was the first of only two fully accredited schools of public health in Pennsylvania (the other being Drexel University's School of Public Health in Philadelphia). The school offers Masters of Public Health and doctoral degrees in areas such as behavioral and community health sciences, biostatistics, environmental and occupational health, epidemiology, health policy and management, human genetics, and infectious disease and microbiology.

  • way: Crabtree Hall (OSM) 355 feet from Wikidata identifier match [show tags]
    name=Crabtree Hall
    website=http://www.publichealth.pitt.edu/
    building=university
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    architect=Deeter, Ritchey, and Sippel
  • way: Pitt Public Health (OSM) exact location identifier match name match [show tags]
    name=Pitt Public Health (1 name matches)
    name:en=Pitt Public Health (1 name matches)
    website=http://www.publichealth.pitt.edu/
    building=university
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    wikidata=Q7139756
    architect=Eggers & Higgins

    wikidata mismatch: Q7139756
Veterans Bridge (Q7923609)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Veterans Bridge is a steel and welded girder bridge that carries Interstate 579 over the Allegheny River in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Completed in 1988 it cost $420 million (or $890 million in 2019 terms). It opened on November 11, 1988 complete with 107th National Guard howitzers firing ceremoniously from the deck, as the last link in I-579. The bridge, 1,050 feet (320 m) in length, has a main span of 410 feet (120 m) and is 51 feet (16 m) above the water. The roadway atop the structure is seven lanes wide, with six lanes dedicated to northbound and southbound traffic (three per direction) and one lane designed for reversible High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV-2) movements.

  • way: Veterans Bridge (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Veterans Bridge (6 name matches)
    layer=2
    man_made=bridge (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7923609

    wikidata match: Q7923609
Wabash Tunnel (Q7958658)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Wabash Tunnel is a former railway tunnel and presently an automobile tunnel through Mt. Washington in the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Constructed early in the 20th century by railroad magnate George J. Gould for the Wabash Railroad, it was closed to trains and cars between 1946 and 2004.

  • way: Wabash Tunnel (OSM) 25 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    hgv=no
    name=Wabash Tunnel (6 name matches)
    lanes=2
    layer=-1
    hazmat=no
    oneway=no
    tunnel=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    highway=tertiary
    railway=abandoned
    surface=concrete
    sidewalk=no
    wikidata=Q7958658
    motorroad=yes
    motor_vehicle=no
    old_railway_operator=P&WV
    motor_vehicle:forward:conditional=yes @ (Mo-Fr 06:00-14:00)
    motor_vehicle:backward:conditional=yes @ (Mo-Fr 15:00-23:00; Sa-Su 06:00-23:00)

    wikidata match: Q7958658
Washington's Landing (Q7971580)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Herrs Island, also known as Washington's Landing, is an island in the Allegheny River in Pittsburgh in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. It is officially considered part of the Troy Hill neighborhood.

  • way: Washington's Landing (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Washington's Landing (5 name matches)
    place=island (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    old_name=Herrs Island (5 name matches)
    wikidata=Q7971580
    wikipedia=en:Washington's Landing

    wikidata match: Q7971580
Warner Theatre (Q16999687)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Warner Centre is a former theatre and concert hall located at 332 Fifth Avenue in Downtown Pittsburgh. It opened as the Grand Theatre on March 7, 1918 with Douglas Fairbanks in Headin' South and Winifred Westover in Her Husband’s Wife. The theater was renamed Warner Theatre on January 2, 1930. In 1983 the theater was closed, the auditorium was demolished, and a two story shopping center named Warner Center was built on the site.

  • way: Warner Centre (OSM) 245 feet from Wikidata name match address match [show tags]
    name=Warner Centre (8 name matches)
    shop=mall (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    phone=(412) 589-0717
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:Warner Centre
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=Fifth Avenue
    description=Formerly the Warner Theater, a movie theater.
    addr:postcode=15222
    opening_hours=Mo-Fr 6:00-18:00
    addr:housenumber=332
    wikidata=Q16999687

    wikidata match: Q16999687
Shadyside Health Education & Research Corp heliport (Q61724472)
  • way: way/166904306 (OSM) 47 feet from Wikidata identifier match [show tags]
    faa=PA16
    aeroway=helipad (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    rooftop=yes
    surface=metal
    wikidata=Q61724472

    wikidata match: Q61724472
Petersen Events Center (Q3377004)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Petersen Events Center (more commonly known as "The Pete") is a 12,508-seat multi-purpose arena on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It hosts the men's and women's Pitt Panthers basketball teams. The arena is named for philanthropists John Petersen and his wife Gertrude, who donated $10 million ($14.5 million in 2018 dollars) for its construction. John Petersen, a Pitt alumnus, is a native of nearby Erie and is the retired President and CEO of Erie Insurance Group. The Petersen Events Center was winner of the 2003 Innovative Architecture & Design Honor Award from Recreation Management magazine.

  • way: Petersen Events Center (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Petersen Events Center (7 name matches)
    layer=1
    sport=basketball
    leisure=stadium
    website=http://www.peterseneventscenter.com/
    alt_name=The Pete (2 name matches)
    building=university (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    wikidata=Q3377004
    wikipedia=en:Petersen Events Center

    wikidata match: Q3377004
Oxford Centre (Q3497523)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

One Oxford Centre is one of the major distinctive and recognizable features of Downtown Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, United States. The complex is named for Oxford Development, the developer and previous owner.

  • way: One Oxford Center (OSM) exact location identifier match name match [show tags]
    ele=232
    name=One Oxford Center (8 name matches)
    height=187
    website=http://www.oneoxfordcentre.com/
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q3497523
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:One Oxford Centre
    addr:state=PA
    start_date=1983
    addr:street=Grant Street
    addr:postcode=15219
    building:levels=46
    addr:housenumber=301

    wikidata match: Q3497523
Rodef Shalom Temple (Q3508004)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Rodef Shalom Congregation is a National Register of Historic Places landmark in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, designed by architect Henry Hornbostel.

  • way: Rodef Shalom Congregation (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    ele=281
    name=Rodef Shalom Congregation (11 name matches)
    layer=1
    amenity=place_of_worship (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=synagogue (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    religion=jewish (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q3508004

    wikidata match: Q3508004
Frick Art & Historical Center (Q3753155)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Frick Pittsburgh is a cluster of museums and historical buildings located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States and formed around the Frick family's nineteenth-century residence known as "Clayton". It focuses on the interpretation of the life and times of Henry Clay Frick (1849–1919), industrialist and art collector.

  • way: Frick Art and Historical Center (OSM) 697 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    ele=299
    fee=no
    name=Frick Art and Historical Center (7 name matches)
    museum=art
    tourism=museum (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=https://www.thefrickpittsburgh.org/thefrickartmuseum
    building=yes
    operator=The Frick (2 name matches)
    wikidata=Q3753155
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:Frick Art & Historical Center
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=Reynolds Street
    addr:postcode=15208
    addr:housenumber=7227

    wikidata match: Q3753155
Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium (Q4363922)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Pittsburgh Zoo is one of only six major zoo and aquarium combinations in the United States. Located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's Highland Park, the zoo sits on 77 acres (31 ha) of park land where it exhibits more than 4,000 animals representing 475 species, including 20 threatened or endangered species.

  • way: Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium (2 name matches)
    tourism=zoo (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4363922
    wikipedia=en:Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium
    addr:street=Wild Place
    addr:postcode=15206
    addr:housenumber=One

    wikidata match: Q4363922
11 Stanwix Street (Q4547778)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

11 Stanwix Street, formerly known as Westinghouse Tower, is one of the major distinctive and recognizable features of Downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. The tower was originally built and named for the Westinghouse Corporation; in 1999 that company went through a restructuring and moved its headquarters to its longtime research park in the suburb of Monroeville, before expansions in their operations necessitated a move to a larger suburban complex in Cranberry Township. Tenants today include IBM, the Allegheny Conference on Community Development, the advertising firm Brunner and the local headquarters of KeyCorp.

  • way: 11 Stanwix Street (OSM) exact location name match address match [show tags]
    name=11 Stanwix Street (6 name matches)
    height=108
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    old_name=Westinghouse Tower (1 name matches)
    wikidata=Q4547778
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:11 Stanwix Street
    addr:state=PA
    start_date=1969
    addr:street=Stanwix Street
    addr:postcode=15222
    building:levels=23
    addr:housenumber=11

    wikidata match: Q4547778
David McCullough Bridge (Q4552241)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The David McCullough Bridge, commonly and historically known as the 16th Street Bridge, is a steel trussed through arch bridge that spans the Allegheny River in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

  • way: 16th Street Bridge (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=16th Street Bridge (4 name matches)
    layer=1
    bridge=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    man_made=bridge (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4552241

    wikidata match: Q4552241
30th Street Bridge (Q4634653)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The 30th Street Bridge, is a girder bridge that carries vehicular traffic across the Allegheny River between the Pittsburgh neighborhoods of Troy Hill and Herrs Island (known by the moniker of Washington's Landing). This is the fourth bridge that has stood on this site. A wooden 19th Century bridge was washed away during an 1882 flood. This was replaced by an arch bridge that spanned the entire width of the Allegheny River; after a 1921 fire destroyed the span across the main channel, the 31st Street Bridge was constructed as a replacement, and this bridge was again relegated to taking traffic to Herrs Island. A 1939 truss bridge then stood on this site, and it was replaced by the current structure as part of the redevelopment of the island to feature condominiums and a business park instead of warehouses and stockyards.

  • way: 30th Street Bridge (OSM) 12 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    highway=tertiary
    name=30th Street Bridge (3 name matches)
    bridge=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    layer=1
    lcn=yes
    lanes=2
    wikidata=Q4634653

    wikidata match: Q4634653
  • way: 30th Street Bridge (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=30th Street Bridge (5 name matches)
    layer=1
    bridge=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    man_made=bridge (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
31st Street Bridge (Q4634887)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The William Raymond Prom Memorial Bridge, commonly known as the 31st Street Bridge, is an arch bridge that carries vehicular traffic across the Allegheny River between the Pittsburgh neighborhoods of Troy Hill and the Strip District. The bridge passes over, but does not serve, Washington's Landing, which is connected to the mainland by the 30th Street Bridge. Sidewalks along the bridge feature viewing platforms.

  • way: 31st Street Bridge (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=31st Street Bridge (6 name matches)
    layer=1
    man_made=bridge (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4634887

    wikidata match: Q4634887
33rd Street Railroad Bridge (Q4635299)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The 33rd Street Railroad Bridge is a truss bridge that carries the Allegheny Valley Railroad on the P&W Subdivision over the Allegheny River in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States.

  • relation: 33rd Street Railroad Bridge (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=33rd Street Railroad Bridge (3 name matches)
    layer=2
    bridge=truss (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    man_made=bridge (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4635299

    wikidata match: Q4635299
525 William Penn Place (Q4640167)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

525 William Penn Place (also known as the Citizens Bank Tower) is a skyscraper located in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was completed in 1951 for the Mellon National Bank and the U.S. Steel Corporation. At 520 feet (160 m) tall, it was the second-tallest building in Pittsburgh until 1970, and the third-tallest until 1984. The building has 41 floors and approximately 950,000 square feet (88,000 m2) of office space. Presently it is the third-largest office building by square feet in downtown Pittsburgh. In 2016, BNY Mellon sold the building for $67.65 million.

  • way: William Penn Place (house name: 525 William Penn Place) (OSM) exact location name match address match [show tags]
    name=William Penn Place
    height=160
    alt_name=Citizens Bank Tower
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4640167
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:525 William Penn Place
    addr:state=PA
    roof:shape=flat
    start_date=1951
    addr:street=William Penn Place
    addr:postcode=15222
    roof:material=concrete
    addr:housename=525 William Penn Place (5 name matches)
    building:colour=#938B86
    building:levels=41
    addr:housenumber=525

    wikidata match: Q4640167
Allegheny (Q4731268)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Allegheny is a station on the Port Authority of Allegheny County's light rail network. The stop serves the North Shore neighborhood and other adjacent North Side neighborhoods. Heinz Field, the Pittsburgh Steelers football stadium; Rivers Casino; Stage AE amphitheater; Community College of Allegheny County's Allegheny Campus; and Carnegie Science Center are within walking distance.

  • way: Allegheny Station (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Allegheny Station (3 name matches)
    layer=1
    covered=yes
    railway=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=yes
    wikidata=Q4731268
    wikipedia=en:Allegheny (PAT station)
    wheelchair=yes
    public_transport=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q4731268
Allegheny Center (Q4731281)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Allegheny Center is a neighborhood on Pittsburgh's North Side. Its zip code is 15212, and it has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by both council members for District 6 (Downtown, North Shore) and District 1 (Northside).

  • relation: Allegheny Center (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Allegheny Center (8 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4731281
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q4731281
  • node: Allegheny Center (OSM) 492 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=234
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Allegheny Center (8 name matches)
Allegheny County Courthouse (Q4731291)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Allegheny County Courthouse in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is part of a complex (along with the old Allegheny County Jail) designed by H. H. Richardson. The buildings are considered among the finest examples of the Romanesque Revival style for which Richardson is well known.

  • relation: Allegheny County Courthouse (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    ele=237
    name=Allegheny County Courthouse (8 name matches)
    image=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:AlleghenyCountyCourthouse.jpg
    height=30.48
    amenity=courthouse (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=https://www.alleghenycounty.us/about/courthouse.aspx
    building=public (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    heritage=yes
    historic=building
    wikidata=Q4731291
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:Allegheny County Courthouse
    addr:state=PA
    start_date=1888
    addr:street=Grant Street
    addr:postcode=15219
    addr:housenumber=414
    building:material=stone

    wikidata match: Q4731291
UPMC Shadyside School of Nursing (Q7865512)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The UPMC Shadyside School of Nursing, established in 1884, is a diploma-granting nursing program affiliated with UPMC (University of Pittsburgh Medical Center) Shadyside Hospital. It is located in the East Liberty neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The school is currently housed at 5900 Baum Blvd in the AAA Motor Square Garden building.

  • way: Motor Square Garden (OSM) exact location address match [show tags]
    name=Motor Square Garden
    alt_name=East Liberty Market
    building=yes
    wikidata=Q12062087
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:Motor Square Garden
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=Baum Boulevard
    addr:country=US
    addr:postcode=15206
    addr:housenumber=5900

    wikidata mismatch: Q12062087
Old Allegheny County Jail (Q4731292)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The old Allegheny County Jail in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is part of a complex (along with the Allegheny County Courthouse) designed by H. H. Richardson. The buildings are considered among the finest examples of the Romanesque Revival style for which Richardson is well known.

  • way: Old Allegheny County Jail (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Old Allegheny County Jail (5 name matches)
    building=public (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4731292
    wikipedia=en:Allegheny County Jail
    building:material=stone

    wikidata match: Q4731292
Allegheny County Office Building (Q4731295)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Allegheny County Office Building located at Ross Street and Forbes Avenue in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was built from 1929 to 1931. It was added to the List of Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmarks in 2002.

  • way: Allegheny County Office Building (house name: Allegheny County Office Building) (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    ele=231
    name=Allegheny County Office Building (5 name matches)
    website=https://www.county.allegheny.pa.us/opa/index.aspx
    building=public (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4731295
    wikipedia=en:Allegheny County Office Building
    addr:state=PA
    start_date=1931
    addr:street=Forbes Avenue
    addr:housename=Allegheny County Office Building (5 name matches)
    building:levels=7
    addr:housenumber=542

    wikidata match: Q4731295
Allegheny General Hospital (Q4731305)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Allegheny General Hospital is a large urban hospital located at 320 East North Avenue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. It is part of the larger Allegheny Health Network.

  • way: Allegheny General Hospital (OSM) exact location name match address match [show tags]
    beds=576
    name=Allegheny General Hospital (7 name matches)
    phone=+1 412 359 3131
    amenity=hospital (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=https://www.ahn.org/locations/allegheny-general-hospital
    operator=Allegheny Health Network
    wikidata=Q4731305
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    emergency=yes
    wikipedia=en:Allegheny General Hospital
    addr:street=East North Avenue
    addr:postcode=15212
    opening_hours=24/7
    addr:housenumber=320

    wikidata match: Q4731305
Allegheny Post Office (Q4731329)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Allegheny Post Office, also known as Old North Post Office, The Landmarks Museum, is a building built in 1897 in the Allegheny City area that is now within Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is located in Pittsburgh's North Side.

  • way: Old North Post Office (OSM) 51 feet from Wikidata [show tags]
    ele=225
    image=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Allegheny_Post_Office_front.jpg
    tourism=museum
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    heritage=yes
    old_name=Old North Post Office
    ref:nrhp=71000683
    wikidata=Q4731329
    wikipedia=en:Allegheny Post Office
    building:name=Allegheny Post Office
    building:levels=3
    historic:amenity=post_office

    wikidata match: Q4731329
Allegheny West (Q4731362)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Allegheny West is a historic neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's North Side. It has two zip codes of both 15233 and 15212, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 1 (North Side).

  • relation: Allegheny West (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Allegheny West (9 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4731362
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q4731362
  • node: Allegheny West (OSM) 86 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Allegheny West (9 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4731362
    wikipedia=en:Allegheny West (Pittsburgh)
    population=462

    wikidata match: Q4731362
Allen Hall (Q4731672)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Allen Hall at the University of Pittsburgh is a Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmark and a contributing property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District. Completed in 1914 and originally serving as the home to the Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, the six story Greek Revival building designed by J. H. Giesey now serves as the home of the university's Department of Physics and Astronomy.

  • way: Allen Hall (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Allen Hall (3 name matches)
    website=https://www.physicsandastronomy.pitt.edu/
    building=university (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    wikidata=Q4731672
    wikipedia=en:Allen Hall (University of Pittsburgh)

    wikidata match: Q4731672
Allentown (Q4732052)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Allentown is a neighborhood located in southern Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. The zip code used by residents is 15210, and has representation on the Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 3 (Central South Neighborhoods).

  • relation: Allentown (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Allentown (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4732052
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q4732052
  • node: Allentown (OSM) 845 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    ele=272
    name=Allentown (4 name matches)
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4732052
    wikipedia=en:Allentown (Pittsburgh)
    population=2500
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c

    wikidata match: Q4732052
Alumni Hall (Q4737455)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Alumni Hall at the University of Pittsburgh is a Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmark that was formerly known as the Masonic Temple in Pittsburgh. Constructed in 1914-1915, it was designed by renowned architect Benno Janssen of Janssen & Abbot Architects. Other buildings in Pittsburgh's Oakland Cultural District designed by Janssen include the Pittsburgh Athletic Association, Mellon Institute, and Pitt's Eberly Hall (which was known as Alumni Hall prior to 1998).

  • way: Alumni Hall (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Alumni Hall (2 name matches)
    building=university (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    wikidata=Q4737455
    architect=Benno Janssen
    wikipedia=en:Alumni Hall (University of Pittsburgh)

    wikidata match: Q4737455
Andy Warhol Bridge (Q4761451)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Andy Warhol Bridge, also known as the Seventh Street Bridge, spans the Allegheny River in Downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and is the only bridge in the United States named for a visual artist. It was opened at a cost of $1.5 million on June 17, 1926 in a ceremony attended by 2,000.

  • way: Andy Warhol Bridge (OSM) 7 feet from Wikidata [show tags]
    lcn=yes
    name=Andy Warhol Bridge
    lanes=4
    layer=1
    bridge=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    highway=tertiary
    surface=concrete
    old_name=7th Street Bridge
    ref:nrhp=86000018
    wikidata=Q4761451
    wikipedia=en:Andy Warhol Bridge
    bridge:structure=suspension (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q4761451
Arlington (Q4792269)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Arlington is a neighborhood in southern Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The zip code used by residents is 15210, and the neighborhood has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 3 (Central South Neighborhoods). The Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire houses 22 engine in Arlington. The city has discussed the possibility of closing 22 engine completely. 22 engine is a vital key to second and third alarm firefighting in the city.

  • relation: Arlington (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Arlington (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4792269
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q4792269
  • node: Arlington (OSM) 86 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    ele=338
    name=Arlington (4 name matches)
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4792269
    wikipedia=en:Arlington (Pittsburgh)
    population=1869
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c

    wikidata match: Q4792269
Arlington Heights (Q4792327)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Arlington Heights is a neighborhood in the southern portion of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The zip code used by residents is 15210, and this neighborhood is represented on the Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 3 (Central South Neighborhoods). This neighborhood is home to five government housing projects.

  • relation: Arlington Heights (OSM) 1,706 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Arlington Heights (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4792327
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q4792327
  • node: Arlington Heights (OSM) 0.55 miles from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=Arlington Heights (4 name matches)
Arsenal Junior High School (Q4796402)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Arsenal Middle School (previously Arsenal Junior High School) in the Lower Lawrenceville neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was built in 1932, with a wing for elementary students added in 1939. The school was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.

  • way: Arsenal Junior High School (OSM) 74 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    ele=233
    name=Arsenal Junior High School (3 name matches)
    image=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Arsenal_Junior_High_School.jpg
    amenity=school (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    heritage=yes
    historic=building
    wikidata=Q4796402
    wikipedia=en:Arsenal Junior High School

    wikidata match: Q4796402
August Wilson Center for African American Culture (Q4820851)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

August Wilson Cultural Center is a U.S. nonprofit arts organization based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania that presents performing and visual arts programs that celebrate the contributions of African Americans not only in Western Pennsylvania, but nationally and internationally.

  • way: August Wilson Center for African American Culture (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    fax=+1-412-258-2701
    name=August Wilson Center for African American Culture (4 name matches)
    phone=+1-412-258-2700
    amenity=arts_centre
    website=http://www.augustwilsoncenter.org/
    building=civic (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4820851
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:August Wilson Center for African American Culture
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=Liberty Avenue
    addr:country=US
    addr:postcode=15222
    opening_hours=Tu-Sa 11:00-18:00
    addr:housenumber=980

    wikidata match: Q4820851
B. F. Jones House (Q4833978)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The B. F. Jones House at 808 Ridge Avenue in the Allegheny West neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was built from 1908 to 1910. When it was completed, it had 42 rooms and cost $375,000 to build. It was once the home of Benjamin Franklin Jones Jr., the son of Benjamin Franklin Jones, a founder of the Jones and Laughlin Steel Company. It is currently Jones Hall of the Community College of Allegheny County.

  • way: Jones Hall (OSM) exact location address match [show tags]
    name=Jones Hall
    building=university (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4833978
    addr:street=Ridge Avenue
    addr:housenumber=808

    wikidata match: Q4833978
Bakery Square (Q4849332)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Bakery Square is an open-air shopping and office development in the Pittsburgh neighborhood of Larimer, adjacent to the neighborhoods of Shadyside and East Liberty in the city's East End. Bakery Square is located on 5.1 acres along Penn Avenue.

  • way: Bakery Square (OSM) exact location identifier match name match [show tags]
    name=Bakery Square (6 name matches)
    landuse=commercial (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=http://bakery-square.com/
    wikidata=Q4849332
    wikipedia=en:Bakery Square

    wikidata match: Q4849332
Banksville (Q4856791)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Banksville is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (20th ward). The neighborhood of Banksville is located in the western part of the city and borders the South Hills region. Real estate agencies frequently refer to the Banksville area as Greentree City due to Banksville's shared border with the borough of Green Tree. It has two zip codes of both 15220 and 15216, and has representation in Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 2 (West Neighborhoods). Theresa Kail-Smith is the current Councilperson for district two. Banksville's primary corridor, Banksville Road, is frequently used as a gateway between the South Hills of Pittsburgh and downtown Pittsburgh via the Fort Pitt Tunnels. Banksville, formerly Union Township, joined the City of Pittsburgh around 1928.

  • relation: Banksville (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Banksville (6 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4856791
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q4856791
  • node: Banksville (OSM) 642 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=316
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Banksville (6 name matches)
Barco Law Building (Q4859987)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Barco Law Building is an academic building housing the University of Pittsburgh School of Law on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. The $8.5 million ($39.6 million today) six-story building was opened in January 1976 and dedicated on May 1, 1976. The Barco Law Building was designed by the architectural firm of Johnstone, Newcomer and Valentour and is a classic example of brutalist architecture.

  • way: Barco Law Building (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Barco Law Building (5 name matches)
    alt_name=University of Pittsburgh School of Law
    building=university (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:Barco Law Building
    wikidata=Q4859987

    wikidata match: Q4859987
Baxter High School (Q4873849)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Baxter High School is a historic high school building in the Homewood North neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Built in 1908, is now home to the Pittsburgh Student Achievement Center, an alternative school for grades 6-12. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.

  • node: Student Achievement Center (OSM) 199 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    ele=292
    name=Student Achievement Center (1 name matches)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    addr:state=PA
    wikidata=Q4873849

    wikidata match: Q4873849
Beechview (Q4879670)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Beechview is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's southwestern side. It has a zip code of 15216, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by both the council member for District 4 (South Neighborhoods) and for District 2 (West Neighborhoods). Beechview was founded in 1905 after the introduction of a comprehensive light rail transit system. It is Pittsburgh Fire Bureau Zone 4-10 and houses Engine Company #28. It is located in Zone 6 for Pittsburgh Police. While Beechview took an economic downturn in the late 20th century, its proximity to downtown Pittsburgh, convenient access to trolley transit, sweeping vistas and new businesses have allowed Beechview to stabilize economically.

  • relation: Beechview (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Beechview (6 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4879670
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q4879670
  • node: Beechview (OSM) 1,711 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=351
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Beechview (6 name matches)
Beechwood Elementary School (Q4879687)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Beechwood Elementary School is a midsized, urban, public school located in the Beechview neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The building was built in 1908. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986. The school provides taxpayer funded preschool through 5th grade in 2011. Students who qualify for free or reduced lunch: 63.66%. Enrollment was 333 in 2018. The school is part of the Pittsburgh School District.

  • way: Beechwood Elementary School (OSM) 17 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    ele=361
    name=Beechwood Elementary School (5 name matches)
    amenity=school (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=school
    wikidata=Q4879687

    wikidata match: Q4879687
Belasco (Q4881978)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Belasco is a station on the Port Authority of Allegheny County's light rail network, located in the Beechview neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The street level stop is located on a small island platform in the middle of Broadway Avenue, through which The T travels along former streetcar tracks. The station serves a densely populated residential area through which bus service is limited because of the hilly terrain.

  • node: Belasco (OSM) 11 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Belasco (3 name matches)
    railway=tram_stop
    wikidata=Q4881978
    wikipedia=en:Belasco (PAT station)
    wheelchair=no

    wikidata match: Q4881978
Bell Telephone Building (Q4883271)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Bell Telephone Building is a 339-foot (103 m) art deco skyscraper in Downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was completed in 1923 and has 20 floors. It is the 22nd-tallest building in the city.

  • way: Verizon Building (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Verizon Building
    height=103
    alt_name=Bell Telephone Building (3 name matches)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4883271
    wikipedia=en:Bell Telephone Building (Pittsburgh)
    addr:street=Seventh Avenue
    building:levels=20
    addr:housenumber=416

    wikidata match: Q4883271
Bell Telephone Company of Pennsylvania Western Headquarters Building (Q4883274)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Bell Telephone Company of Pennsylvania Western Headquarters Building (also known as the Verizon Building) is a structure at 201 Stanwix Street in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The 12-story building, which was built between 1956 and 1957. In 1985 it was utilized for office space, corporate television & fiber optic teleconferencing facilities for intra-organization, face-to-face meetings. An historic #5ESS cutover in 1986 was covered by the news crew here marking the entrance into the digital age of telecommunications for an antiquated landline infrastructure in the United States. Converted to luxury rental apartments in 2012. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on December 15, 2011.

  • way: Bell Telephone Company of Pennsylvania Western Headquarters Building (OSM) exact location name match address match [show tags]
    name=Bell Telephone Company of Pennsylvania Western Headquarters Building (4 name matches)
    website=http://201stanwix.com/
    alt_name=Verizon Building (1 name matches)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4883274
    wikipedia=en:Bell Telephone Company of Pennsylvania Western Headquarters Building
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=Stanwix Street
    addr:housenumber=201

    wikidata match: Q4883274
  • way: CityHigh (OSM) exact location address match [show tags]
    name=CityHigh
    name:en=City Charter High School
    building=school (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=Stanwix Street
    description=nA Technology Charter High School located in the city.
    addr:postcode=15222
    building:levels=5
    addr:housenumber=201
Century Building (Q5063136)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Century Building located in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Cultural District, was built as an office building in 1907 by the Century Land Company. This twelve-story building currently houses a restaurant, two floors of offices and 60 units of mixed-income housing. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2008.

  • way: Century Building (house name: Century Building) (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Century Building (6 name matches)
    website=http://www.centuryon7th.com/
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:Century Building (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
    addr:state=PA
    addr:postcode=15222
    addr:housename=Century Building (6 name matches)
    addr:housenumber=130
    wikidata=Q5063136

    wikidata match: Q5063136
Concord Elementary School (Q5158791)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Concord Elementary School located at 2340 Brownsville Road in the Carrick neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was built in 1939. It was designed by Marion M. Steen (1886–1966) in Georgian Revival and Moderne style. It was added to the List of Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmarks in 2001, and the List of City of Pittsburgh historic designations on November 30, 1999.

  • relation: Concord Elementary School (OSM) 158 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    ele=360
    name=Concord Elementary School (4 name matches)
    amenity=school
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5158791

    wikidata match: Q5158791
Crafton Heights (Q5180554)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Crafton Heights is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Its name is derived from the neighboring borough, Crafton Borough, and the majority of today's community was annexed to the City of Pittsburgh in 1921. Crafton Heights is located west of downtown Pittsburgh, and is surrounded by Elliot, Sheraden, and Westwood.

  • relation: Crafton Heights (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Crafton Heights (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5180554
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q5180554
  • node: Crafton Heights (OSM) 313 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=Crafton Heights (4 name matches)
David L. Lawrence Convention Center (Q5236224)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The David L. Lawrence Convention Center (DLLCC) is a 1,500,000-square-foot (140,000 m2) convention, conference and exhibition building in downtown Pittsburgh in the U.S. commonwealth of Pennsylvania. It is served by two exits on Interstate 579. The initial David L. Lawrence Convention Center was completed on the site on February 7, 1981, but as part of a renewal plan the new, completely redesigned center was opened in 2003 and funded in conjunction with nearby Heinz Field and PNC Park. It sits on the southern shoreline of the Allegheny River. It is the first LEED-certified convention center in North America and one of the first in the world. It is owned by the Sports & Exhibition Authority of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County.

  • way: David L. Lawrence Convention Center (house name: David L. Lawrence Convention Center) (OSM) exact location identifier match name match [show tags]
    ele=225
    name=David L. Lawrence Convention Center (8 name matches)
    website=http://www.pittsburghcc.com/
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5236224
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:David L. Lawrence Convention Center
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=Fort Duquesne Boulevard
    addr:postcode=15222
    addr:housename=David L. Lawrence Convention Center (8 name matches)
    addr:housenumber=1000

    wikidata match: Q5236224
David Lawrence Hall (Q5236375)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

David Lawrence Hall is a major academic building at the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States, where it serves as the school's largest lecture hall and auditorium facility.

  • way: David Lawrence Hall (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=David Lawrence Hall (6 name matches)
    building=university (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    wikidata=Q5236375
    wikipedia=en:David Lawrence Hall

    wikidata match: Q5236375
Denise (Q5257609)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Denise is a station on the Overbrook branch of the Port Authority of Allegheny County's light rail network. It is located in the Carrick neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The station features no parking or connecting bus routes but instead serves a (somewhat blighted) commercial corridor along Saw Mill Run Blvd and a slopeside residential area which extends from the west side of the station.

  • node: Denise (OSM) 16 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    wikidata=Q5257609
    operator=Port Authority of Allegheny County
    name=Denise (4 name matches)
    network=PAT
    railway=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    public_transport=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wheelchair=yes

    wikidata match: Q5257609
Duquesne Heights (Q5316087)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Duquesne Heights ( dew-KAYN) is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's south city area. It has a zip code of 15211, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 2 (West and Southwest Neighborhoods).

  • relation: Duquesne Heights (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Duquesne Heights (6 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5316087
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q5316087
  • node: Duquesne Heights (OSM) 1,535 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=344
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Duquesne Heights (6 name matches)
EQT Plaza (Q5323988)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

EQT Plaza, formerly known as the CNG Tower and later the Dominion Tower, is a major and distinctive skyscraper in Downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The structure was built for Consolidated Natural Gas, a regional energy company. In 1999, CNG was purchased by Dominion Energy, which moved out of the building in 2007. During the summer of 2009, EQT Corporation moved its corporate headquarters and several business units from the 6-story building EQT had built and moved into in 2005, just across the Allegheny River in the North Shore neighborhood of the city.

  • way: EQT Plaza (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=EQT Plaza (5 name matches)
    height=131
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5323988
    wikipedia=en:EQT Plaza
    start_date=1987
    addr:street=Liberty Avenue
    building:levels=32
    addr:housenumber=625

    wikidata match: Q5323988
East Allegheny (Q5327683)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

East Allegheny, also known as Deutschtown, is a neighborhood on Pittsburgh's North Side. It has a ZIP Code of 15212, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 1 (North Central Neighborhoods). The Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire houses 32 Engine and 32 Truck in Deutschtown.

  • relation: East Allegheny (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=East Allegheny (5 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5327683
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q5327683
  • node: East Allegheny (OSM) 1,050 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=268
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=East Allegheny (5 name matches)
East Carnegie (Q5328010)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

East Carnegie is a neighborhood located southwest of downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania adjacent to the neighborhood of Oakwood. It is a “natural area” with large tracts of wooded land.

  • relation: East Carnegie (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=East Carnegie (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5328010
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q5328010
  • node: East Carnegie (OSM) 2,629 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=237
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=East Carnegie (4 name matches)
East Hills (Q5328610)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

East Hills is a neighborhood in the east side of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Its ZIP Code is 15221. It has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 9 (north north-east neighborhoods).

  • relation: East Hills (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=East Hills (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5328610
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q5328610
  • node: East Hills (OSM) 406 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=East Hills (4 name matches)
East Liberty (Q5328829)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

East Liberty is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's East End. It is bordered by Highland Park, Morningside, Stanton Heights, Garfield, Friendship, Shadyside and Larimer, and is represented on Pittsburgh City Council by Councilwoman Deborah Gross and Rev. Ricky Burgess. One of the most notable features in the East Liberty skyline is the East Liberty Presbyterian Church, which is an area landmark.

  • relation: East Liberty (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=East Liberty (5 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5328829
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q5328829
  • node: East Liberty (OSM) 37 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=280
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=East Liberty (5 name matches)
Allegheny General Hospital Emergency heliport (Q61712641)
  • way: Allegheny General Hospital Helipad (OSM) 60 feet from Wikidata identifier match [show tags]
    faa=42PN
    name=Allegheny General Hospital Helipad
    aeroway=helipad (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    surface=concrete
    wikidata=Q61712641

    wikidata match: Q61712641
Pittsburgh Children's Hospital heliport (Q61712645)
  • way: Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Heliport (OSM) 18 feet from Wikidata identifier match name match [show tags]
    ref=30PN
    area=yes
    name=Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Heliport (2 name matches)
    source=ourairports.com
    aeroway=helipad (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q61712645
    maxweight=15000 lb
    maxrotordiameter=60'

    wikidata match: Q61712645
University Of Pittsburgh Med Center Mercy heliport (Q61712650)
  • way: Mercy Hospital Heliport (OSM) 61 feet from Wikidata identifier match [show tags]
    ref=PN23
    name=Mercy Hospital Heliport
    source=ourairports.com;Bing
    aeroway=helipad (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q61712650

    wikidata match: Q61712650
UPMC St. Margaret heliport (Q61712651)
  • way: UPMC Saint Margaret Heliport (OSM) exact location identifier match name match [show tags]
    faa=46PA
    name=UPMC Saint Margaret Heliport (1 name matches)
    aeroway=helipad (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    surface=concrete
    wikidata=Q61712651

    wikidata match: Q61712651
West Penn Hospital heliport (Q61712653)
  • way: West Penn Hospital Heliport (OSM) exact location identifier match name match [show tags]
    faa=PN80
    name=West Penn Hospital Heliport (2 name matches)
    aeroway=helipad (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    rooftop=yes
    surface=concrete
    wikidata=Q61712653
    gnis:feature_id=1213778

    wikidata match: Q61712653
Wpxi-tv Evergreen Road heliport (Q61712654)
  • way: Wpxi-Tv Evergreen Road Heliport (OSM) 132 feet from Wikidata identifier match name match [show tags]
    ref=PA63
    name=Wpxi-Tv Evergreen Road Heliport (2 name matches)
    source=ourairports.com
    aeroway=helipad (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q61712654

    wikidata match: Q61712654
Idlewood (Q62513916)
  • node: Idlewood (OSM) 27 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Idlewood (1 name matches)
    amenity=bus_station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q62513916

    wikidata match: Q62513916
Buhl Building (Q4986309)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Buhl Building is a historic commercial building in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Built in 1913 in the Italianate style, the building is faced with multi-colored terra cotta tiles.

  • way: Buhl Building (house name: Buhl Building) (OSM) 8 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Buhl Building (5 name matches)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4986309
    wikipedia=en:Buhl Building (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
    addr:street=Fifth Avenue
    addr:housename=Buhl Building (5 name matches)
    addr:housenumber=204

    wikidata match: Q4986309
Burke Building (Q4998927)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Burke Building in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is a building from 1836. It was Pittsburgh's first major office building and a major anchor of the city's financial district centered on Fourth Avenue. Since the 1845 Great Fire burned over a thousand buildings, it is the city's only remaining large Greek Revival building. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.

  • way: Burke Building (house name: Burke Building) (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Burke Building (6 name matches)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q4998927
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:Burke Building
    addr:state=PA
    start_date=1836
    addr:street=Fourth Avenue
    addr:postcode=15222
    addr:housename=Burke Building (6 name matches)
    building:levels=3
    addr:housenumber=209, 211

    wikidata match: Q4998927
Byham Theater (Q5004095)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Byham Theater is a landmark building at 101 Sixth Street in the Cultural District of Downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Originally built in 1903 as The Gayety Theater, the former vaudeville house was renovated and reopened as The Byham Theater in 1990.

  • node: Byham Theater (OSM) 21 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Byham Theater (8 name matches)
    amenity=theatre (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=http://www.trustarts.org/visit/facilities/byham/
    wikidata=Q5004095
    wheelchair=yes

    wikidata match: Q5004095
California-Kirkbride (Q5020183)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

California-Kirkbride is a neighborhood on Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's North Side.

  • relation: California-Kirkbride (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=California-Kirkbride (5 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5020183
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q5020183
  • node: California Kirkbride (OSM) 811 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=288
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=California Kirkbride (5 name matches)
Calvary Catholic Cemetery (Q5024153)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Calvary Catholic Cemetery is located at 718 Hazelwood Avenue in the Greenfield and Hazelwood neighborhoods of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.

  • way: Calvary Cemetery (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    ele=369
    name=Calvary Cemetery (3 name matches)
    amenity=grave_yard (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    landuse=cemetery (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5024153

    wikidata match: Q5024153
Calvary Episcopal Church (Q5024179)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Calvary Episcopal Church is a parish of the Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, that was founded in 1855.

  • way: Calvary Episcopal Church (OSM) 74 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    fax=+1-412-661-6077
    name=Calvary Episcopal Church (5 name matches)
    phone=+1-412-661-0120
    amenity=place_of_worship (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=https://www.calvarypgh.org/
    building=church (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    religion=christian (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5024179
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=Shady Avenue
    addr:country=US
    denomination=anglican
    addr:postcode=15206
    addr:housenumber=315

    wikidata match: Q5024179
Carnegie Free Library of Allegheny (Q5043895)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Carnegie Free Library of Allegheny is situated in the Allegheny Center neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Donated to the public by entrepreneur Andrew Carnegie, it was built from 1886 to 1890 on a design by John L. Smithmeyer and Paul J. Pelz.

  • way: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh-Allegheny (OSM) 1,564 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh-Allegheny (1 name matches)
    amenity=library (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5043895

    wikidata match: Q5043895
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (Q5043945)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh is the public library system in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Its main branch is located in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, and it has 19 branch locations throughout the city. Like hundreds of other Carnegie libraries, the construction of the main library, which opened in 1895, and several neighborhood branches, was funded by industrialist Andrew Carnegie. The Pittsburgh area holds the distinction of housing the first branches in the United States.

  • way: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (OSM) exact location identifier match name match [show tags]
    name=Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (8 name matches)
    amenity=library (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=https://www.carnegielibrary.org/
    building=yes
    wikidata=Q5043945
    wikipedia=en:Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

    wikidata match: Q5043945
Carnegie Mellon College of Fine Arts (Q5043948)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The College of Fine Arts at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania oversees the Schools of Architecture, Art, Design, Drama, and Music; along with its associated centers, studios, and galleries.

  • way: College of Fine Arts (OSM) 1,224 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    ele=296
    name=College of Fine Arts (3 name matches)
    building=university
    addr:street=Frew Street
    addr:housenumber=4914
    wikidata=Q5043948

    wikidata match: Q5043948
Carrick (Q5046135)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Carrick is a south neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in the United States. It is served by two zip codes, 15210 and 15227, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 4 (South Neighborhoods) with a part in District 3.

  • relation: Carrick (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Carrick (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5046135
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q5046135
  • node: Carrick (OSM) 1,244 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=331
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Carrick (4 name matches)
Carrick High School (Q5046142)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Carrick High School is a public school in the Carrick neighborhood of Pittsburgh.

  • relation: Carrick High School (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    ele=374
    name=Carrick High School (4 name matches)
    amenity=school (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=school
    wikidata=Q5046142

    wikidata match: Q5046142
Castle Shannon Incline (Q5050292)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Castle Shannon Incline was a funicular railroad in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was originally part of the Pittsburgh and Castle Shannon Railroad route to the suburb of Castle Shannon. It replaced an earlier incline dating to 1825 that brought coal down from a mine in Mount Washington. Initially opened on 26 August 1890, the incline operated for only a few days before breaking down, the original machinery being unable to bear the strain of the large freight and passenger cars. After a second abortive run in October, it was decided that the machinery had to be replaced. The refitted incline opened on 7 March 1891. It ran from Bailey Avenue west of Haberman Avenue down to Carson Street just west of Arlington Avenue.

  • way: Castle Shannon Incline (OSM) 41 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Castle Shannon Incline (5 name matches)
    railway=abandoned (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    service=abandoned_funicular
    old_railway_operator=Pittsburgh and Castle Shannon Railroad
    wikipedia=en:Castle Shannon Incline
    wikidata=Q5050292

    wikidata match: Q5050292
Cathedral of Hope (Q5052317)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

East Liberty Presbyterian Church, sometimes referred to as the Cathedral of Hope, is in the East Liberty neighborhood of the East End of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. The current building is the fifth church building to occupy the site; the first was in 1819.

  • way: East Liberty Presbyterian Church (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    ele=277
    name=East Liberty Presbyterian Church (2 name matches)
    amenity=place_of_worship (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    religion=christian (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5052317
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    addr:state=PA
    wheelchair=yes
    addr:street=South Highland Avenue
    addr:country=US
    denomination=presbyterian
    addr:postcode=15206
    addr:housenumber=116

    wikidata match: Q5052317
Central Catholic High School (Q5060527)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Central Catholic High School is a private, Roman Catholic, Lasallian, all-boys college preparatory school in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. It is a part of the Diocese of Pittsburgh and is administered and partially staffed by the Brothers of the Christian Schools.

  • way: Central Catholic High School (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Central Catholic High School (4 name matches)
    amenity=school (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5060527
    wikipedia=en:Central Catholic High School (Pittsburgh)

    wikidata match: Q5060527
Central Lawrenceville (Q5061343)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Central Lawrenceville is a neighborhood in the northeast of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in the United States. It has a zip code of 15201, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 7 (North Central East Neighborhoods). It is home to Allegheny Cemetery. Central Lawrenceville is the home of the Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire's 6 Engine and 6 Truck.

  • relation: Central Lawrenceville (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Central Lawrenceville (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
  • node: Central Lawrenceville (OSM) 1,883 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Central Lawrenceville (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5061343

    wikidata match: Q5061343
Central Northside (Q5061526)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Central Northside is a neighborhood in the North Side of the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. It has a zip code of 15212, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 6 (Downtown/Northshore Neighborhoods). Originally known as "The Buena Vista Tract", it is densely filled with restored row houses, community gardens and tree lined streets and alleyways.

  • relation: Central Northside (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Central Northside (5 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5061526
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q5061526
  • node: Central Northside (OSM) 1,263 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    ele=245
    name=Central Northside (5 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5061526
    wikipedia=en:Central North Side (Pittsburgh)
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c

    wikidata match: Q5061526
Centre City Tower (Q5062247)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Centre City Tower (also spelled Center City Tower) is a 341-foot (104 m) tall skyscraper in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It contains 26 floors, and stands as the 20th-tallest building in the city. Centre City Tower was constructed in 1971, and was later renovated in 2002. The entire building contains Class B office space, and is an example of modern architecture. Signage for Huntington Bank, the building's major tenant, adorns the outside of the structure.

  • way: Centre City Tower (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Centre City Tower (4 name matches)
    height=104
    building=commercial (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5062247
    wikipedia=en:Centre City Tower (Pittsburgh)
    start_date=1971
    addr:street=Smithfield Street
    building:levels=26
    addr:housenumber=650

    wikidata match: Q5062247
Chalfant Hall (Q5068727)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Chalfant Hall of the Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC), located at 915 Ridge Avenue in the Allegheny West neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was built circa 1900. It was the former house of Henry Chalfant (1867-1928), who graduated from Harvard in 1899 and succeeded his father in the firm of Spang, Chalfant & Co. The house was added to the List of Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmarks in 1981.

  • way: 915 Ridge Avenue (OSM) exact location address match [show tags]
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5068727
    addr:street=Ridge Avenue
    addr:housenumber=915

    wikidata match: Q5068727
Chartiers (Q5086908)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Chartiers (sometimes called Chartiers City) is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's west area. It has a zip code of 15204, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 2 (West Neighborhoods). The neighborhood was named after Peter Chartier, a trapper of French and Native American parentage who established a trading post at the mouth of Chartiers Creek in 1743.

  • relation: Chartiers City (OSM) 0.85 miles from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Chartiers City (5 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5086908
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q5086908
  • node: Chartiers (OSM) 1.15 miles from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=239
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Chartiers (5 name matches)
Chateau (Q5087515)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Chateau is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's North Side area. It has a zip code of 15233, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 6 (North Shore/Downtown Neighborhoods). It is on the banks of the Ohio River and is separated from the neighborhood of Manchester by PA Route 65.

  • relation: Chateau (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Chateau (6 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5087515
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q5087515
  • node: Chateau (OSM) 2,595 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=Chateau (6 name matches)
Eberhardt and Ober Brewery (Q5331812)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Eberhardt and Ober Brewery in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is a building from 1883. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987. It is now part of the Penn Brewery complex. It was designed by Joseph Stillburg.

  • way: Penn Brewery (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Penn Brewery (1 name matches)
    craft=brewery (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    phone=+1 412 237 9400
    website=https://www.pennbrew.com/
    building=yes
    wikidata=Q15265889
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:Penn Brewery
    addr:street=Vinial Street
    addr:postcode=15212
    addr:housenumber=800

    wikidata mismatch: Q15265889
Frick Park (Q5503392)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Frick Park is the largest municipal park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, covering 644 acres (2.61 km2). It is one of Pittsburgh's four historic large parks.

  • way: Frick Park (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Frick Park (5 name matches)
    leisure=park (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5503392
    wikipedia=en:Frick Park

    wikidata match: Q5503392
Friendship (Q5504371)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Friendship is a neighborhood of large Victorian houses in the East End of the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States, about four miles (6 km) east of Pittsburgh's Golden Triangle. Friendship is bordered on the north by Garfield (at Penn Avenue), on the east by East Liberty (at Negley Avenue), and on the south by Shadyside (at Centre Avenue), and on the west by Bloomfield (at either Graham St, according to the City of Pittsburgh, or at Gross Street, according to the Friendship Community Group). It is divided into 3 Pittsburgh City Council districts (7, 8, & 9).

  • relation: Friendship (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Friendship (8 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5504371
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q5504371
  • node: Friendship (OSM) 12 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    ele=296
    name=Friendship (8 name matches)
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5504371
    wikipedia=en:Friendship (Pittsburgh)
    population=1785
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c

    wikidata match: Q5504371
Fulton Elementary School (Q5508425)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Fulton Elementary School (also known as Fulton Academy, and Pittsburgh Fulton PreK-5) in the Highland Park neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was built in 1894, and later added to in 1929. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.

  • way: Fulton Elementary School (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Fulton Elementary School (5 name matches)
    phone=+1-412-529-4600
    amenity=school (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    max_age=11
    min_age=5
    website=http://discoverpps.org/
    wikidata=Q5508425

    wikidata match: Q5508425
Garden Theatre (Q5522335)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Garden Theater (or Garden Theatre) is a 1,000-seat theater that was built in 1915 at 12 West North Avenue in the Central Northside neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. Formerly a movie theater, it closed in 2007 and has not been in use much since that time, except for a scene in the movie adaptation of One for the Money starring Katherine Heigl filmed in July 2010. The city of Pittsburgh hopes to revitalize the theater, and it was placed on the List of City of Pittsburgh historic designations by Pittsburgh City Council on March 25, 2008.

  • way: Garden Theater (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Garden Theater (11 name matches)
    amenity=theatre
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5522335

    wikidata match: Q5522335
Gardner Steel Conference Center (Q5522618)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Gardner Steel Conference Center (GSCC) is an academic building of the University of Pittsburgh and a contributing property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District and a Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmark.

  • way: Gardner Steel Conference Center (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Gardner Steel Conference Center (3 name matches)
    alt_name=Gardner Steele Conference Center
    building=university (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    wikidata=Q5522618
    architect=Kiehnel & Elliott
    wikipedia=en:Gardner Steel Conference Center

    wikidata match: Q5522618
Garfield (Q5523043)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Garfield is a neighborhood in the East End of the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Garfield is bordered on the South by Bloomfield and Friendship (at Penn Avenue), on the West by the Allegheny Cemetery (at Mathilda Street), on the North by Stanton Heights (at Mossfield Street), and on the East by East Liberty (at Negley Avenue). Like many parts of Pittsburgh, Garfield is a fairly steep neighborhood, with north-south residential streets running at about a 20% incline from Penn Avenue at the bottom to Mossfield Street at the top. Garfield is divided into “the valley” and “the hilltop.”

  • relation: Garfield (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Garfield (6 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5523043
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q5523043
  • node: Garfield (OSM) 84 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    ele=340
    name=Garfield (6 name matches)
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5523043
    wikipedia=en:Garfield (Pittsburgh)
    population=3675
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c

    wikidata match: Q5523043
Gateway (Q5527213)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Gateway is a station on the Port Authority of Allegheny County's Pittsburgh Light Rail network, and until October 30, 2009 it was the "T" system's westernmost extent within downtown Pittsburgh. The Port Authority closed Gateway Center as part of construction work on the North Shore Connector project, and a new station opened in 2012 (though its name was truncated from "Gateway Center" to simply "Gateway"). The former station entrance was demolished and a new station was built. Gateway Station and North Side station lie at the southern and northern ends of the Allegheny River Tunnel, respectively.

  • way: Gateway Station (OSM) 305 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Gateway Station (3 name matches)
    network=PAT
    railway=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=train_station
    old_name=Gateway Center (1 name matches)
    operator=Port Authority of Allegheny County
    wikidata=Q5527213
    wikipedia=en:Gateway (PAT station)
    wheelchair=yes
    building:levels=1
    public_transport=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q5527213
Gateway Towers (Q5527303)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Gateway Towers is a 27-story residential skyscraper near Point State Park in Downtown Pittsburgh. Constructed in 1964, it was built as a luxury apartment building. During 1979-1980, it was converted to luxury condominiums by Commonwealth Fort. By 1987, 94 remaining units were sold by auction.

  • way: Gateway Towers (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Gateway Towers (5 name matches)
    website=http://gatewaytowerspittsburgh.com/
    building=apartments (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5527303
    wikipedia=en:Gateway Towers
    addr:street=Fort Duquesne Boulevard
    building:levels=27
    addr:housenumber=320

    wikidata match: Q5527303
Glen Hazel (Q5567802)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Glen Hazel is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's east city area. It has both zip codes of 15207 and 15217, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by Corey O'Connor.

  • relation: Glen Hazel (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Glen Hazel (6 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5567802
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q5567802
  • node: Glen Hazel (OSM) 624 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=324
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Glen Hazel (6 name matches)
Glenwood B&O Railroad Bridge (Q5569454)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Glenwood B&O Railroad Bridge is a truss bridge in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, which carries Allegheny Valley Railroad's W&P Subdivision over the Monongahela River.

  • way: Glenwood B&O Railroad Bridge (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Glenwood B&O Railroad Bridge (5 name matches)
    layer=3
    man_made=bridge (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5569454

    wikidata match: Q5569454
Glenwood Bridge (Q5569455)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Glenwood Bridge is a cantilever bridge in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, which carries Pennsylvania Route 885 over the Monongahela River. It started construction on June 3, 1958 and was completed in 1966 to replace an old decayed unsafe iron bridge built in 1894 which carried Pittsburgh Railways streetcar tracks and vehicle traffic on a wooden deck.

  • way: Glenwood Bridge (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Glenwood Bridge (6 name matches)
    layer=3
    man_made=bridge (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5569455

    wikidata match: Q5569455
Emerald View Park (Q5595238)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Emerald View Park (formerly called Grand View Scenic Byway Park) is a large municipal park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It encircles the neighborhoods of Mt. Washington, Duquesne Heights and Allentown and offers scenic views of the city that draw more than 1 million visitors annually.

  • relation: Emerald View Park (OSM) exact location identifier match name match [show tags]
    ele=363
    name=Emerald View Park (5 name matches)
    leisure=park (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=https://mwcdc.org/park/
    wikidata=Q5595238

    wikidata match: Q5595238
Grant Building (Q5596127)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Grant Building is 40-story, 147.8 m (485 ft) skyscraper at 310 Grant Street in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The building was completed and opened on February 1, 1929 at a cost of $5.5 million ($80.3 million today). The Art Deco building's facade is built with Belgian granite, limestone, and brick. It was famous for a radio antenna that rose roughly 100–150 feet (30–46 m) from the roof of the tower and had an aviation beacon that spelled out .--. .. - - ... -... ..- .-. --. .... or P-I-T-T-S-B-U-R-G-H in Morse Code. The beacon could be seen as far away as 150 miles (240 km) on clear nights. A smaller version of the beacon, still flashing out the name of the city remains to this day, although malfunctions with the relay switch caused it to spell "P-I-T-E-T-S-B-K-R-R-H", and eventually "T-P-E-B-T-S-A-U-R-G-H" before being repaired on July 27, 2009.

  • way: Grant Building (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Grant Building (6 name matches)
    height=149
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5596127
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:Grant Building
    start_date=1930
    addr:street=Grant Street
    addr:postcode=15219
    building:levels=40
    addr:housenumber=310-330

    wikidata match: Q5596127
Greenfield (Q5603948)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Greenfield is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. It is represented on Pittsburgh City Council by Corey O'Connor.

  • relation: Greenfield (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Greenfield (7 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5603948
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q5603948
  • node: Greenfield (OSM) 620 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=324
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Greenfield (7 name matches)
Greenfield Elementary School (Q5603957)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Greenfield Elementary School (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) in the Greenfield neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is a building from 1922. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986. Pennsylvania also has an Albert M. Greenfield Elementary School in Philadelphia.

  • node: Greenfield Elementary School (OSM) 140 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    wikidata=Q5603957
    amenity=school (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=Greenfield Elementary School (5 name matches)
    ele=246

    wikidata match: Q5603957
Gulf Tower (Q5617541)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Gulf Tower is a 44-story, 177.4 m (582 ft) Art Deco skyscraper in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The tower is one of the major distinctive and recognizable features of the city and is named for the Gulf Oil Corporation, which was one of the leading multinational oil companies of its time, consistently ranking among the largest 10 corporations in the country. In 1984, Gulf and Chevron took part in the world's largest merger ($13.3 billion or $32.1 billion today) to that time.

  • way: Gulf Tower (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Gulf Tower (9 name matches)
    height=177.5
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5617541
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:Gulf Tower
    start_date=1932
    addr:street=Grant Street
    building:levels=44
    addr:housenumber=707

    wikidata match: Q5617541
Gumberg Library (Q5618069)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Gumberg Library houses the collections at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and comprises more than a half million print volumes.

  • way: Gumberg Library (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    ele=258
    name=Gumberg Library (3 name matches)
    amenity=library (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=yes
    wikidata=Q5618069
    addr:state=PA

    wikidata match: Q5618069
Hays (Q5687177)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Hays is a neighborhood in the 31st Ward of the east side of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is represented on the Pittsburgh City Council by the representative of District 5 (Corey O'Connor). It occupies ZIP codes 15227, 15207, and 15236. It is named after James H. Hays, who opened a coal-mining operation called Hays and Haberman Mines in 1828.

  • relation: Hays (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Hays (8 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5687177
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q5687177
Lincoln–Lemington–Belmar (Q6551310)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Lincoln–Lemington–Belmar is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is located in the northeastern section of the city and spans the Allegheny River. The Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire houses 15 Engine in the Lincoln–Lemington–Belmar section of the city.

  • relation: Lincoln-Lemington-Belmar (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Lincoln-Lemington-Belmar (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q6551310
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q6551310
Overbrook (Q7113565)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Overbrook is a neighborhood on Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's South Hills area. It has zip codes of 15227, 15234 and 15210 and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 4 (South Neighborhoods). Originally called Fairhaven, the name was changed to Overbrook when breaking away from Baldwin Township to become a borough. Overbrook is located at the edge of the city, south of Downtown, and is surrounded by the city neighborhoods Brookline and Carrick and the boroughs of Castle Shannon and Whitehall. Overbrook Borough was one of the last annexed into the City of Pittsburgh. The historic Overbrook Community Center retains its borough origins and is still used by the community.

  • relation: Overbrook (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Overbrook (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7113565
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q7113565
  • node: Overbrook (OSM) 1,208 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=301
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Overbrook (4 name matches)
Phillips Park (Q7185927)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Phillips Park is an urban park in Carrick, a neighborhood of Pittsburgh.

  • way: Phillips Park (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Phillips Park (3 name matches)
    leisure=park (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7185927

    wikidata match: Q7185927
Pittsburgh Athletic Association (Q7199227)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Pittsburgh Athletic Association is a private social club and athletic club in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. Its clubhouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

  • way: Pittsburgh Athletic Association (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Pittsburgh Athletic Association (5 name matches)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7199227

    wikidata match: Q7199227
Point Breeze (Q7207971)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Point Breeze, or South Point Breeze, is a largely residential neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. The community was named after a tavern once located there.

  • relation: Point Breeze South (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Point Breeze South (1 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7207971
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q7207971
  • node: Point Breeze (OSM) 1,839 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    wikidata=Q7207971
    name=Point Breeze (6 name matches)
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=287

    wikidata match: Q7207971
  • node: Point Breeze South (OSM) 2,465 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Point Breeze South (1 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
Primanti Brothers (Q7243049)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Primanti Brothers (, locally ) is a chain of sandwich shops in the eastern United States. Founded in 1933, the chain is known for its signature sandwiches of grilled meat, melted cheese, an oil & vinegar-based coleslaw, tomato slices, and French fries between two thick slices of Italian bread.

  • node: Primanti Bros (OSM) 39 feet from Wikidata identifier match [show tags]
    name=Primanti Bros
    amenity=restaurant (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=https://primantibros.com/
    wikidata=Q7243049
    opening_hours=24/7

    wikidata match: Q7243049
Roberto Clemente Bridge (Q7351643)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Roberto Clemente Bridge, also known as the Sixth Street Bridge, spans the Allegheny River in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States.

  • way: Roberto Clemente Bridge (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Roberto Clemente Bridge (6 name matches)
    layer=1
    man_made=bridge (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7351643

    wikidata match: Q7351643
Schenley Bridge (Q7431172)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Schenley Bridge connects Schenley Plaza to Schenley Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It carries Schenley Drive (between The Carnegie Institute and The Henry Clay Frick Fine Arts Building) over Junction Hollow to Frew Street and Flagstaff Hill.

  • way: Schenley Bridge (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Schenley Bridge (5 name matches)
    layer=1
    man_made=bridge (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    description=Erected in 1897 replacing the 1890 bridge, Schenley Bridge carries Schenley Drive over Junction Hollow, Boundary Street, and CSX/Allegheny Valley Railroad's Pittsburgh & Western Subdivision (former B&O mainline.
    wikidata=Q7431172

    wikidata match: Q7431172
Schenley Park (Q7431177)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Schenley Park () is a large municipal park located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, between the neighborhoods of Oakland, Greenfield, and Squirrel Hill. It is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a historic district. In 2011, the park was named one of "America's Coolest City Parks" by Travel + Leisure.

  • way: Schenley Park (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Schenley Park (5 name matches)
    leisure=park (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7431177
    wikipedia=en:Schenley Park

    wikidata match: Q7431177
Schenley Plaza (Q7431180)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Schenley Plaza is a public park serving as the grand entrance into Schenley Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

  • way: Schenley Plaza (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Schenley Plaza (7 name matches)
    landuse=recreation_ground
    leisure=park (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=https://www.pittsburghparks.org/schenleyplaza
    wikidata=Q7431180
    wikipedia=en:Schenley Plaza

    wikidata match: Q7431180
Schenley Tunnel (Q7431182)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Schenley Tunnel (also known as the Neville Street Tunnel and Pittsburgh Junction Railroad Tunnel) is a railroad tunnel in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. The tunnel runs beneath Neville Street in the city's North Oakland neighborhood; the south portal is at the upper end of Junction Hollow, the north in a ravine that opens into Skunk Hollow, between North Oakland and Bloomfield.

  • way: Schenley Tunnel (OSM) 128 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Schenley Tunnel (5 name matches)
    gauge=1435
    layer=-1
    usage=main
    tunnel=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    railway=rail (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    operator=CSX
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    addr:state=PA
    description=Built by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, currently owned by CSX, and leased by the Allegheny Valley Railroad. Construction started in May 1883, and it opened in December 1884. Amtrak's Capitol Limited also uses the tunnel.
    electrified=no
    old_railway_operator=B&O
    wikidata=Q7431182

    wikidata match: Q7431182
Sheraden (Q7494652)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Sheraden is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in the United States. Nearby neighborhoods include Windgap, Chartiers City, Crafton Heights, Esplen, and Elliott.

  • relation: Sheraden (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Sheraden (6 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7494652
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q7494652
  • node: Sheraden (OSM) 779 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=244
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Sheraden (6 name matches)
Smithfield Street Bridge (Q7545513)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Smithfield Street Bridge is a lenticular truss bridge crossing the Monongahela River in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.

  • way: Smithfield Street Bridge (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Smithfield Street Bridge (8 name matches)
    layer=2
    man_made=bridge (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7545513

    wikidata match: Q7545513
South Bank (Q7566232)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

South Bank is a station on the Overbrook branch of the Port Authority of Allegheny County's light rail network. It is located in the Brookline neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The station is a major transit facility, serving as not only a light rail stop but also as a bus stop along the South Busway, a bus rapid transit route. The station is also designed to serve the crowded and mostly residential community that surrounds the site.

  • node: South Bank (OSM) 24 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    wikidata=Q7566232
    operator=Port Authority of Allegheny County
    name=South Bank (2 name matches)
    network=PAT
    railway=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    public_transport=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wheelchair=yes

    wikidata match: Q7566232
South Hills Junction (Q7567484)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

South Hills Junction is a station on the Port Authority of Allegheny County's light rail network. This station served as the original "merge point" of the inbound Beechview and Overbrook branches of the light rail system, just before the run under Mount Washington through the Mount Washington Transit Tunnel and into downtown Pittsburgh. In 1993 the Overbrook (Blue) Line was shut down for complete reconstruction to serve the modern-day light rail cars. During construction, it was found that a segment of track between the Boggs Ave. stop and South Hills Junction was too narrow for the larger vehicles; this was bypassed with two wide-curved rail ramps built between the Beechview (Red) Line's Palm Garden stop and South Hills Junction where the two branches now merge.

  • node: South Hills Junction (OSM) 39 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=South Hills Junction (5 name matches)
    tram=yes
    network=PAT
    operator=Port Authority of Allegheny County
    public_transport=stop_position (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
  • node: South Hills Junction (OSM) 131 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=South Hills Junction (5 name matches)
    tram=yes
    network=PAT
    operator=Port Authority of Allegheny County
    public_transport=stop_position (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
  • node: South Hills Junction (OSM) 113 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=South Hills Junction (5 name matches)
    tram=yes
    network=PAT
    operator=Port Authority of Allegheny County
    public_transport=stop_position (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
  • node: South Hills Junction (OSM) 24 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=South Hills Junction (5 name matches)
    tram=yes
    network=PAT
    operator=Port Authority of Allegheny County
    public_transport=stop_position (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
  • node: South Hills Junction (OSM) 225 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    bus=yes
    ref=6095
    name=South Hills Junction (5 name matches)
    public_transport=stop_position (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
  • node: South Hills Junction (OSM) 120 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    bus=yes
    ref=19685
    name=South Hills Junction (5 name matches)
    public_transport=stop_position (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
  • node: South Hills Junction (OSM) 30 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    wikidata=Q7567484
    operator=Port Authority of Allegheny County
    name=South Hills Junction (5 name matches)
    network=PAT
    railway=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    public_transport=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wheelchair=yes

    wikidata match: Q7567484
  • node: South Hills Junction (OSM) 424 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=South Hills Junction (5 name matches)
    tram=yes
    network=PAT
    operator=Port Authority of Allegheny County
    public_transport=stop_position (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
  • node: South Hills Junction (OSM) 450 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    bus=yes
    name=South Hills Junction (5 name matches)
    network=PAT
    operator=Port Authority of Allegheny County
    public_transport=stop_position (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
  • node: South Hills Junction (OSM) 399 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=South Hills Junction (5 name matches)
    bench=yes
    highway=bus_stop (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    shelter=yes
    public_transport=platform
South Side Branch of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (Q7568469)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – South Side located at 2205 East Carson Street in the South Side Flats neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was built in 1909. It was designed by the architectural firm Alden & Harlow, and it was added to the List of Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmarks in 1990.

  • way: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh: South Side Branch (OSM) exact location address match [show tags]
    fax=412.431.7968
    name=Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh: South Side Branch
    email=southside@carnegielibrary.org
    phone=412.431.0505
    amenity=library (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=https://www.carnegielibrary.org/locations/southside/
    building=yes
    wikidata=Q7568469
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=East Carson Street
    addr:postcode=15203
    addr:housenumber=2205

    wikidata match: Q7568469
South Side High School (Q7568479)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The South Side High School in the South Side Flats neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is a building from 1897. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.

  • node: South Side High School (OSM) 608 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    amenity=school (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=230
    wikidata=Q7568479
    name=South Side High School (5 name matches)

    wikidata match: Q7568479
South Side Slopes (Q7568496)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

South Side Slopes is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's South Side area. The neighborhood comprises the hills from the South Side Flats neighborhood along the Monongahela River from the Liberty Bridge (west) to beyond Josephine Street (east).

  • relation: South Side Slopes (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=South Side Slopes (6 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7568496
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q7568496
  • node: South Side Slopes (OSM) 0.59 miles from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    ele=242
    name=South Side Slopes (6 name matches)
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7568496
    wikipedia=en:South Side Slopes
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c

    wikidata match: Q7568496
Spring Hill–City View (Q7580601)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Spring Hill is a neighborhood on Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's North Side. Spring Hill was named for the abundance of springs near the site. According to a 1977 Neighborhood Atlas, "Germans immigrated there from 1850 to 1920, giving the neighborhood a Bavarian atmosphere. Local street names include Rhine, Woessner, Haslage, Zoller and Goehring. In 1959 ACTION-Housing opened Spring Hill Gardens, a moderate rent, racially integrated, 209-unit apartment project at Buente and Rhine Streets. Spring Hill Gardens was Pittsburgh's first multi-family housing project backed by the Federal Housing Authority."

  • relation: Spring Hill-City View (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Spring Hill-City View (5 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7580601
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q7580601
  • node: Spring Hill (OSM) 2,268 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    ele=324
    name=Spring Hill (1 name matches)
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
St. Clair (Q7587556)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

St. Clair is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in the United States. The neighborhood was the last remnant of Lower St. Clair Township to be annexed by the City of Pittsburgh in 1920.

  • relation: St. Clair (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=St. Clair (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7587556
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q7587556
  • node: Saint Clair (OSM) 471 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=353
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Saint Clair (4 name matches)
St. John Chrysostom Byzantine Catholic Church (Q7588895)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

St. John Chrysostom Byzantine Catholic Church is a historic Eastern Catholic church in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. It is located in the neighborhood of Four Mile Run, which is an isolated section of Greenfield at the bottom of Junction Hollow. Its address is 506 Saline Street.

  • node: Saint John Chrysostom Byzantine Catholic Church (OSM) 20 feet from Wikidata name match address match [show tags]
    denomination=greek_catholic
    wikipedia=en:St. John Chrysostom Byzantine Catholic Church (Pittsburgh)
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    name=Saint John Chrysostom Byzantine Catholic Church (5 name matches)
    amenity=place_of_worship (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    addr:housenumber=506
    phone=412-421-0243
    religion=christian (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=http://www.sjcbcc.com/
    addr:postcode=15207
    addr:street=Saline Street
    wikidata=Q7588895

    wikidata match: Q7588895
Saint Mary Catholic Cemetery (Q7590475)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Saint Mary Cemetery is a Roman Catholic burial ground located at 45th and Penn Avenues in the Central Lawrenceville neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. It is adjacent (just south) of the city's slightly older and much larger Allegheny Cemetery. A chain-link fence separates the two cemeteries.

  • node: Saint Marys Cemetery (OSM) 252 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    amenity=grave_yard (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=287
    wikidata=Q7590475
    name=Saint Marys Cemetery (6 name matches)

    wikidata match: Q7590475
Stage AE (Q7596774)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Stage AE is a multi-purpose entertainment complex located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It contains an indoor concert hall and an outdoor amphitheatre. It is the second indoor/outdoor concert venue in America. Modeled after its predecessor, Express Live! in Columbus, the venue features state-of-the-art lighting, acoustical systems and an innovative reversible stage. Structurally, it's divided into three independent concert spaces: a music hall, club and outdoor amphitheater.

  • way: Stage AE (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Stage AE (3 name matches)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7596774

    wikidata match: Q7596774
Stanton Heights (Q7600247)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Stanton Heights is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's east city area. It has zip codes of both 15201 and 15206, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 7 (Northeast Central Neighborhoods). Stanton Heights is the home of the Pittsburgh bureau of Fire's 7 Engine and Arson Investigation Unit.

  • relation: Stanton Heights (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Stanton Heights (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7600247
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q7600247
  • node: Stanton Heights (OSM) 693 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=Stanton Heights (4 name matches)
Station Square station (Q7604302)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Station Square is a transit station on the Port Authority of Allegheny County's light rail network. It is the last Transit station on the south side of the Monongahela River.

  • node: Station Square (OSM) 89 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Station Square (4 name matches)
    railway=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wheelchair=yes
    public_transport=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7604302

    wikidata match: Q7604302
Steel Plaza (Q7605695)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Steel Plaza is a station on the Port Authority of Allegheny County's light rail network. The station is located at Grant Street and Oliver Avenue in Downtown Pittsburgh. The station consists of an outbound (southbound) side platform and an inbound island platform, with one track for trains to Wood Street and the other for a disused branch line to Union Station. The station has rights to 4.25 acres underground Mellon Green and is accessible by means of a tunnel that connects BNY Mellon Center and the US Steel Tower.

  • relation: Steel Plaza (OSM) 590 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Steel Plaza (3 name matches)
    railway=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=yes
    wikidata=Q7605695
    max_level=0
    min_level=-2
    building:levels=1
    public_transport=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q7605695
Stephen Foster (Q7609212)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Stephen Foster is a landmark public sculpture in bronze by Giuseppe Moretti formerly located on Schenley Plaza in the Oakland section of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Formerly sited along Forbes Avenue near the entrance of Carnegie Museum of Natural History, in the shadow of Dippy, a life-size sculpture of a Diplodocus dinosaur, and in close proximity to the University of Pittsburgh's Stephen Foster Memorial, the Foster statue is one of the city's best known and most controversial. It was removed on April 26, 2018 on the unanimous vote of the Pittsburgh Art Commission.

  • way: Stephen Foster (OSM) 7 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Stephen Foster (3 name matches)
    tourism=artwork (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7609212
    wikipedia=en:Stephen Foster (sculpture)
    start_date=1900
    artist_name=Giuseppe Moretti
    artwork_type=sculpture (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q7609212
Stephen Foster Memorial (Q7609218)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Stephen Collins Foster Memorial is a performing arts center and museum which houses the Stephen Foster Archives at the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. It is dedicated to the life and works of American songwriter Stephen Foster.

  • node: Stephen Foster Memorial Museum (OSM) 98 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Stephen Foster Memorial Museum (5 name matches)
    tourism=museum (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=http://www.pitt.edu/~amerimus/Museum.html
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    wikidata=Q7609218

    wikidata match: Q7609218
Strip District (Q7624071)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Strip District is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in the United States. It is a one-half square mile area of land northeast of the central business district bordered to the north by the Allegheny River and to the south by portions of the Hill District. The Strip District runs between 11th and 33rd Streets and includes three main thoroughfares — Smallman St., Penn Ave., and Liberty Ave. — as well as various side streets.

  • relation: Pittsburgh (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Pittsburgh (4 name matches)
    is_in=USA, Pennsylvania
    place=city
    name:eo=Picburgo
    name:mi=Pitipāka
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q1342
    wikipedia=en:Pittsburgh
    short_name=PGH
    admin_level=8 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    border_type=city
    is_in:state=Pennsylvania
    is_in:country=USA
    is_in:iso_3166_2=US:PA
    is_in:state_code=PA
    is_in:country_code=US

    wikidata mismatch: Q1342
  • relation: Strip District (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Strip District (7 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7624071
    wikipedia=en:Strip District, Pittsburgh
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q7624071
  • node: Strip District (OSM) 1,921 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=220
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Strip District (7 name matches)
Summer Hill (Q7637336)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Summer Hill is a neighborhood on Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's North Side. It has a zip code of 15214, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 1 (North Neighborhoods).

  • relation: Summer Hill (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Summer Hill (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7637336
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q7637336
  • node: Summer Hill (OSM) 2,489 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    ele=345
    name=Summer Hill (4 name matches)
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    old_name=Harpen Hilltop
    wikidata=Q7637336
    wikipedia=en:Summer Hill (Pittsburgh)
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c

    wikidata match: Q7637336
Swanson School of Engineering (Q7653743)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Swanson School of Engineering is the engineering school of the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1846, The Swanson School of Engineering is the second or third oldest in the United States.

  • way: Benedum Hall (OSM) exact location identifier match [show tags]
    ele=292
    name=Benedum Hall
    website=https://www.engineering.pitt.edu/
    building=university
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    wikidata=Q4887398
    architect=Deeter, Ritchey, and Sippel
    wikipedia=en:Benedum Hall
    addr:state=PA

    wikidata mismatch: Q4887398
  • node: Swanson School of Engineering (OSM) 51 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Swanson School of Engineering (4 name matches)
    amenity=university
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    addr:state=PA
    addr:postcode=15213
    internet_access=yes
    addr:housenumber=3700 O'hara
    wikidata=Q7653743

    wikidata match: Q7653743
Swisshelm Park (Q7659038)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Swisshelm Park is a neighborhood located in the southeast corner of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is represented on Pittsburgh City Council by Corey O'Connor. The Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire houses 19 Engine in Swisshelm Park.

  • relation: Swisshelm Park (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Swisshelm Park (6 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7659038
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q7659038
  • node: Swisshelm Park (OSM) 705 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=278
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Swisshelm Park (6 name matches)
Thackeray Hall (Q7708912)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Thackeray Hall is an academic building of the University of Pittsburgh and a contributing property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District[1][2] at 139 University Place on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States.

  • way: Thackeray Hall (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Thackeray Hall (3 name matches)
    building=university (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    wikidata=Q7708912
    wikipedia=en:Thackeray Hall

    wikidata match: Q7708912
Thaw Hall (Q7711490)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Thaw Hall is a historic academic building on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh that is a contributing property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District and has been named a Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmark. The five story building of stone, brick, and terra cotta was completed in 1910 in the Neoclassical Beaux-Arts style by architect Henry Hornbostel and today serves as space for a variety of academic classrooms, labs, offices, and centers. It is located between, and connected to, the university's Old Engineering Hall and Space Research Coordination Center (SRCC) along O'Hara Street in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh.

  • way: Thaw Hall (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Thaw Hall (3 name matches)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    wikidata=Q7711490

    wikidata match: Q7711490
Three Gateway Center (Q7797491)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Three Gateway Center is a 344 ft (105m) skyscraper in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was completed in 1952 and has 24 floors. It is the 20th tallest building in Pittsburgh.

  • way: Three Gateway Center (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Three Gateway Center (5 name matches)
    office=yes
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7797491

    wikidata match: Q7797491
Tower at PNC Plaza (Q7829752)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Tower at PNC Plaza is a skyscraper in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is the corporate headquarters of the PNC Financial Services Group and has approximately 800,000 square feet (74,000 m2), standing 33 stories (545 feet) tall. Nearby buildings totaling 37,000 square feet (3,400 m2), were purchased by PNC and deconstructed to make space for the Tower at PNC Plaza. It is located at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and Wood Street, where PNC and its predecessors have been based since 1858.

  • way: Tower at PNC Plaza (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Tower at PNC Plaza (6 name matches)
    height=166
    building=commercial (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7829752
    wikipedia=en:Tower at PNC Plaza
    addr:street=Fifth Avenue
    building:levels=33
    addr:housenumber=310
    building:material=glass

    wikidata match: Q7829752
Trinity Cathedral (Q7842607)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Trinity Cathedral is an Episcopal Church in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and is the cathedral for the Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh.

The present Gothic church was completed in 1872 on the site of a hilltop cemetery on land deeded by heirs of Pennsylvania founder William Penn to the congregation's founders. The site, centered on a terrace above the historic "point" (where the Allegheny River and the Monongahela River join to form the Ohio River) was sacred to Native Americans as a burial ground. The Trinity Churchyard has the oldest marked graves west of the Atlantic Seaboard, of both Native American leaders, French, English, and American colonists.

  • way: Trinity Cathedral (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Trinity Cathedral (4 name matches)
    amenity=place_of_worship (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=church (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    religion=christian (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7842607
    wheelchair=yes
    denomination=anglican (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q7842607
Washington Crossing Bridge (Q7971800)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Washington Crossing Bridge, commonly known as the Fortieth Street Bridge, is an arch bridge that carries vehicular traffic across the Allegheny River between the Pittsburgh neighborhood of Lawrenceville and the suburb of Millvale.

  • way: 40th Street Bridge (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=40th Street Bridge (1 name matches)
    layer=1
    man_made=bridge (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7971800

    wikidata match: Q7971800
Washington Education Center (Q7972517)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Washington Education Center is a former vocational school in the Pittsburgh neighborhood of Lawrenceville at 40th Street and Eden Way.

  • way: Washington Education Center (OSM) 25 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    ele=228
    name=Washington Education Center (5 name matches)
    amenity=school (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7972517
    addr:state=PA

    wikidata match: Q7972517
Waterworks Mall (Q7974581)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Waterworks Shopping Plaza is an outdoor super-regional shopping mall located on Freeport Road in the city limits of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. The center opened in 1982, and features a gross leasable area of 914,638 square feet (84,972.7 m2). It is managed by J.J. Gumberg Co. of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Anchor stores include Barnes & Noble, Bed Bath & Beyond, Dunham's Sports, Giant Eagle, Marshalls, Petco, TJ Maxx, and Walmart; the mall also features several smaller stores and restaurants, as well as a movie theater. Former anchor tenants include Phar-Mor, Sam Goody, Service Merchandise, and Ames (previously Hills). Waterworks Shopping Plaza is home to more than 69 stores and services including food court such as Starbucks, Burgatory, Panera Bread, Uncle Sam's Subs, Five Guys Burgers, Aladdin's Eatery, Italian Village Pizza, Ichiban Hibachi & Sushi Bar, Mad Mex, Subway.

  • way: Waterworks Mall (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Waterworks Mall (3 name matches)
    shop=mall (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    landuse=retail (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7974581
    wikipedia=en:Waterworks Mall

    wikidata match: Q7974581
West End (Q7985057)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

West End Village (originally named Temperanceville) is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's west city area. It has a zip code of 15220, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 2 (West Neighborhoods).

  • relation: West End (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=West End (5 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7985057
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q7985057
  • node: West End (OSM) 2,627 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=234
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=West End (5 name matches)
Western Pennsylvania Hospital (Q7988157)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Western Pennsylvania Hospital, commonly referred to as "West Penn Hospital", is located at 4800 Friendship Avenue in the Bloomfield neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The 317-bed hospital is part of the Allegheny Health Network. It serves as a Clinical Campus of Temple University School of Medicine, offering medical education, including a large number of residency and fellowship programs, as well as its own nursing program on campus.

  • way: Western Pennsylvania Hospital (OSM) exact location name match address match [show tags]
    beds=317
    name=Western Pennsylvania Hospital (8 name matches)
    phone=+1 412 578 5000
    amenity=hospital (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=https://www.ahn.org/locations/west-penn-hospital
    alt_name=West Penn Hospital (3 name matches)
    operator=Allegheny Health Network
    wikidata=Q7988157
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    emergency=yes
    wikipedia=en:Western Pennsylvania Hospital
    addr:street=Friendship Avenue
    addr:postcode=15224
    opening_hours=24/7
    gnis:feature_id=1191147
    addr:housenumber=4800

    wikidata match: Q7988157
Westinghouse Park (Q7988950)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Westinghouse Park is a city-block sized municipal park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

  • way: Westinghouse Park (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Westinghouse Park (7 name matches)
    leisure=park (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=https://westinghousepark.wordpress.com/
    operator=City of Pittsburgh
    wikidata=Q7988950
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:Westinghouse Park
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=Thomas Boulevard
    description=Park was once the property of George Westinghouse. It was the site his home "Solitude". Donated to the city of Pittsburgh after his death. There are still tunnels with equipment from his experiments on the site.
    addr:postcode=15208

    wikidata match: Q7988950
Westwood (Q7989858)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Westwood is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's West End Region. Beginning as a part of the now-defunct Township of Chartiers and existing for a short time as an independent borough, Westwood was annexed by the City of Pittsburgh in three pieces: the eastern third in 1872, and the remaining sectors progressing west in 1921 and 1927. Westwood is a quiet residential community inhabited by a large variety of residents, and exhibits an eclectic mix of architectural styles that span many periods. Among these is the John Frew House, one of the oldest surviving structures west of the Allegheny Mountains, which dates (in its original form) to 1790. Westwood also contains a public primary school bearing the community's name, as well as a public swimming pool, a playground, and ballfields. The neighborhood's main thoroughfare is Noblestown Road (which splits it in two), and Noble Manor is its major commercial district. It has a zip codes of both 15205 (Western Half) and 15220 (Eastern Half), and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member (Theresa Kail-Smith) for District 2 (West Neighborhoods). The Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire houses 29 Engine in Westwood.

  • relation: Westwood (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Westwood (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7989858
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q7989858
  • node: Westwood (OSM) 630 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=318
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Westwood (4 name matches)
William Penn Snyder House (Q8016766)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The William Penn Snyder House at 850 Ridge Avenue in the Allegheny West neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was built in 1911. It was added to the List of Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmarks in 1972, the List of City of Pittsburgh historic designations on March 15, 1974, and the National Register of Historic Places on May 3, 1976. Babb, Inc., an insurance brokerage firm currently owns and occupies the building.

  • way: BABB Incorporated (OSM) exact location address match [show tags]
    name=BABB Incorporated
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    addr:street=Ridge Avenue
    addr:housenumber=850
    wikidata=Q8016766

    wikidata match: Q8016766
William Pitt Union (Q8016943)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The William Pitt Union, built in 1898 as the Hotel Schenley, is the student union building of the University of Pittsburgh main campus, and is a Pennsylvania and Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmark. Designed by Pittsburgh-based architects Rutan & Russell in the Beaux-Arts style of architecture, the Schenley Hotel catered to local and visiting well-to-do people. The University of Pittsburgh acquired the property in 1956.

  • way: William Pitt Union (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=William Pitt Union (5 name matches)
    tourism=attraction
    website=http://www.studentaffairs.pitt.edu/wpu
    building=university (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    wikidata=Q8016943
    architect=Rutan & Russell
    wikipedia=en:William Pitt Union

    wikidata match: Q8016943
William S. Moorhead Federal Building (Q8017985)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The William S. Moorhead Federal Building is a 340-foot (100 m) tall skyscraper in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Plans for the building were announced on November 9, 1958 and the structure was completed in 1964. It has 23 floors and is the 21st tallest building in Pittsburgh.

  • way: William S. Moorhead Federal Building (OSM) 239 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=William S. Moorhead Federal Building (5 name matches)
    height=104
    office=government
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q8017985
    wikipedia=en:William S. Moorhead Federal Building
    start_date=1964
    addr:street=Liberty Avenue
    building:levels=23
    addr:housenumber=1000

    wikidata match: Q8017985
Windgap (Q8024165)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Windgap is a neighborhood in the west area of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. It has a zip code of 15204, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 2 (West Neighborhoods).

  • relation: Windgap (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Windgap (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q8024165
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q8024165
  • node: Windgap (OSM) 917 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=271
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Windgap (4 name matches)
Wood Street (Q8032278)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Wood Street is a station on the Port Authority of Allegheny County's light rail network, located in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Passengers embarking at Wood Street may travel free to any of the other stations in the Downtown area– First Avenue, Steel Plaza, Gateway, North Shore and Allegheny. Wood Street Galleries, an art gallery, is located directly above the station entrance. The station itself plays no role in fare collection, which is done on board the train.

  • node: Wood Street (OSM) 384 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Wood Street (2 name matches)
    railway=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    public_transport=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q8032278

    wikidata match: Q8032278
Woolslair Elementary School (Q8033934)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Woolslair Elementary School in the Lower Lawrenceville neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is a building from 1897. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.

  • node: Woolslair Elementary School (OSM) 172 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    amenity=school (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=279
    wikidata=Q8033934
    name=Woolslair Elementary School (5 name matches)

    wikidata match: Q8033934
Four Mile Run (Q8565088)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Four Mile Run also known as Ruska Dolina (Rusyn Valley), is a valley in the Greenfield section of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. The small neighborhood formed around the growth of Pittsburgh's steel industry as Rusyn immigrants settled in the area for employment at the nearby steel mill in the Hazelwood neighborhood and formed St. John Chrysostom Byzantine Catholic Church.

  • node: Four Mile Run (OSM) 9 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Four Mile Run (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikipedia=en:Four Mile Run (Pittsburgh)
    wikidata=Q8565088

    wikidata match: Q8565088
Tazza D'Oro (Q11316176)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Tazza D'Oro (Italian: [ˈtattsa ˈdɔːro]) is a café and espresso bar located in Pittsburgh. The name means "Golden Cup/Mug" in Italian. The main location is in Highland Park neighborhood, where it has become a centerpiece of neighborhood There is a second location in the Gates and Hillman Centers at Carnegie Mellon University.

  • node: Enrico's Tazza D'oro (OSM) 17 feet from Wikidata identifier match [show tags]
    name=Enrico's Tazza D'oro
    amenity=cafe
    cuisine=coffee_shop
    website=http://www.tazzadoro.net
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=North Highland Avenue
    addr:postcode=15206
    addr:housenumber=1125
    wikidata=Q11316176

    wikidata match: Q11316176
Downtown Pittsburgh (Q11331506)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Downtown Pittsburgh, colloquially referred to as the Golden Triangle, and officially the Central Business District, is the urban downtown center of Pittsburgh. It is located at the confluence of the Allegheny River and the Monongahela River whose joining forms the Ohio River. The "triangle" is bounded by the two rivers. The area features offices for major corporations such as PNC Bank, U.S. Steel, PPG, Bank of New York Mellon, Heinz, Federated Investors and Alcoa. It is where the fortunes of such industrial barons as Andrew Carnegie, Henry Clay Frick, Henry J. Heinz, Andrew Mellon and George Westinghouse were made. It contains the site where the French fort, Fort Duquesne, once stood.

  • relation: Pittsburgh (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Pittsburgh (1 name matches)
    is_in=USA, Pennsylvania
    place=city
    name:eo=Picburgo
    name:mi=Pitipāka
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q1342
    wikipedia=en:Pittsburgh
    short_name=PGH
    admin_level=8 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    border_type=city
    is_in:state=Pennsylvania
    is_in:country=USA
    is_in:iso_3166_2=US:PA
    is_in:state_code=PA
    is_in:country_code=US

    wikidata mismatch: Q1342
  • relation: Downtown (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Downtown (8 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    alt_name=Golden Triangle (1 name matches)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q11331506
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    official_name=Central Business District (1 name matches)

    wikidata match: Q11331506
Polish Hill (Q11821778)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Polish Hill (Polish: Polskie Wzgórze) is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Primarily a residential area, it is home to one of Pittsburgh's grandest neighborhood churches, the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

  • relation: Polish Hill (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Polish Hill (8 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q11821778
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q11821778
  • node: Polish Hill (OSM) 1,705 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=265
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Polish Hill (8 name matches)
Heinz Hall (Q12059806)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Heinz Hall for the Performing Arts is a performing arts center and concert hall located at 600 Penn Avenue in the Cultural District of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Home to the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra (PSO) and the Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra, the 2,676 seat hall presents about 200 performances each year. Originally built in 1927 as Loew's Penn Theatre, the former movie palace was renovated and reopened as Heinz Hall in 1971.

  • node: Heinz Hall (OSM) 34 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    ele=222
    name=Heinz Hall (3 name matches)
    amenity=theatre
    theatre=concert_hall
    alt_name=Heinz Hall for the Performing Arts (6 name matches)
    wikidata=Q12059806
    wikipedia=en:Heinz Hall for the Performing Arts
    addr:state=PA
    wheelchair=yes

    wikidata match: Q12059806
Manchester (Q12061461)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Manchester is a neighborhood on Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's North Side. It has a ZIP code of 15233, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 6 (Northshore/Downtown Neighborhoods). The Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire houses 37 Engine and Battalion 1 in Manchester. The neighborhood includes the Manchester Historic District, which protects, to some degree, 609 buildings over a 51.6-acre (20.9 ha) area. The district was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975.

  • relation: Manchester (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Manchester (7 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q12061461
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q12061461
  • node: Manchester (OSM) 259 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=233
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Manchester (7 name matches)
Motor Square Garden (Q12062087)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Motor Square Garden, also known as East Liberty Market, is a building in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

  • way: Motor Square Garden (OSM) exact location name match address match [show tags]
    name=Motor Square Garden (5 name matches)
    alt_name=East Liberty Market (2 name matches)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q12062087
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:Motor Square Garden
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=Baum Boulevard
    addr:country=US
    addr:postcode=15206
    addr:housenumber=5900

    wikidata match: Q12062087
August Wilson House (Q15193984)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The August Wilson House at 1727 Bedford Avenue in the Crawford-Roberts neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States, was built in the 1840s and was the childhood home for his first 13 years of playwright August Wilson (1945–2005). The house was placed on the List of City of Pittsburgh historic designations on February 26, 2008, and it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on April 30, 2013.

  • way: August Wilson House (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=August Wilson House (4 name matches)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q15193984

    wikidata match: Q15193984
Brighton Heights (Q15204824)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Brighton Heights is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's northside area. It has a zip code of 15212, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 1 (North Neighborhoods). The Western gateway to the neighborhood, Brighton Heights Boulevard, is opposite the McKees Rocks Bridge and accessible via Route 65/Ohio River Boulevard. The Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire houses 35 Engine and 33 Truck (formerly 34 Truck) in Brighton Heights.

  • relation: Brighton Heights (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=Brighton Heights (3 name matches)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q15204824

    wikidata match: Q15204824
  • node: Brighton Heights (OSM) 0.56 miles from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    ele=260
    name=Brighton Heights (3 name matches)
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
Brown Chapel A.M.E. Church (Pittsburgh) (Q15205169)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Brown Chapel A.M.E. Church located at 1400 Boyle Street in the Central Northside neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was built in 1903. This African Methodist Episcopal Church was added to the List of Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmarks in 1988.

  • way: Brown Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Brown Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church (3 name matches)
    amenity=place_of_worship (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    religion=christian (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q15205169
    denomination=methodist

    wikidata match: Q15205169
Children's Museum of Pittsburgh (Q15209674)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Children's Museum of Pittsburgh is a hands-on interactive children's museum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is in the Allegheny Center neighborhood in Pittsburgh's Northside.

  • way: Children's Museum of Pittsburgh (OSM) 75 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Children's Museum of Pittsburgh (5 name matches)
    tourism=museum (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=yes
    wikidata=Q15209674
    building:levels=3

    wikidata match: Q15209674
Duquesne Brewery Clock (Q15215425)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Located on the Duquesne Brewing Company building in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the Duquesne Brewery Clock was the largest single-face clock in the world when it was installed in 1933. Over the years its face has been used to advertise numerous brands, beginning with Coca-Cola.

  • node: Duquesne Brewery Clock (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    support=wall_mounted
    name=Duquesne Brewery Clock (5 name matches)
    lit=yes
    amenity=clock (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    visibility=area
    display=analog
    wikidata=Q15215425

    wikidata match: Q15215425
Hartley-Rose Belting Company Building (Q15223128)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Hartley-Rose Belting Company Building in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is a building from 1906. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.

  • way: Hartley-Rose Belting Company Building (house name: Hartley Rose Building) (OSM) 51 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Hartley-Rose Belting Company Building (4 name matches)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q15223128
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:Hartley-Rose Belting Company Building
    addr:state=PA
    start_date=1906
    addr:street=First Avenue
    addr:postcode=15222
    addr:housename=Hartley Rose Building
    addr:housenumber=425

    wikidata match: Q15223128
James Reed Building (Q15229268)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The James Reed Building or the Reed Smith Building is a historic building in Pittsburgh. It was constructed in 1902. It is in the Beaux-Arts architecture style.

  • way: Hotel Monaco Pittsburgh (OSM) exact location name match address match [show tags]
    name=Hotel Monaco Pittsburgh
    tourism=hotel
    alt_name=James Reed Building (3 name matches)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q15229268
    wikipedia=en:James Reed Building
    addr:street=Sixth Avenue
    building:levels=9
    addr:housenumber=435

    wikidata match: Q15229268
McCook Family Estate (Q15252522)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The McCook Family Estate (also known as the Willis McCook House) is a historic mansion located at 5105 Fifth Avenue in the Shadyside neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. It was built in 1906 and 1907 for Willis McCook and his family. McCook was a prominent businessman and lawyer who represented Henry Clay Frick.

  • way: Mansions On Fifth Hotel (OSM) exact location address match [show tags]
    name=Mansions On Fifth Hotel
    tourism=hotel
    website=http://mansionsonfifth.com/
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q15252522
    addr:street=Fifth Avenue
    addr:postcode=15232
    addr:housenumber=5105

    wikidata match: Q15252522
Mount Oliver (Q15260034)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Mount Oliver is a south neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It has a zip code of 15210, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 3 (Central South Neighborhoods). It is adjacent to, but distinct from, the borough of Mount Oliver.

  • relation: Mount Oliver (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=Mount Oliver (3 name matches)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q15260034

    wikidata match: Q15260034
  • node: Mount Oliver (OSM) 522 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Mount Oliver (3 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
New Homestead (Q15262056)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

New Homestead is a neighborhood in the 31st Ward of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA's southeast city area. It has a ZIP Code of 15207 and 15120, and it is represented on Pittsburgh City Council by Corey O'Connor.

  • relation: New Homestead (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=New Homestead (6 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q15262056
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q15262056
  • node: New Homestead (OSM) 2,357 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=365
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=New Homestead (6 name matches)
Pamela's Diner (Q15265231)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Pamela's Diner is a prominent chain of diners in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Its specialties are crêpe-style pancakes, omelets and Lyonnaise potatoes. It is "treasured" and is considered to be in the "pantheon of pancake purveyors." In 2013, Pamela's Diner was featured by the Wall Street Journal in a "What to Do in Pittsburgh" feature story.

  • node: Pamela's Diner (OSM) 23 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Pamela's Diner (5 name matches)
    amenity=restaurant (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q15265231

    wikidata match: Q15265231
Penn Brewery (Q15265889)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Penn Brewery, also known as the Pennsylvania Brewing Company, is a brewery and restaurant in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was founded by Tom Pastorius in 1986, and is located at 800 Vinial Street in the Troy Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh, on the site of the former Eberhardt and Ober Brewery (founded in 1848).

  • way: Penn Brewery (OSM) exact location identifier match name match address match [show tags]
    name=Penn Brewery (4 name matches)
    craft=brewery (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    phone=+1 412 237 9400
    website=https://www.pennbrew.com/
    building=yes
    wikidata=Q15265889
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:Penn Brewery
    addr:street=Vinial Street
    addr:postcode=15212
    addr:housenumber=800

    wikidata match: Q15265889
South Side Park (Pittsburgh) (Q15278725)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

South Side Park is an urban park in Pittsburgh. It is situated in a ravine that divides the South Side Slopes neighborhood, and extends to the location of the former Oliver Ormsby estate in Mount Oliver, Pennsylvania, Ormsby Manor.

  • way: South Side Park (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    wikidata=Q15278725
    leisure=park (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=South Side Park (3 name matches)

    wikidata match: Q15278725
Parkway Center Mall (Q16896407)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Parkway Center Mall was an enclosed shopping mall in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Opened in 1982, the mall closed in 2013 after losing Kmart, its last anchor store. The only remaining store in operation is a Giant Eagle supermarket. In 2016, the entirety of the mall was demolished, except for the Giant Eagle/Kmart building.

  • way: Parkway Center (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Parkway Center (5 name matches)
    landuse=commercial (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q16896407

    wikidata match: Q16896407
Richard King Mellon Hall (Q16899281)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Richard King Mellon Hall of Science, also known as Mellon Hall is an academic facility on the Duquesne University campus, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States.

  • way: Richard King Mellon Hall of Science (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    ele=272
    name=Richard King Mellon Hall of Science (2 name matches)
    amenity=university
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q16899281
    addr:state=PA

    wikidata match: Q16899281
Investment Building (Q16997248)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Investment Building is a 1927 neo-classical skyscraper in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania located at 239 Fourth Avenue and part of the Fourth Avenue Historic District. The original name of the structure was the Insurance Exchange Building.

  • way: Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh Downtown (OSM) exact location address match [show tags]
    name=Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh Downtown
    tourism=hotel
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:Investment Building (Pittsburgh)
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=Fourth Avenue
    addr:postcode=15222
    addr:housenumber=239
    wikidata=Q16997248

    wikidata match: Q16997248
Westin Convention Center Pittsburgh (Q17036165)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Westin Convention Center Pittsburgh is a hotel in Downtown Pittsburgh, with a prominent position in the area adjacent to the David L. Lawrence Convention Center and the Cultural District. The hotel broke ground on December 6, 1984 and was originally known as the Vista International, construction "topped off" on September 26, 1985 and the hotel opened in 1986. In the 1980s it hosted the annual regional ad agency awards & banquet. The building is part of Liberty Center, a two building complex which also includes the Federated Tower. Forest City Enterprises purchased the Liberty Center in 1986. In August 2013, was sold by Forest City to Starwood Capital Group for $135 million.

Panther Hollow Lake (Q18156732)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Panther Hollow Lake is a human-made lake in Schenley Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

  • way: Panther Hollow Lake (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Panther Hollow Lake (5 name matches)
    salt=no
    tidal=no
    water=lake (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    natural=water (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q18156732
    wikipedia=en:Panther Hollow Lake
    description=Built between 1907 and 1909, the lake is part of the watershed in the park, and drains to the Monongahela River. Until the 1970s boats could be rented. The boathouse was demolished in 1979. A full restoration of the lake is planned.

    wikidata match: Q18156732
Panther Hollow (Q18158359)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Panther Hollow is a wooded valley in Schenley Park (adjacent to Panther Hollow) that runs within the park west to east approximately 1.5 miles, beginning at Boundary Street in Junction Hollow and ending near Hobart Street in Squirrel Hill. (Thus, curiously, the neighborhood of Panther Hollow lies not within the valley of Panther Hollow itself, but rather in Junction Hollow.) The hollow features the man-made Panther Hollow Lake, on the east end of which is the confluence of Panther Hollow Run (which generally follows the valley) and Phipps Run. Created in the 1880s, Panther Hollow Lake was once the center of a busy picnic and recreational area that included a boat house adjacent to the lake from which couples could rent boats for an afternoon. The boathouse was razed in the 1930s. Today, hiking trails follow both streams.

  • way: Panther Hollow (OSM) 87 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    natural=valley (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=Panther Hollow (5 name matches)
    wikipedia=en:Panther Hollow (valley)
    wikidata=Q18158359

    wikidata match: Q18158359
PNC Firstside Center (Q18239280)
  • way: PNC Firstside Center (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=PNC Firstside Center (3 name matches)
    building=commercial (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q18239280
    addr:street=First Avenue
    addr:housenumber=500

    wikidata match: Q18239280
Bridge of Sighs (Q18241066)
  • way: Bridge of Sighs (OSM) 30 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    highway=footway
    access=no
    name=Bridge of Sighs (3 name matches)
    bridge=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    layer=1
    horse=no
    bicycle=no
    wikidata=Q18241066

    wikidata match: Q18241066
Chatham Center (Q5087635)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Chatham Center is a 5.5 acre commercial and residential building complex located within Downtown Pittsburgh. It is bounded by the Interstate 579 (Crosstown Boulevard) on the west, Centre Avenue on the north, Washington Place on the east, and Fifth Avenue to the south. Comprising a 2,200 car parking garage, Marriott Hotel, World Trade Center, luxury condominium building, and office and retail space, Chatham Center is a major destination center with PPG Paints Arena and Duquesne University nearby.

  • way: Pittsburgh Marriott City Center (OSM) 82 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    fax=+1 412 281 4797
    name=Pittsburgh Marriott City Center
    phone=+1 412 471 4000
    stars=3.5
    smoking=no
    tourism=hotel (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=https://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/pitdt-pittsburgh-marriott-city-center/
    alt_name=Chatham One (1 name matches)
    building=yes
    wikidata=Q5087635
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:Chatham Center
    addr:state=PA
    start_date=1966
    addr:street=Washington Pl
    addr:country=US
    addr:postcode=15219
    building:levels=20
    internet_access=wlan
    addr:housenumber=112
    internet_access:fee=no

    wikidata match: Q5087635
Penn Incline (Q20727329)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Penn Incline, also known as the 17th Street Incline, was a funicular railroad in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in operation from 1884 to 1953. It ascended from 17th Street between Liberty and Penn avenues in the Strip District to Arcena (Ridgeway) Street near Ledlie Street in the Hill District.

  • way: Penn Incline (OSM) 4 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    railway=abandoned (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q20727329
    start_date=1884
    name=Penn Incline (5 name matches)
    service=abandoned_funicular
    end_date=1953

    wikidata match: Q20727329
Union Dale Cemetery (Q20988115)
  • relation: Union Dale Cemetery (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    ele=293
    name=Union Dale Cemetery (4 name matches)
    landuse=cemetery (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q20988115

    wikidata match: Q20988115
One PPG Place (Q21075757)
  • way: One PPG Place (house name: PPG Place) (OSM) 128 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=One PPG Place (7 name matches)
    height=166
    office=company
    network=PPG Industries
    website=https://www.ppg.com/
    alt_name=One PPG Place (7 name matches)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikipedia=en:PPG Place
    start_date=1984
    addr:street=PPG Place
    addr:housename=PPG Place
    building:levels=40
    addr:housenumber=1
    wikidata=Q21075757

    wikidata match: Q21075757
Chartiers Cemetery (Q21169759)
  • way: Chartiers Cemetery (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    amenity=grave_yard (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q21169759
    name=Chartiers Cemetery (3 name matches)
    ele=279

    wikidata match: Q21169759
Highwood Cemetery (Q21175446)
  • way: Highwood Cemetery (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    ele=289
    name=Highwood Cemetery (3 name matches)
    landuse=cemetery (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q21175446

    wikidata match: Q21175446
Murray Avenue Bridge (Q41786512)
  • way: Murray Avenue Bridge (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Murray Avenue Bridge (3 name matches)
    layer=1
    man_made=bridge (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q41786512

    wikidata match: Q41786512
Randyland (Q42417906)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Randyland is an art museum located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is widely regarded as one of America's most colorful public art landmarks. The museum was created by Randy Gilson and is dedicated to his outsider art.

  • node: Randyland (OSM) 36 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Randyland (8 name matches)
    name:en=Randyland (8 name matches)
    tourism=museum (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    addr:street=Arch Street
    opening_hours=Mo-Su 13:00-17:30
    addr:housenumber=1501
    wikidata=Q42417906

    wikidata match: Q42417906
Manor Theatre (Q43386181)
  • node: The Manor Theatre (OSM) 78 feet from Wikidata identifier match name match [show tags]
    name=The Manor Theatre (4 name matches)
    amenity=cinema (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=http://www.manorpgh.com/
    wikidata=Q43386181

    wikidata match: Q43386181
Rex Theatre (Q43386219)
  • way: Rex Theater (OSM) 4 feet from Wikidata identifier match name match [show tags]
    fax=412.828.8478
    name=Rex Theater (4 name matches)
    phone=412.381.6811
    amenity=theatre
    website=http://www.rextheatre.com/
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=East Carson Street
    addr:postcode=15203
    addr:housenumber=1602
    wikidata=Q43386219

    wikidata match: Q43386219
Row House Cinema (Q43386228)
  • node: Rowhouse Cinema (OSM) 58 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Rowhouse Cinema (4 name matches)
    amenity=cinema (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q43386228

    wikidata match: Q43386228
SouthSide Works Cinema (Q43386239)
  • way: Southside Works Cinema (OSM) 47 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Southside Works Cinema (4 name matches)
    phone=412-381-1681
    amenity=cinema (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=https://www.clevelandcinemas.com/showtimes.asp?ptID=AASSW
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    short_name=Southside Works (4 name matches)
    addr:street=Cinema Drive
    addr:postcode=15203
    addr:housenumber=425
  • way: SouthSide Works (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=SouthSide Works (4 name matches)
    landuse=retail
    alt_name=South Side Works (4 name matches)
    wikidata=Q7565324
    wikipedia=en:SouthSide Works

    wikidata mismatch: Q7565324
Herron (Q48529190)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Herron is a station on the East Busway, located between Polish Hill and Lawrenceville, and near the Strip District, in Pittsburgh. It is accessed via nearby Herron Avenue.

  • node: Herron Station (OSM) 58 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    bus=yes
    name=Herron Station (4 name matches)
    amenity=bus_station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    highway=bus_stop (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    network=PAT
    operator=Port Authority of Allegheny County
    wikidata=Q48529190
    wikipedia=en:Herron (PAT station)
    public_transport=stop_position (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q48529190
East Liberty (Q48530518)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

East Liberty is a station on the East Busway, located in Shadyside and near the East Liberty and Larimer neighborhoods of Pittsburgh.

  • node: East Liberty Station (OSM) 10 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    bus=yes
    name=East Liberty Station (3 name matches)
    amenity=bus_station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    highway=bus_stop (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    network=PAT
    operator=Port Authority of Allegheny County
    wheelchair=yes
    public_transport=stop_position (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q48530518

    wikidata match: Q48530518
Homewood station (PAAC) (Q55613896)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Homewood is a station on the East Busway, located in Homewood and near the Point Breeze neighborhoods of Pittsburgh.

  • node: Homewood (OSM) 37 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Homewood (1 name matches)
    highway=bus_stop (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikipedia=en:Homewood (PAT station)
    wikidata=Q55613896

    wikidata match: Q55613896
Highland Park (Q57382574)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Highland Park is a large municipal park in the northeastern part of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is located in Pittsburgh's Highland Park neighborhood. The park extends along the northern and eastern borders of the neighborhood, following the Allegheny River and Negley Run.

  • way: Highland Park (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Highland Park (6 name matches)
    leisure=park (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q57382574

    wikidata match: Q57382574
Tree of Life – Or L'Simcha (Q57867737)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Tree of Life – Or L'Simcha Congregation (Hebrew: עֵץ חַיִּים – אוֹר לְשִׂמְחָה) is a Conservative Jewish synagogue in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The congregation moved into its present synagogue building in 1953. It merged with Congregation Or L'Simcha in 2010, bringing its membership to 530 families.

  • relation: Tree of Life Or L'Simcha Congregation (OSM) exact location identifier match name match [show tags]
    name=Tree of Life Or L'Simcha Congregation (9 name matches)
    amenity=place_of_worship (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=https://www.tolols.org
    building=synagogue (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    religion=jewish (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=Wilkins Avenue
    addr:postcode=15217
    addr:housenumber=5898
    wikidata=Q57867737

    wikidata match: Q57867737
Herron Avenue Bridge (Q60776922)
  • way: Herron Avenue Bridge (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Herron Avenue Bridge (3 name matches)
    layer=2
    man_made=bridge (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q60776922

    wikidata match: Q60776922
Fallowfield Viaduct (Q60784890)
  • way: Fallowfield Viaduct (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Fallowfield Viaduct (1 name matches)
    layer=1
    man_made=bridge (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q60784890

    wikidata match: Q60784890
Chatham Village (Q5087707)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Chatham Village is a community within the larger Mount Washington neighborhood of the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and an internationally acclaimed model of community design. It is roughly bounded by Virginia Ave., Bigham St., Woodruff St., Saw Mill Run Blvd., and Olympia Rd. It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 2005 as a remarkably well-preserved example of Garden City Movement design. The village is owned and operated as a cooperative by its residents.

  • way: Chatham Village (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Chatham Village (5 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    landuse=residential
    wikidata=Q5087707
    wikipedia=en:Chatham Village (Pittsburgh)

    wikidata match: Q5087707
Chatham University (Q5087708)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Chatham University is an American university that has coeducational academic programs through the doctoral level, with its primary campus located in the Shadyside neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Chatham University maintains its Chatham Eastside location at the corner of Shadyside and the East Liberty neighborhood of Pittsburgh. This facility serves the health science and interior architecture programs. In 2013, Chatham opened its Eden Hall Campus, located in the Pittsburgh suburb of Richland Township, to house the Falk School of Sustainability & Environment. The current university student population of 2,110 includes 1,002 undergraduate students and 1,108 graduate students. The University grants certificates and degrees including bachelor, master, first-professional, and doctorate in the School of Arts, Science & Business, the School of Health Sciences, and the Falk School of Sustainability & Environment.

  • way: Chatham University (OSM) exact location identifier match name match [show tags]
    ele=319
    name=Chatham University (10 name matches)
    amenity=university (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=http://www.chatham.edu/
    wikidata=Q5087708
    wikipedia=en:Chatham University

    wikidata match: Q5087708
UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh (Q5098130)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh (CHP), popularly known simply as "Children’s", is part of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and the only hospital in Southwestern Pennsylvania dedicated solely to the care of infants, children, teens and young adults through around age 26. UPMC Children's also sometimes treats older adults that require pediatric care. The hospital is affiliated with the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and features a state-verified level 1 pediatric trauma center, one of four in the state. CHP also has a rooftop helipad for emergent transport of pediatric patients.

  • way: UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh (OSM) exact location identifier match name match [show tags]
    beds=315
    name=UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh (12 name matches)
    phone=+1 412 692 5325
    amenity=hospital (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=http://www.chp.edu
    operator=UPMC (14 name matches)
    wikidata=Q5098130
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    emergency=yes
    wikipedia=en:UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh
    healthcare=hospital (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wheelchair=yes
    addr:street=Penn Avenue
    addr:postcode=15224
    opening_hours=24/7
    gnis:feature_id=1185947
    addr:housenumber=4401
    healthcare:speciality=paediatrics

    wikidata match: Q5098130
Church of St. Benedict the Moor (Q5117205)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Church of St. Benedict the Moor, built in 1894, is a Roman Catholic church located at 89 Crawford Street in the Hill District neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In the 1960s, four predominantly African-American parishes were merged and consolidated at St. Benedict's. The 18-foot tall statue of St. Benedict the Moor by Frederick Charles Shrady was installed atop its tower in 1968.

  • way: St. Benedict The Moor (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=St. Benedict The Moor (4 name matches)
    amenity=place_of_worship (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    religion=christian (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5117205
    denomination=roman_catholic

    wikidata match: Q5117205
Church of the Ascension (Q5117803)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Church of the Ascension located at Ellsworth Avenue and Neville Street in the Shadyside neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was built in 1898. The church was added to the List of Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmarks in 1971.

  • node: Church of the Ascension (OSM) 57 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    amenity=place_of_worship (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=Church of the Ascension (3 name matches)
    denomination=anglican
    religion=christian (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5117803
    ele=279

    wikidata match: Q5117803
Church of the Epiphany (Q5117842)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Church of the Epiphany located at Washington Place and Centre Avenue in the Hill District neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was built in 1902. The church was added to the List of Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmarks in 1998.

  • way: Epiphany Church (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    ele=243
    name=Epiphany Church (6 name matches)
    amenity=place_of_worship (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=church (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    religion=christian (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5117842

    wikidata match: Q5117842
Clifford B. Connelly Trade School (Q5132862)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Energy Innovation Center is a multi-disciplinary institution in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States, that integrates workforce development programs, green technology research laboratories, a business incubator and collaborative university-industry projects. It is housed in the former Clifford B. Connelley Trade School, which was renovated both to accommodate diverse uses and to serve as a case study for green adaptive reuse. In 2014 the renovated building received the Engineers' Society of Western Pennsylvania Project of the Year Award for Sustainability. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and on the List of Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmarks, making it perhaps the only LEED Platinum structure to qualify for Historic Tax Credits.

  • way: Energy Innovation Center (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    ele=289
    name=Energy Innovation Center (2 name matches)
    office=*
    building=commercial (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=Bedford Avenue
    addr:postcode=15219
    addr:housenumber=1435
    wikidata=Q5132862

    wikidata match: Q5132862
Bellefield Boiler Plant (Q5135662)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Bellefield Boiler Plant, also known as "The Cloud Factory" from its nickname's use in Michael Chabon's 1988 debut novel The Mysteries of Pittsburgh, is a boiler plant located in Junction Hollow (referred to as "The Lost Neighborhood" in Chabon's book) between the Carnegie Institute of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University in the Oakland district of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

  • way: Bellefield Boiler Plant (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Bellefield Boiler Plant (5 name matches)
    power=generator
    alt_name=The Cloud Factory (2 name matches)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5135662
    wikipedia=en:Bellefield Boiler Plant
    generator:source=gas
    generator:output:steam=yes

    wikidata match: Q5135662
Colfax Elementary School (Q5144742)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Colfax Elementary & Middle School is a public school in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Its building, built in 1911, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986. The school recently added a new building with a glass bridge connecting the two buildings.

  • node: Colfax Elementary School (OSM) 102 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    wikidata=Q5144742
    amenity=school (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=Colfax Elementary School (4 name matches)
    ele=341

    wikidata match: Q5144742
Commonwealth Building (Q5153703)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Commonwealth Building, originally known as the Commonwealth Trust Bank, is a 300 feet (91 m) tall skyscraper in Pittsburgh. It was completed in 1906 and has 21 floors. It is tied with The Carlyle and Washington Plaza for 26th tallest building in the city.

  • way: Commonwealth Building (house name: Commonwealth Building) (OSM) 5 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Commonwealth Building (5 name matches)
    height=91
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    old_name=Commonwealth Trust Bank
    wikidata=Q5153703
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:Commonwealth Building (Pittsburgh)
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=Fourth Avenue
    addr:postcode=15222
    addr:housename=Commonwealth Building (5 name matches)
    building:levels=21
    addr:housenumber=316

    wikidata match: Q5153703
Eberly Hall (Q5331819)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Eberly Hall is an academic building on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Designed by architect Benno Janssen and dedicated in 1921, Eberly Hall was originally named Alumni Hall, and is still sometimes referred to as "Old Alumni Hall" (Alumni Hall is now the name of another University Building).

  • way: Eberly Hall (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Eberly Hall (3 name matches)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    wikidata=Q5331819

    wikidata match: Q5331819
Elliott (Q5365604)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Elliott is a small, hilly neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's West End Region. Elliott is represented on the Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 2 (West Neighborhoods), and uses the ZIP code 15220.

  • relation: Elliott (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Elliott (6 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5365604
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q5365604
  • node: Elliott (OSM) 1,705 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=320
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Elliott (6 name matches)
Esplen (Q5399048)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Esplen is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's west city area. It has a zip code of 15204, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 2 (West Neighborhoods).

  • relation: Esplen (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Esplen (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5399048
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q5399048
  • node: Esplen (OSM) 424 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=285
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Esplen (4 name matches)
Essie's Original Hot Dog shop (Q5399876)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Essie's Original Hot Dog Shop (commonly known as The Original Hot Dog Shop, The O or The Dirty O) is a restaurant in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States.

  • node: Essie's Original Hot Dogs (OSM) 29 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    wikidata=Q5399876
    amenity=restaurant (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    alt_name=The Original Hot Dog Shop (1 name matches)
    name=Essie's Original Hot Dogs

    wikidata match: Q5399876
Fairywood (Q5431026)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Fairywood is a neighborhood on Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's west end. It has a zip code of 15205, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 2 (West Neighborhoods). It is the westernmost neighborhood in the City of Pittsburgh.

  • relation: Fairywood (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Fairywood (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5431026
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q5431026
  • node: Fairywood (OSM) 960 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=235
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Fairywood (4 name matches)
Fallowfield (Q5432444)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Fallowfield is a station on the Port Authority of Allegheny County's light rail network, located in the Beechview neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The high level stop is located at the end of Broadway Avenue, built where the tracks transition from a street to a private right-of-way. The station serves a densely populated residential area through which bus service is limited because of the hilly terrain. Although a high level stop there is no fare booth, as such passengers must board or alight from the first car of a two car train.

  • node: Fallowfield (OSM) 36 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Fallowfield (3 name matches)
    railway=halt (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5432444
    wheelchair=yes
    public_transport=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q5432444
  • node: Fallowfield (OSM) 34 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Fallowfield (3 name matches)
    tram=yes
    network=PAT
    operator=Port Authority of Allegheny County
    public_transport=stop_position (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
  • node: Fallowfield (OSM) 42 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Fallowfield (3 name matches)
    tram=yes
    network=PAT
    operator=Port Authority of Allegheny County
    public_transport=stop_position (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
Fanny Edel Falk Laboratory School (Q5434028)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Fanny Edel Falk Laboratory School, or simply the Falk School, is a private kindergarten through eighth grade laboratory school of the University of Pittsburgh. It is located on the University of Pittsburgh's upper campus on Allequippa St.

  • way: Fanny Edel Falk Laboratory School (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Fanny Edel Falk Laboratory School (4 name matches)
    amenity=school (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=yes
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    wikidata=Q5434028

    wikidata match: Q5434028
Federated Tower (Q5440710)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Federated Tower is a 358 ft (109 m) tall skyscraper in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The building is part of Liberty Center, a two building complex which also includes the Westin Convention Center Hotel. It was completed in 1982 and has 27 floors and 530,000 square feet of space. It is the 16th tallest building in the city and houses the corporate headquarters of Federated Investors.

  • way: Federated Tower (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Federated Tower (5 name matches)
    height=109
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5440710
    wikipedia=en:Federated Tower
    start_date=1982
    addr:street=Liberty Avenue
    building:levels=27
    addr:housenumber=1001

    wikidata match: Q5440710
First Avenue (Q5452325)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

First Avenue is a station on the Port Authority of Allegheny County's Pittsburgh Light Rail network. The station is part of the light rail's Downtown Pittsburgh free zone, and passengers embarking here may travel for free to any of the other stations within the zone (Steel Plaza and Wood Street).

  • way: First Avenue (OSM) 896 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=First Avenue (2 name matches)
    railway=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=yes
    wikidata=Q5452325
    public_transport=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q5452325
Firstside Historic District (Q5454286)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Firstside Historic District is a historic district in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. The district was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on July 28, 1988.

  • relation: Firstside Historic District (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Firstside Historic District (5 name matches)
    boundary=protected_area
    heritage=2
    ref:nrhp=13000248
    wikidata=Q5454286
    wikipedia=en:Firstside Historic District
    protect_class=22 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    heritage:operator=nrhp;phlf

    wikidata match: Q5454286
Fitzgerald Field House (Q5455595)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Fitzgerald Field House is a 4,122-seat multi-purpose athletic venue on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Fitzgerald Field House is named for Rufus Fitzgerald, a past chancellor (1945–1955) of the university. It is the primary home competition venue for the university's gymnastics, volleyball, and wrestling teams.

  • way: Fitzgerald Fieldhouse (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    ele=340
    name=Fitzgerald Fieldhouse (6 name matches)
    sport=volleyball
    leisure=sports_centre
    alt_name=Fitzgerald Field House (6 name matches)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    wikidata=Q5455595
    wikipedia=en:Fitzgerald Field House
    addr:state=PA

    wikidata match: Q5455595
Forbes Hall (Q5467250)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Forbes Hall is a residence hall of the University of Pittsburgh (Oakland campus) and is located in Forbes Pavilion on Forbes Avenue approximately four blocks from the Litchfield Towers complex. The name Forbes Hall, which specifically refers to the residence hall component of the building, is sometimes interchangeably used with the name Forbes Pavilion, which refers to the entire six-story structure.

  • way: Forbes Hall (OSM) 19 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Forbes Hall (3 name matches)
    building=dormitory (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    wikidata=Q5467250

    wikidata match: Q5467250
Fort Pitt Bridge (Q5471837)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Fort Pitt Bridge is a steel, double-decked bowstring arch bridge that spans the Monongahela River near its confluence with the Allegheny River in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It carries Interstate 376 between the Fort Pitt Tunnel and Downtown Pittsburgh. It was the world's first computer designed bowstring arch bridge:00:02:43 and double-decked bowstring arch bridge. The bridge is known for its difficult lane changes, especially on the lower level, often requiring people to go from the extreme left lane across two lanes to the extreme right lane in only 300 feet. The upper level is more forgiving for some routes, but still requires a full span lane change in 300 feet to get from the south side entrance to the downtown exits.

  • way: Fort Pitt Bridge (OSM) 38 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Fort Pitt Bridge (6 name matches)
    layer=2
    man_made=bridge (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    bridge:structure=arch (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5471837

    wikidata match: Q5471837
Fort Pitt Elementary School (Q5471841)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Fort Pitt Elementary School in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is a building from 1905. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.

  • node: Fort Pitt Elementary School (OSM) 132 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    wikidata=Q5471841
    amenity=school (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=Fort Pitt Elementary School (5 name matches)
    ele=338

    wikidata match: Q5471841
Fort Pitt Incline (Q5471846)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Fort Pitt Incline was a 10 ft (3,048 mm) gauge funicular railroad in the Bluff neighborhood of Pittsburgh. Opened in 1882, the incline ran from 2nd Avenue to Bluff Street, a distance of 350 feet (107 m), and a vertical distance of 135 feet (41 m). The designer was Samuel Diescher.

  • way: Fort Pitt Incline (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Fort Pitt Incline (3 name matches)
    railway=abandoned (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    end_date=1900
    wikidata=Q5471846
    wikipedia=en:Fort Pitt Incline
    start_date=1882
    abandoned:railway=funicular

    wikidata match: Q5471846
Fort Pitt Museum (Q5471847)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Fort Pitt Museum is an indoor/outdoor museum that is administered by the Senator John Heinz History Center in downtown Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania in the United States. It is at the confluence of the Monongahela and Allegheny Rivers, where the Ohio River is formed. Fort Pitt Museum is surrounded by Point State Park, a Pennsylvania state park named for the geographically and historically significant point that is between the rivers. This piece of land was key to controlling the upper reaches of the Ohio River Valley and western Pennsylvania, before, during and after the French and Indian War as well as the American Revolution.

  • way: Fort Pitt Museum (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    ele=222
    name=Fort Pitt Museum (5 name matches)
    phone=+1 412-281-9284
    tourism=museum (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=yes
    wikidata=Q5471847
    wikipedia=en:Fort Pitt Museum
    addr:state=PA
    opening_hours=Mo-Su 10:00-17:00

    wikidata match: Q5471847
Fort Wayne Railroad Bridge (Q5472302)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Fort Wayne Railroad Bridge, listed as the Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge on the National Register of Historic Places, is a double-deck steel truss railroad bridge spanning the Allegheny River in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

  • way: Fort Wayne Bridge (OSM) 490 feet from Wikidata identifier match name match [show tags]
    gauge=1435
    old_railway_operator=PRR
    bridge=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=Fort Wayne Bridge
    usage=main
    railway=rail
    wikipedia=en:Fort Wayne Railroad Bridge
    layer=2
    electrified=no
    opened=1857
    operator=NS
    ref:nrhp=79002160
    source_opened=PRR Chronology
    alt_name=Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge (1 name matches)
  • way: Fort Wayne Bridge (OSM) 13 feet from Wikidata identifier match name match [show tags]
    gauge=1435
    old_railway_operator=PRR
    bridge=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=Fort Wayne Bridge
    wikidata=Q5472302
    usage=main
    railway=rail
    passenger_lines=2
    wikipedia=en:Fort Wayne Railroad Bridge
    layer=2
    electrified=no
    opened=1857
    operator=NS
    ref:nrhp=79002160
    source_opened=PRR Chronology
    alt_name=Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge (1 name matches)

    wikidata match: Q5472302
Frank Curto Park (Q5486082)
  • way: Frank Curto Park (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Frank Curto Park (5 name matches)
    leisure=park (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5486082

    wikidata match: Q5486082
Frederick J. Osterling Office and Studio (Q5498118)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Frederick J. Osterling Office and Studio at 228 Isabella Street in the North Shore neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was built in 1917. This Gothic Revival building was designed by architect Frederick J. Osterling, and was used as his office and studio in 1918.

Frick Fine Arts Building (Q5503391)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Henry Clay Frick Fine Arts Building is a landmark Renaissance villa and a contributing property to the Schenley Farms-Oakland Civic Historic District on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. The Frick Fine Arts Building sits on the southern edge of Schenley Plaza, opposite The Carnegie Institute, and is the home of Pitt's History of Art and Architecture Department, Studio Arts Department, and the Frick Fine Arts Library. Before its front steps is Mary Schenley Memorial Fountain.

  • relation: Frick Fine Arts Building (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Frick Fine Arts Building (5 name matches)
    tourism=museum (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=university
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    wikidata=Q5503391
    wikipedia=en:Frick Fine Arts Building

    wikidata match: Q5503391
USS Requin (Q7873400)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

USS Requin (SS/SSR/AGSS/IXSS-481) , a Tench-class submarine, was the only ship of the United States Navy to be named after the requin, French for shark. Since 1990 it has been a museum ship at The Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

  • way: USS Requin (OSM) 44 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    ref=SS-481
    name=USS Requin (1 name matches)
    tourism=attraction
    historic=ship
    wikidata=Q7873400
    ship:type=submarine
    wikipedia=en:USS Requin (SS-481)
    start_date=1945

    wikidata match: Q7873400
West End Overlook (Q7985098)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)


The West End-Elliott Overlook Park (often shortened to "West End Overlook") is a small municipal park and scenic viewpoint in the Elliott neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

  • way: West End-Elliott Overlook Park (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=West End-Elliott Overlook Park (1 name matches)
    leisure=park
    alt_name=West End Overlook (3 name matches)
    addr:city=pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:West End Overlook
    wheelchair=limited
    addr:street=Marlow Street
    addr:postcode=15205
    wikidata=Q7985098

    wikidata match: Q7985098
West Liberty, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania (Q7985740)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

West Liberty Borough was a borough in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, United States from 1876 to 1909. West Liberty Borough was incorporated on March 7, 1876 from the western part of Lower St. Clair Township. The borough was a small village along the Pittsburgh and Washington Road near Mount Washington. West Liberty Borough was absorbed by the city of Pittsburgh in 1909. It is today the Brookline neighborhood, Bon Air neighborhood, and part of the Beechview neighborhood.

  • node: West Liberty (OSM) 57 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    ele=353
    wikidata=Q7985740
    name=West Liberty (3 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA

    wikidata match: Q7985740
Pittsburgh Law Enforcement Memorial (Q15266900)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Law Enforcement Officers Memorial of Allegheny County is a monument to Allegheny County, Pennsylvania's law enforcement community in honor of fallen officers of both the Pittsburgh Police and suburban departments. The original was dedicated in September 1996 near the Carnegie Science Center but was moved with the construction of Heinz Field and rededicated in May 2003.

Heinz History Center (Q5700701)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Senator John Heinz History Center, an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, is the largest history museum in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, United States. Named after U.S. Senator H. John Heinz III (1938–1991) from Pennsylvania, it is located in the Strip District of Pittsburgh.

  • way: Senator John Heinz History Center (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Senator John Heinz History Center (1 name matches)
    tourism=museum (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=yes
    wikidata=Q5700701

    wikidata match: Q5700701
Heinz Memorial Chapel (Q5700795)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Heinz Memorial Chapel is a Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmark and a contributing property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States.

  • way: Heinz Memorial Chapel (OSM) 7 feet from Wikidata identifier match name match [show tags]
    name=Heinz Memorial Chapel (4 name matches)
    amenity=place_of_worship (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name:he=קפלת הזיכרון של היינץ (2 name matches)
    tourism=attraction
    website=https://www.heinzchapel.pitt.edu/
    building=university (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    wikidata=Q5700795
    wikipedia=en:Heinz Memorial Chapel
    denomination=nondenominational

    wikidata match: Q5700795
Hazelwood (Q5688162)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Hazelwood is a neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in the United States. It is represented on Pittsburgh City Council by Corey O'Connor. It is bordered by Greenfield and Oakland on the north, Squirrel Hill and Glen Hazel on the east, and the Monongahela River on the south and west. The Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire houses 13 Engine and 13 Truck in Hazelwood.

  • relation: Hazelwood (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Hazelwood (6 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5688162
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q5688162
  • node: Hazelwood (OSM) 2,108 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    ele=286
    name=Hazelwood (6 name matches)
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5688162
    wikipedia=en:Hazelwood (Pittsburgh)
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c

    wikidata match: Q5688162
Herr's Island Railroad Bridge (Q5743839)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Herr's Island Railroad Bridge, also known as the West Penn Railroad Bridge, is a truss bridge across the Allegheny River between the Pittsburgh neighborhoods of Troy Hill and Herrs Island (commonly referred to as Washington's Landing).

  • way: West Penn Railroad Bridge (OSM) 5 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=West Penn Railroad Bridge (1 name matches)
    layer=1
    bridge=truss (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    man_made=bridge (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5743839

    wikidata match: Q5743839
Hot Metal Bridge (Q5910164)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Hot Metal Bridge is a truss bridge in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, that crosses the Monongahela River. The bridge consists of two parallel spans on a single set of piers: the former Monongahela Connecting Railroad Bridge, built in 1887, on the upstream side and the former Hot Metal Bridge, built in 1900, on the downstream side. The Monongahela Connecting Railroad Bridge carried conventional railroad traffic, while the Hot Metal Bridge connected parts of the J&L Steel mill, carrying crucibles of molten iron from the blast furnaces in ladle transfer cars to the open hearth furnaces on the opposite bank to be converted to steel. During World War II 15% of America's steel making capacity crossed over the Hot Metal Bridge, up to 180 tons per hour. The upstream span was converted to road use after a $14.6 million restoration, and opened by Mayor Murphy with a ceremony honoring former steel workers on June 23, 2000. The bridge connects 2nd Avenue at the Pittsburgh Technology Center in South Oakland with Hot Metal Street (South 29th Street) in the South Side. The downstream span reopened for pedestrian and bicycle use in late 2007 after two years of work. The Great Allegheny Passage hiker/biker trail passes over this bridge as it approaches Pittsburgh's Golden Triangle area.

  • way: Hot Metal Bridge (OSM) 34 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    lanes=2
    wikidata=Q5910164
    old_name=Monongahela Connecting Railroad Bridge
    bridge=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    old_railway_operator=Monongahela Connecting Railroad
    wikipedia=en:Hot Metal Bridge
    foot=no
    maxspeed=25 mph
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    bicycle=no
    name=Hot Metal Bridge (5 name matches)
    highway=secondary
    layer=1
    railway=abandoned
    start_date=1887

    wikidata match: Q5910164
  • way: Hot Metal Bridge (OSM) 8 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Hot Metal Bridge (5 name matches)
    layer=1
    bridge=truss (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    man_made=bridge (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q60609128

    wikidata mismatch: Q60609128
  • way: Hot Metal Bridge (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Hot Metal Bridge (5 name matches)
    layer=1
    bridge=truss (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    man_made=bridge (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q60609137

    wikidata mismatch: Q60609137
Junction Hollow (Q6311733)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Junction Hollow is a small wooded valley bordering the west flanks of Schenley Park and the campus of Carnegie Mellon University and the southern edge of the University of Pittsburgh's campus in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

  • way: Junction Hollow (OSM) 159 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    wikidata=Q6311733
    natural=valley (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikipedia=en:Junction Hollow
    name=Junction Hollow (5 name matches)

    wikidata match: Q6311733
King Estate (Q6411545)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The King Estate (also known as Baywood, or the Alexander King Estate) located at 5501 Elgin Street in the Highland Park neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was built in 1880. Alexander King was the original owner of this Second Empire style house. It was added to the List of City of Pittsburgh historic designations on November 12, 1992, and the List of Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmarks in 2000.

  • way: King Museum (OSM) exact location address match [show tags]
    ele=296
    name=King Museum
    tourism=museum
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q6411545
    wikipedia=en:King Estate (Pittsburgh)
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=Elgin Street
    addr:postcode=15206
    addr:housenumber=5501

    wikidata match: Q6411545
Homewood Branch of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (Q5890683)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Homewood Branch of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh is a library in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is located at 7101 Hamilton Avenue in the Homewood South neighborhood and opened on March 10, 1910. It was designed by the architectural firm Alden & Harlow (architect Howard K. Jones was working for the firm at the time), and it was added to the List of City of Pittsburgh historic designations on July 28, 2004, and the List of Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmarks in 2004. This library was featured in an episode of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood.

  • way: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh - Homewood (OSM) exact location address match [show tags]
    ele=275
    name=Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh - Homewood
    amenity=library (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=yes
    wikidata=Q5890683
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=Hamilton Avenue
    addr:postcode=15208
    addr:housenumber=7101

    wikidata match: Q5890683
John Wesley A.M.E. Zion Church (Q6263521)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

John Wesley A.M.E. Zion Church is a historic African American church in the Hill District of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The church, which is one of Pittsburgh’s oldest African American faith-based organizations, was founded in 1836 following a series of prayer meetings and preaching services.

  • node: John Wesley African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church (OSM) 177 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    ele=321
    name=John Wesley African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church (4 name matches)
    amenity=place_of_worship (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    religion=christian (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    denomination=methodist
    wikidata=Q6263521

    wikidata match: Q6263521
John Woods House (Q6264842)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The John Woods House at 4604 Monongahela Street in the Hazelwood neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is a vernacular stone house that was built in 1792. It was added to the List of City of Pittsburgh historic designations by Pittsburgh City Council on February 22, 1977. On April 29, 1993, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.

  • way: John Woods House (OSM) exact location name match address match [show tags]
    name=John Woods House (7 name matches)
    building=detached (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q6264842
    wikipedia=en:John Woods House (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
    start_date=1792
    addr:street=Monongahela Street
    addr:housenumber=4604

    wikidata match: Q6264842
Lawrenceville (Q6504819)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Lawrenceville is one of the largest neighborhood areas in Pittsburgh in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. It is located northeast of downtown, and like many of the city's riverfront neighborhoods, it has an industrial past. The city considers Lawrenceville three neighborhoods, Upper Lawrenceville, Central Lawrenceville, and Lower Lawrenceville, but these distinctions have little practical effect. Accordingly, Lawrenceville is almost universally treated as being a single large neighborhood.

  • relation: Lower Lawrenceville (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Lower Lawrenceville (1 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
  • relation: Central Lawrenceville (OSM) 1,983 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Central Lawrenceville (1 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
  • node: Lawrenceville (OSM) 2,087 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    wikidata=Q6504819
    name=Lawrenceville (7 name matches)
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=245

    wikidata match: Q6504819
  • node: Central Lawrenceville (OSM) 1.03 miles from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Central Lawrenceville (1 name matches)
    wikidata=Q5061343
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata mismatch: Q5061343
  • node: Lower Lawrenceville (OSM) 492 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Lower Lawrenceville (1 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
Lowen-Shaffer House (Q6693281)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Lowen-Shaffer House located at 311 Lowenhill Street in the Beechview neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was built circa 1850. John Lowen was the builder and original owner of this Carpenter Gothic style house. It was added to the List of City of Pittsburgh historic designations on February 10, 1992.

  • way: 311 Lowenhill Street (OSM) exact location address match [show tags]
    building=house (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q6693281
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=Lowenhill Street
    addr:country=US
    addr:postcode=15216
    addr:housenumber=311

    wikidata match: Q6693281
Mellon Park (Q6813165)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Mellon Park is a park in the Shadyside and Point Breeze neighborhoods of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, straddling both sides of Fifth Avenue, from approximately Shady Avenue to Penn Avenue, the western corner abutting Pittsburgh Center for the Arts building. The park is home to the Walled Garden, and holds events throughout the year. It is also home to several recreational facilities. A number of public buses serve the area.

  • way: Mellon Park (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Mellon Park (7 name matches)
    leisure=park (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q6813165
    wikipedia=en:Mellon Park

    wikidata match: Q6813165
Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University (Q6859132)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University is the art gallery of Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is located on the university campus on 5000 Forbes Avenue, at the border between the Oakland and Squirrel Hill neighborhoods.

  • way: Warner Hall (OSM) 77 feet from Wikidata address match [show tags]
    ele=287
    name=Warner Hall
    building=university
    wikidata=Q6859132
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=Forbes Avenue
    addr:housenumber=5000

    wikidata match: Q6859132
National Aviary (Q6970845)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The National Aviary, located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is the only independent indoor nonprofit aviary in the United States. It is also the country's largest aviary, and the only one accorded honorary "National" status by the United States Congress.

  • relation: National Aviary (OSM) exact location identifier match name match [show tags]
    ele=234
    zoo=aviary
    name=National Aviary (5 name matches)
    tourism=zoo (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=https://www.aviary.org/
    building=yes
    wikidata=Q6970845
    wikipedia=en:National Aviary
    addr:street=Arch Street
    addr:postcode=15212
    addr:housenumber=700

    wikidata match: Q6970845
North Catholic High School (Q7054709)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

North Catholic High School is a private Catholic high school located in Cranberry Township, Butler County, Pennsylvania. The school's mascot is the Trojan and its colors are scarlet and gold.

  • node: North Catholic High School (OSM) 203 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    wikidata=Q7054709
    amenity=school (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=North Catholic High School (4 name matches)
    ele=274

    wikidata match: Q7054709
Oakland Catholic High School (Q7073976)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Oakland Catholic High School is a private, Roman Catholic college preparatory school for girls, located in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States, within the Diocese of Pittsburgh. It was established by Bishop Donald Wuerl in 1989 as the merger of former all-girl parish high schools of Sacred Heart and St. Paul Cathedral to serve as a sister school for Central Catholic. Approximately 600 students matriculate at Oakland Catholic and the school draws female students from all over the City of Pittsburgh and the suburbs. Nearly 98% of its students attend four-year universities.

  • way: Oakland Catholic High School (OSM) exact location identifier match name match [show tags]
    name=Oakland Catholic High School (4 name matches)
    amenity=school (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=https://www.oaklandcatholic.org/
    old_name=St. Paul Cathedral School
    wikidata=Q7073976
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:Oakland Catholic High School
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=N Craig St
    addr:country=US
    addr:postcode=15213
    addr:housenumber=144

    wikidata match: Q7073976
Old Engineering Hall (Q7083914)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Old Engineering Hall is an academic building at 3943 O'Hara Street on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. The building was completed for $1.2 million($11.2 million today) in October, 1955. The seven floor building connects Allen Hall and Thaw Hall, as well as the Van de Graaff Building which was added later. The frieze around the top of the building includes bas-relief of the insignia of several engineering societies. Originally called Engineering Hall, it initially contained engineering offices, classrooms, laboratories, a library, and in the basement, a wind tunnel for the aeronautical engineering department testing of airfoil surfaces.

  • way: Old Engineering Hall (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Old Engineering Hall (3 name matches)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7083914

    wikidata match: Q7083914
Panhandle Bridge (Q7131011)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Panhandle Bridge (officially the Monongahela River Bridge) carries two rail lines of the Port Authority "T" line across the Monongahela River in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The name comes from Pennsylvania Railroad subsidiary Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railroad, also known as the Panhandle Route, which operated over the bridge.

  • way: Panhandle Bridge (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Panhandle Bridge (5 name matches)
    layer=1
    man_made=bridge (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikipedia=en:Panhandle Bridge
    wikidata=Q7131011

    wikidata match: Q7131011
Pittsburgh Center for the Arts (Q7199244)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Pittsburgh Center for the Arts (PCA) is a non-profit community arts campus that offers arts education programs and contemporary art exhibitions in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States.

  • way: Pittsburgh Center for the Arts (OSM) exact location name match address match [show tags]
    name=Pittsburgh Center for the Arts (5 name matches)
    tourism=museum
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7199244
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    addr:street=Fifth Avenue
    addr:postcode=15232
    addr:housenumber=6300

    wikidata match: Q7199244
Pittsburgh Chinese Church (Q7199248)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Pittsburgh Chinese Church is an independent, interdenominational and evangelical church with locations in McCandless, Pennsylvania and the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

  • way: Pittsburgh Chinese Church (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Pittsburgh Chinese Church (3 name matches)
    amenity=place_of_worship (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7199248

    wikidata match: Q7199248
Pittsburgh City-County Building (Q7199249)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Pittsburgh City-County Building is the seat of government for the City of Pittsburgh, and houses both Pittsburgh and Allegheny County offices. It is located in Downtown Pittsburgh at 414 Grant Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Built from 1915-17 it is the third seat of government of Pittsburgh. Today the building is occupied mostly by Pittsburgh offices with Allegheny County located in adjacent county facilities.

  • way: Pittsburgh City Hall (OSM) exact location name match address match [show tags]
    ele=234
    name=Pittsburgh City Hall
    height=43.9
    amenity=townhall (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=http://pittsburghpa.gov/
    alt_name=Pittsburgh City-County Building (6 name matches)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7199249
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:Pittsburgh City-County Building
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=Grant Street
    addr:postcode=15219
    building:levels=10
    addr:housenumber=414

    wikidata match: Q7199249
Ridgemont (Q7332776)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Ridgemont is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's southwest city area. It has zip codes of both 15220 and 15216, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 2 (West Neighborhoods).

  • relation: Ridgemont (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Ridgemont (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7332776
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q7332776
  • node: Ridgemont (OSM) 1,983 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=Ridgemont (4 name matches)
Lincoln Place (Q6550958)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Lincoln Place is a neighborhood in the 31st ward of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, located in the southeast corner of the city.

  • relation: Lincoln Place (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Lincoln Place (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q6550958
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q6550958
  • node: Lincoln Place (OSM) 2,172 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=351
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Lincoln Place (4 name matches)
Wightman School (Q6673699)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Wightman School is a building in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, that was built in 1897. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.

  • way: Wightman School Community Building (OSM) 32 feet from Wikidata identifier match [show tags]
    name=Wightman School Community Building
    owner=Carriage House Children's Center, Inc.,
    website=http://www.carriagehouse.org/Wightman_House/wightman.html
    building=school (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    heritage=2
    old_name=Wightman Elementary School
    operator=Carriage House Children's Center, Inc.,
    ref:nrhp=86002717
    wikidata=Q6673699
    wikipedia=en:Wightman School
    addr:street=Solway Street
    old_amenity=school
    building:levels=3
    addr:housenumber=5604
    heritage:operator=nrhp

    wikidata match: Q6673699
Main Building, U.S. Bureau of Mines (Q6735938)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Main Building of the U.S. Bureau of Mines in the Squirrel Hill North neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is a building constructed from 1915 and dedicated on September 29, 1919. Since the 1960s it was acquired and has been part of the campus of Carnegie Mellon University and is now known as Hamburg Hall and the headquarters of the Heinz College. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.

  • way: Hamburg Hall (OSM) 13 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    ele=276
    name=Hamburg Hall (1 name matches)
    building=university (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q6735938
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=Forbes Avenue
    addr:housenumber=4800

    wikidata match: Q6735938
Mount Washington (Q6924503)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Mount Washington is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's south city area. It has a zip code of 15211 and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by both the council members for District 3 (Central South Neighborhoods) and District 2 (West Neighborhoods).

  • relation: Mount Washington (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Mount Washington (8 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q6924503
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q6924503
  • node: Mount Washington (OSM) 1,414 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=319
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Mount Washington (8 name matches)
Neill Log House (Q6989577)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Neill (Neal) Log House is a historic log cabin built in 1765 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is the oldest home in Pittsburgh. The other two oldest buildings in Pittsburgh are not homes. The Old Stone Inn was built in 1756(not confirmed) and The Fort Pitt Block House was built in 1764. The Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation placed a Historic Landmark Plaque on the building in 1970. In 1977, it was named a City of Pittsburgh Designated Historic Structure. It is part of Schenley Park U.S. Historic District

  • node: Neill Log House (OSM) 0.56 miles from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    ele=292
    name=Neill Log House (5 name matches)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q6989577
    wikipedia=en:Neill Log House
    addr:state=PA
    building:material=logs

    wikidata match: Q6989577
North Shore (Q7056659)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The North Shore is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's North Side. It has a zip code of 15212, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by both the council members for District 1 (North Neighborhoods) and 6 (North Shore/Downtown Neighborhoods). The neighborhood is home to Heinz Field, PNC Park and The Andy Warhol Museum.

  • relation: Pittsburgh (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Pittsburgh (1 name matches)
    is_in=USA, Pennsylvania
    place=city
    name:eo=Picburgo
    name:mi=Pitipāka
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q1342
    wikipedia=en:Pittsburgh
    short_name=PGH
    admin_level=8 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    border_type=city
    is_in:state=Pennsylvania
    is_in:country=USA
    is_in:iso_3166_2=US:PA
    is_in:state_code=PA
    is_in:country_code=US

    wikidata mismatch: Q1342
  • relation: North Shore (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=North Shore (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7056659
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q7056659
  • node: North Shore (OSM) 460 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=223
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=North Shore (4 name matches)
Highmark Stadium (Q5759571)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Highmark Stadium is a 5,000-seat soccer-specific stadium in Pittsburgh's Station Square which is home to Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC of the USL. The stadium was also home the Pittsburgh Rebellion women's football team for 2017. Three local colleges use the stadium for soccer, lacrosse and rugby, and six different local high schools will use the field for soccer and lacrosse. The $10.2 million project began with the demolishing and excavating of the former Trib Total Media Amphitheatre, building foundations for the scoreboard, light poles and grading foundations for the grandstands as well as the installation of underground utilities. The field surface is FIFA 2-star certified artificial turf, the highest rating that an artificial surface can achieve, one of only six fields in the country to earn that rating. Other fields to earn this rating in the United States include: Providence Park, CenturyLink Field, and Gillette Stadium, all of which house Major League Soccer franchises.

  • way: Highmark Stadium (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Highmark Stadium (3 name matches)
    sport=soccer
    leisure=stadium (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5759571

    wikidata match: Q5759571
  • way: Highmark Stadium (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Highmark Stadium (5 name matches)
    leisure=stadium (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
Hillman Library (Q5763359)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Hillman Library is the largest library and the center of administration for the University Library System (ULS) of the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Located on the corner of Forbes Avenue and Schenley Drive, diagonally across from the Cathedral of Learning, Hillman serves as the flagship of the approximately 7.1 million-volume University Library System at Pitt.

  • way: Hillman Library (OSM) exact location identifier match name match [show tags]
    name=Hillman Library (5 name matches)
    amenity=library (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=https://www.library.pitt.edu/
    building=university
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    wikidata=Q5763359
    wikipedia=en:Hillman Library
    addr:street=Forbes Ave
    addr:postcode=15260
    addr:housenumber=3960

    wikidata match: Q5763359
K&L Gates Center (Q6322399)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

K&L Gates Center is a skyscraper office building located in Downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The building (long known as One Oliver Plaza and briefly as FreeMarkets Center and later Ariba Center) was completed in 1968. It has 39 floors, and rises 511 feet or 156 meters above Downtown Pittsburgh. The building sits at the intersection of Liberty Avenue, Sixth Avenue and Wood Street. Facing the EQT Plaza tower across the street, it shares a city block with One PNC Plaza, Two PNC Plaza and Three PNC Plaza; this "superblock" was created by the closing of part of Oliver Avenue in the late 1960s. Located across the building is Wood Street Station, a subway station on Pittsburgh's light rail network.

  • way: K&L Gates Center (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=K&L Gates Center (6 name matches)
    height=156
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q6322399
    wikipedia=en:K&L Gates Center
    roof:shape=flat
    start_date=1968
    addr:street=Sixth Avenue
    roof:material=concrete
    building:colour=#AC6344
    building:levels=39
    addr:housenumber=210

    wikidata match: Q6322399
O'Reilly Theater (Q7071942)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The O'Reilly Theater is a 650-seat theater building, opened on December 11, 1999, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Located at 621 Penn Avenue in downtown Pittsburgh's Cultural District, the O'Reilly Theater is actually a three-part building: The 65,000 square feet (6,000 m2) theater (with a 150-seat rehearsal hall), a large parking garage called Theater Square, and the adjacent 23,000 square feet (2,100 m2) Agnes R. Katz Plaza.

  • way: O'Reilly Theater (OSM) exact location name match address match [show tags]
    name=O'Reilly Theater (6 name matches)
    amenity=theatre (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=http://www.trustarts.org/visit/facilities/oreilly/
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7071942
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=Penn Avenue
    addr:postcode=15222
    addr:housenumber=621

    wikidata match: Q7071942
Omni William Penn Hotel (Q7090344)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Omni William Penn Hotel is a 23 floor (3 underground) hotel located at 530 William Penn Place on Mellon Square in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. A variety of luminaries have stayed at the hotel, including John F. Kennedy. The hotel staff innovated Lawrence Welk's now famous bubble machine, and it was the site of Bob Hope's marriage proposal in 1934. The hotel has won numerous awards including being named to the "Best of Weddings 2009" list by The Knot and receiving the Editor's Choice Award in the Business Hotels category on Suite101.com.

  • way: Omni William Penn Hotel (OSM) exact location identifier match name match address match [show tags]
    name=Omni William Penn Hotel (5 name matches)
    phone=(412) 281-7100
    tourism=hotel (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=https://www.omnihotels.com/hotels/pittsburgh-william-penn
    building=yes
    wikidata=Q7090344
    wikipedia=en:Omni William Penn Hotel
    start_date=1916
    addr:street=William Penn Place
    building:levels=4
    addr:housenumber=530

    wikidata match: Q7090344
One PNC Plaza (Q7093103)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

One PNC Plaza is a high-rise office building located in the Golden Triangle neighborhood of the Central Business District of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Constructed in 1972, it is 129.24 m (424.0 ft) 30 stories. It houses the general offices for PNC Financial Services. The building is the former location of PNC's corporate headquarters before completion of the Tower at PNC Plaza.

  • way: One PNC Plaza (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=One PNC Plaza (5 name matches)
    height=129
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7093103
    wikipedia=en:One PNC Plaza
    roof:shape=flat
    start_date=1972
    addr:street=Fifth Avenue
    roof:material=concrete
    building:colour=#A7A084
    building:levels=30
    addr:housenumber=249

    wikidata match: Q7093103
Pennant (Q7163376)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Pennant is a station on the Port Authority of Allegheny County's light rail network, located in the Beechview neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The street level stop located in an especially hilly portion of a neighborhood known for its rolling terrain, providing access to commuters within walking distance.

  • node: Pennant (OSM) 16 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Pennant (3 name matches)
    tram=yes
    network=PAT
    operator=Port Authority of Allegheny County
    public_transport=stop_position
  • node: Pennant (OSM) 31 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Pennant (3 name matches)
    tram=yes
    network=PAT
    operator=Port Authority of Allegheny County
    public_transport=stop_position
  • node: Pennant (OSM) 24 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Pennant (3 name matches)
    railway=halt
    wikidata=Q7163376
    wikipedia=en:Pennant (PAT station)
    wheelchair=no

    wikidata match: Q7163376
Koppers Tower (Q6431177)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Koppers Building is a historical building in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, commissioned by Andrew W. Mellon and completed in 1929. The Building is named after the Koppers Chemical Corporation and is one of the major distinctive and recognizable features of Downtown Pittsburgh.

  • way: Koppers Tower (OSM) 5 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Koppers Tower (4 name matches)
    height=145
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q6431177
    wikipedia=en:Koppers Tower
    start_date=1929
    addr:street=Seventh Avenue
    building:levels=34
    addr:housenumber=436

    wikidata match: Q6431177
Larimer (Q6489367)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Larimer is a neighborhood in the East End of the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in the United States. The neighborhood takes its name from William Larimer, who grew up in nearby Westmoreland County and, after making a fortune in the railroad industry, built a manor house overlooking East Liberty along a path that came to be called "Larimer Lane" and later Larimer Avenue.

  • relation: Larimer (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Larimer (6 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q6489367
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q6489367
  • node: Larimer (OSM) 1,820 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=279
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Larimer (6 name matches)
Larimer School (Q6489371)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Larimer School in the Larimer neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is a school built in 1896. An addition was made in 1904, and the auditorium and gymnasium were added in 1931. The interior includes terrazzo floors and marble wainscotting. The exterior includes an ornately decorated door on the southwestern side of the building (perhaps Romanesque-inspired Renaissance Revival) with statues on pillars, a bas-relief sculpture over the door, and human faces near a marble portion of the roof. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.

  • node: Larimer School (OSM) 288 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    wikidata=Q6489371
    amenity=school (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=Larimer School (5 name matches)
    ele=277

    wikidata match: Q6489371
Madison Elementary School (Q6727968)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Madison Elementary School is a former elementary school in the Upper Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was built in 1902, and added to in 1929. The exterior features ornately decorated Romanesque-inspired doors and windows. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.

  • node: Madison Elementary School (OSM) 259 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    wikidata=Q6727968
    amenity=school (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=Madison Elementary School (5 name matches)
    ele=357

    wikidata match: Q6727968
Marshall-Shadeland (Q6773461)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Marshall-Shadeland is a neighborhood on Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's North Side. It has a zip codes of both 15212 and 15214, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 1 (North Neighborhoods).

  • relation: Marshall-Shadeland (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Marshall-Shadeland (6 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q6773461
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q6773461
  • node: Marshall Shadeland (OSM) 822 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=269
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Marshall Shadeland (6 name matches)
Mary Schenley Memorial Fountain (Q6780683)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Mary Schenley Memorial Fountain, also known as A Song to Nature, is a 1918 landmark public sculpture in bronze and granite by Victor David Brenner. It sits in Schenley Plaza at the entrance to Schenley Park and directly in front of the University of Pittsburgh's Frick Fine Arts Building in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. The fountain is designated as a contributing property to the Schenley Farms Historic District.

  • way: Mary Schenley Memorial Fountain (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Mary Schenley Memorial Fountain (3 name matches)
    amenity=fountain
    alt_name=A Song to Nature (1 name matches)
    wikidata=Q6780683
    wikipedia=en:Mary Schenley Memorial Fountain
    start_date=1918
    artist_name=Victor David Brenner
    artwork_type=sculpture (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q6780683
Mexican War Streets (Q6825998)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Mexican War Streets, originally known as the "Buena Vista Tract", is a historic district in the Central Northside neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in the United States. The district is densely filled with restored row houses, community gardens, and tree-lined streets and alleyways. The area dates to around the time of the Mexican–American War. The 27-acre (11 ha) district was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975 with 119 buildings deemed to contribute to the historic character of the district. In 2008, the district's listing was increased to include an additional 288 contributing buildings over a 25.7-acre (10.4 ha) area.

  • relation: Mexican War Streets Historic District (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Mexican War Streets Historic District (6 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=protected_area
    wikidata=Q6825998
    wikipedia=en:Mexican War Streets
    short_name=Mexican War Streets (6 name matches)

    wikidata match: Q6825998
Point Breeze North (Q7056366)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

North Point Breeze (or Point Breeze North) is a mostly residential neighborhood in the East End of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It has a zip code of 15208, and representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 9 (Northeast Neighborhoods).

  • relation: Point Breeze North (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Point Breeze North (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7056366
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q7056366
  • node: Point Breeze North (OSM) 237 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Point Breeze North (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
North Side (Q7056738)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

North Side is a station on the Port Authority of Allegheny County's light rail network. The stop serves the North Shore neighborhood and other adjacent North Side neighborhoods. PNC Park, the Pittsburgh Pirates baseball stadium; the Andy Warhol Museum; the Children's Museum of Pittsburgh; the National Aviary; and Allegheny Center are within walking distance.

  • way: North Side Station (OSM) 206 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=North Side Station (3 name matches)
    network=PAT
    railway=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=yes
    operator=Port Authority of Allegheny County
    wikidata=Q7056738
    wheelchair=yes
    public_transport=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q7056738
South Tenth Street Bridge (Q7568623)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

South Tenth Street Bridge, most often called the Tenth Street Bridge, but officially dubbed the Philip Murray Bridge, is a suspension bridge spanning the Monongahela River in Downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The bridge was renamed on Labor Day 2007 for Philip Murray, the first president of the United Steelworkers of America.

  • way: South 10th Street Bridge (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=South 10th Street Bridge (1 name matches)
    layer=2
    man_made=bridge (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7568623

    wikidata match: Q7568623
The Church Brew Works (Q7722850)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Church Brew Works is a brewpub in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, set in the confines of a restored Roman Catholic church (formerly St. John the Baptist Church).

  • node: The Church Brew Works (OSM) 86 feet from Wikidata name match address match [show tags]
    name=The Church Brew Works (6 name matches)
    phone=(412) 688-8200
    amenity=restaurant (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    cuisine=american
    website=https://churchbrew.com/
    addr:street=Liberty Avenue
    opening_hours=Mo-Th 11:30-23:45;Fr-Sa 11:30-01:00;Su 12:00-21:45
    addr:housenumber=3525
    wikidata=Q7722850

    wikidata match: Q7722850
Perry Traditional Academy (Q7169960)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Perry Traditional Academy, also known as Pittsburgh Perry High School, is a high school in the Perry North neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Perry is one of ten high schools in the Pittsburgh Public Schools. During desegregation in 1974, it was a center for racial tensions.

Holy Ghost Byzantine Catholic Church (Q5885560)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Holy Ghost Byzantine Catholic Church is an Eastern Catholic church in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. It is located in the city's North Side neighborhood at 1437 Superior Avenue. Today it is best known as the church from which the funeral services of artist Andy Warhol were held in 1987.

  • way: Holy Ghost Byzantine Church (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    ele=246
    name=Holy Ghost Byzantine Church (3 name matches)
    amenity=place_of_worship (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    religion=christian (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5885560

    wikidata match: Q5885560
Schenley High School (Q7431174)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Schenley High School, located in the North Oakland neighborhood at the edge of the Hill District in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is a historic building opened in 1916 that was a part of the Pittsburgh Public Schools. The Schenley High School building was closed in June 2008 in a 5-4 vote by the school district due to issues with asbestos. Its staff and students were relocated the following year. The Schenley name was retired and its last class graduated in 2011. On February 28, 2013 the Pittsburgh School Board approved the sale of Schenley High School to the PMC Property Group of Philadelphia in a 5-4 vote.

  • way: Schenley High School (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    ele=302
    name=Schenley High School (6 name matches)
    amenity=school (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=school
    wikidata=Q7431174

    wikidata match: Q7431174
Shadyside Presbyterian Church (Q7460967)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Shadyside Presbyterian Church is a large congregation of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) in an historic part of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Located at the corner of Amberson Avenue and Westminster Place in the Shadyside neighborhood, Shadyside Presbyterian Church was founded in 1866 as a congregation in the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. and has enjoyed a long history of local, national, and global recognition for its outreach and service.

  • way: Shadyside Presbyterian Church (OSM) 49 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Shadyside Presbyterian Church (5 name matches)
    amenity=place_of_worship (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    religion=christian (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7460967
    denomination=presbyterian

    wikidata match: Q7460967
James Scott House (Q6142869)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The James Scott House (also known as Altholl) at 5635 Stanton Avenue in the Highland Park neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was built in 1900 in the Colonial Revival style. A carriage house was added two years later.

  • way: 5635 Stanton Avenue (OSM) exact location address match [show tags]
    building=house (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q6142869
    addr:street=Stanton Avenue
    addr:postcode=15206
    addr:housenumber=5635

    wikidata match: Q6142869
Knoxville (Q6423649)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Knoxville is a neighborhood in southern Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is part of zip code 15210, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 3 (Central South Neighborhoods).

  • relation: Knoxville (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Knoxville (5 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q6423649
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q6423649
  • node: Knoxville (OSM) 514 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=340
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Knoxville (5 name matches)
Log Cabin (Q6666794)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Log Cabin at the University of Pittsburgh, located near Forbes Avenue, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania adjacent to the school's Cathedral of Learning, serves as a landmark that symbolizes the university's origins on the 18th Century western frontier of the early United States. The current log cabin, estimated to date from the 1820s to 1830s, was reconstructed on the university's campus for its bicentennial celebration in order to represent Pitt’s original log structure that served the institution through the school's founding in 1787 to the construction of a brick building sometime in the 1790s. The Log Cabin often appears in images and promotional material, particularly when relating to the history of the university.

  • way: Log Cabin (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Log Cabin (2 name matches)
    building=university (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    wikidata=Q6666794
    wikipedia=en:Log Cabin (University of Pittsburgh)

    wikidata match: Q6666794
Mattress Factory (Q6791877)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Mattress Factory is a contemporary art museum located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was a pioneer of site-specific installation art and features permanent installations by artists Yayoi Kusama, James Turrell, and Greer Lankton. The museum's roof itself is a light art installation and part of Pittsburgh's Northside evening skyline.

  • node: Mattress Factory (OSM) 36 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    addr:street=Sampsonia Street
    name=Mattress Factory (6 name matches)
    opening_hours=Tu-Sa 10:00-17:00; Su 13:00-17:00
    name:en=Mattress Factory (6 name matches)
    addr:housenumber=500
    wikidata=Q6791877
    tourism=museum (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q6791877
Music Building (Q6941458)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Music Building is an academic building of the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States, and a contributing property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District. A Longfellow, Alden & Harlow-designed mansion that was originally the home of the pastor of a neighboring church and former university chancellor, it also served as the home to a local chapter of the Knights of Columbus, as chemical laboratories, and as the first home of educational television station WQED and that station's original production site for Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. Today it is home to the University of Pittsburgh's Department of Music and the school's Theodore M. Finney Music Library.

  • way: Music Building (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Music Building (2 name matches)
    website=http://www.music.pitt.edu/
    building=university (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    wikidata=Q6941458
    wikipedia=en:Music Building (University of Pittsburgh)

    wikidata match: Q6941458
Nationality Rooms (Q6979818)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Nationality Rooms are a collection of 30 classrooms in the University of Pittsburgh's Cathedral of Learning depicting and donated by the national and ethnic groups that helped build the city of Pittsburgh. The rooms are designated as a Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation historical landmark and are located on the 1st and 3rd floors of the Cathedral of Learning, itself a national historic landmark, on the University of Pittsburgh's main campus in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Although of museum caliber, 28 of the 30 rooms are regularly used as functional classrooms that are utilized daily by University of Pittsburgh faculty and students, while the other two (the Early American and Syrian-Lebanon) are mostly used as display rooms viewed through glass doors and are otherwise utilized primarily for special events and can only be explored via special guided tour. The Nationality Rooms also serve in a vigorous program of intercultural involvement and exchange in which the original organizing committees for the individual rooms remain as participants and includes a program of annual student scholarship to facilitate study abroad. In addition, the Nationality Rooms inspire lectures, seminars, concerts exhibitions, and social events which focus on the various heritages and traditions of the nations represented. The various national, traditional, and religious holidays of the nations represented are celebrated on campus and the rooms are appropriately decorated to reflect these occasions. The Nationality Rooms are available daily for public tours as long as the particular room is not being used for a class or other university function.

  • node: Nationality Rooms (OSM) 157 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    website=http://www.nationalityrooms.pitt.edu/
    wikipedia=en:Nationality Rooms
    wikidata=Q6979818
    name=Nationality Rooms (4 name matches)
    tourism=museum (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    operator=University of Pittsburgh

    wikidata match: Q6979818
Ohio Connecting Railroad Bridge (Q7080785)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Ohio Connecting Railroad Bridge is a steel bridge which crosses the Ohio River at Brunot's Island at the west end of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. It consists of two major through truss spans over the main and back channels of the river, of 508 feet (155 m) and 406 feet (124 m) respectively, with deck truss approaches.

  • way: Ohio Connecting Railroad Bridge (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Ohio Connecting Railroad Bridge (6 name matches)
    layer=2
    man_made=bridge (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7080785

    wikidata match: Q7080785
Panther Hollow (Q7131792)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Panther Hollow is a small, somewhat isolated neighborhood at the bottom of Joncaire Street in Junction Hollow that runs along Boundary Street and is located in the Central Oakland section of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The neighborhood was settled in late 19th century mostly by Italian immigrants from Pizzoferrato and Gamberale, Italy. Even today, park benches and picnic tables in the neighborhood are painted in the red, white, and green of the Italian flag and a sign post marks the distance to the two Italian cities from which most of the original residents arrived. Among its most famous such residents was Pittsburgh boxing legend Mose Butch. A remembrance memorial in the neighborhood, dedicated on December 2, 2007, commemorates the original 95 families that first settled in the neighborhood.

  • node: Panther Hollow (OSM) 996 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    wikidata=Q7131792
    alt_name=Junction Hollow
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikipedia=en:Panther Hollow
    name=Panther Hollow (6 name matches)

    wikidata match: Q7131792
Pitt Public Health building (Q7139756)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Parran Hall is the former name of an academic building on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh on Fifth Avenue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. The building, constructed to house the Graduate School of Public Health, was completed in 1957, and designed by Eggers & Higgins, architects of the Dirksen Senate Office Building, in the International Style with a major addition by Deeter-Ritchey-Sippel and Crump completed in 1967. The school was founded in 1948 with a $13.6 million grant ($141.8 million today) from the A.W. Mellon Educational and Charitable Trust. It was originally named after Thomas Parran Jr., a former head of the United States Public Health Service at the time the Public Health Service was sponsoring the Tuskegee experiment, in which patients with syphilis were studied but did not receive treatment for the disease.

  • way: Pitt Public Health (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Pitt Public Health (1 name matches)
    name:en=Pitt Public Health (1 name matches)
    website=http://www.publichealth.pitt.edu/
    building=university (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    wikidata=Q7139756
    architect=Eggers & Higgins

    wikidata match: Q7139756
Pennsylvania Canal Tunnel (Q7163676)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Pennsylvania Canal Tunnel was the Pittsburgh terminus of the Pennsylvania Main Line of Public Works, a transportation system that involved other early tunnels. Construction was authorized February 8, 1827, and the tunnel was completed November 10, 1829. The canal crossed the Allegheny River on a covered bridge aqueduct, later replaced by John A. Roebling's first suspension bridge, the Allegheny Aqueduct., the canal traveled underground through most of downtown Pittsburgh, under Grant's Hill, to end in a lock leading to the Monongahela River. The original plan was to connect with the C&O canal at the Monongahela River, but that canal never reached its expected western end, and the tunnel's main use was to allow overflow from the canal to enter the Monongahela. Only one or two canal boats ever went through the tunnel and lock. The tunnel was made obsolete by the arrival of the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1852.

  • way: Pennsylvania Canal Tunnel (OSM) 221 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Pennsylvania Canal Tunnel (3 name matches)
    layer=-1
    tunnel=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    waterway=derelict_canal
    wikidata=Q7163676
    wikipedia=en:Pennsylvania Canal Tunnel

    wikidata match: Q7163676
Perry North (Q7169862)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Perry North (also known as Observatory Hill) is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA's north city area. It lies within zip codes 15212 and 15214, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 1 (North Neighborhoods). The highest elevation in Pittsburgh is 1,370 feet at the Brashear Reservoir at the top of Observatory Hill. The Pittsburgh Bureau of fire houses 34 Engine in Perry North.

  • relation: Perry North (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Perry North (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7169862
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q7169862
  • node: Perry North (OSM) 2,194 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=278
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Perry North (4 name matches)
Pittsburgh Glass Center (Q7199292)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Pittsburgh Glass Center is a gallery, glass studio, and public-access school dedicated to teaching, creating and promoting studio glass art. It is located on Penn Avenue in the Garfield neighborhood of Pittsburgh. It has features works by Paul Joseph Stankard and classes taught by Dante Marioni, Davide Salvadore, and Cesare Toffolo.

  • node: Pittsburgh Glass Center (OSM) 53 feet from Wikidata identifier match name match [show tags]
    name=Pittsburgh Glass Center (3 name matches)
    shop=art
    craft=glass
    tourism=museum (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=https://www.pittsburghglasscenter.org/
    wikidata=Q7199292
    addr:street=Penn Avenue
    addr:housenumber=5472

    wikidata match: Q7199292
Rachel Carson Bridge (Q7279183)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Rachel Carson Bridge, also known as the Ninth Street Bridge, spans the Allegheny River in Downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in the United States. The total length is 840 feet (260 m) including the 410-foot (120 m) main span and two 215-foot (66 m) side spans, or 995 feet (303 m) including the approaches. The total width of the deck is 62 feet (19 m), including the 38-foot (12 m) roadway plus two 10-foot (3.0 m) sidewalks outside the compressive plate girder. Whereas the roadway formerly carried two vehicle lanes and two streetcar tracks, it now carries four wide vehicle lanes.

  • way: Rachel Carson Bridge (OSM) 11 feet from Wikidata identifier match name match [show tags]
    lcn=yes
    name=Rachel Carson Bridge (4 name matches)
    lanes=4
    layer=1
    bridge=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    highway=tertiary
    surface=concrete
    old_name=9th Street Bridge
    ref:nrhp=86000019
    wikipedia=en:Rachel Carson Bridge
    bridge:structure=suspension (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7279183

    wikidata match: Q7279183
Ruskin Hall (Q7380956)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Ruskin Hall is a residence hall at the University of Pittsburgh and a contributing property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District.[1][2]. Constructed in 1921-22 by H. L. Stevens & Company, with an annex added in 1925-26, it is an eight-story building which is located between the Music Building and Information Sciences Building between Ruskin and Bellefield Avenues near Fifth Avenue on Pitt's main campus in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. [3] Ruskin Hall recently underwent a $19.4 million conversion and renovation from medical student housing into undergraduate apartment-style housing that opened in 2008.

  • way: Ruskin Hall (OSM) 4 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Ruskin Hall (5 name matches)
    building=dormitory (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    operator=University of Pittsburgh
    wikidata=Q7380956
    architect=H.L. Stevens & Company

    wikidata match: Q7380956
Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Cathedral (Q7401948)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Cathedral located at 419 South Dithridge Street in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was designed by architect Thomas Hannah and built in 1904. The First Congregational Church built the structure and used it until 1921, but it has been a Greek Orthodox Church since 1923. Currently, it is part of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, and seat of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Pittsburgh. This Classical Revival style church building was added to the List of Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmarks in 1982.

  • way: St Nicholas Greek Orthodox Cathedral (OSM) exact location name match address match [show tags]
    name=St Nicholas Greek Orthodox Cathedral (3 name matches)
    amenity=place_of_worship (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=http://www.stnickspgh.org/
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    religion=christian (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7401948
    addr:street=South Dithridge St
    denomination=greek_orthodox
    addr:postcode=15213
    addr:housenumber=419

    wikidata match: Q7401948
Traymore (Q7836491)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Traymore was a station on the Port Authority of Allegheny County's light rail network, located in the Beechview neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The street level stop was located in an especially hilly portion of the area known for its rolling terrain, providing access to commuters within walking distance via concrete stairs at the dead end of Traymore Avenue.

  • node: Traymore (OSM) 21 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    name=Traymore (2 name matches)
    wikidata=Q7836491
    wikipedia=en:Traymore (PAT station)
    disused:railway=station

    wikidata match: Q7836491
Liberty Bridge (Q6541627)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Liberty Bridge, completed in 1928, connects downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to the Liberty Tunnels and the South Hills neighborhoods beyond. It crosses the Monongahela River and intersects Interstate 579 (the Crosstown Boulevard) at its northern terminus.

  • way: Liberty Bridge (OSM) 16 feet from Wikidata [show tags]
    foot=no
    name=Liberty Bridge
    lanes=4
    layer=2
    bridge=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    oneway=no
    bicycle=no
    highway=trunk
    heritage=2
    historic=yes
    maxspeed=40 mph
    ref:nrhp=88000867
    wikidata=Q6541627
    wikipedia=en:Liberty Bridge (Pittsburgh)
    expressway=yes
    start_date=1928
    bridge:name=Liberty Bridge
    ref:penndot=SR 3069
    heritage:operator=nrhp

    wikidata match: Q6541627
Lincoln Elementary School (Q6550659)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Lincoln Elementary School (also known as Pittsburgh Lincoln K-8) located in the Larimer neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is a building from 1931. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.

  • node: Lincoln Elementary School (OSM) 187 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    wikidata=Q6550659
    amenity=school (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=Lincoln Elementary School (5 name matches)
    ele=280

    wikidata match: Q6550659
McNeilly (Q6802537)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

McNeilly is a station on the Overbrook branch of the Port Authority of Allegheny County's light rail network. It is located in the Overbrook neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The station features no parking or connecting buses, but is located on a crowded strip of small businesses and many area residents are within walking distance of the station, providing easy access to Downtown.

  • node: McNeilly (OSM) 95 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    wikidata=Q6802537
    operator=Port Authority of Allegheny County
    name=McNeilly (3 name matches)
    network=PAT
    railway=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    public_transport=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wheelchair=yes

    wikidata match: Q6802537
Mifflin Elementary School (Q6844001)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Mifflin Elementary School in the Lincoln Place neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is a building from 1932. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.

  • node: Mifflin Elementary School (OSM) 414 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    amenity=school (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=347
    wikidata=Q6844001
    name=Mifflin Elementary School (5 name matches)

    wikidata match: Q6844001
Morningside (Q6912971)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Morningside is a neighborhood on Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's East End. It has two zip codes, 15201 and 15206, and has a representation on Pittsburgh City Council by Deb Gross for District 7 (North Central East Neighborhoods).

  • relation: Morningside (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Morningside (6 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q6912971
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q6912971
  • node: Morningside (OSM) 934 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=278
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Morningside (6 name matches)
Mount Oliver Incline (Q6922553)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Mount Oliver Incline was a funicular on the South Side of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was designed in 1871 by the Prussian engineer John Endres and his daughter Caroline Endres. Its track was 1600 feet long and gained 377 feet of elevation. It ran from the corner of Freyburg and South Twelfth Streets at its lower end to Warrington Avenue at its upper end. It was closed on 6 July 1951.

  • way: Mount Oliver Incline (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    wikipedia=en:Mount Oliver Incline
    railway=abandoned (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q6922553
    old_railway_operator=Pittsburgh Railways
    service=abandoned_funicular
    name=Mount Oliver Incline (5 name matches)

    wikidata match: Q6922553
Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Pittsburgh Branch (Q5440376)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Pittsburgh Branch Office is one of two Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland branch offices (the other is in Cincinnati). The Pittsburgh Office of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland hosts one of two savings bonds processing sites in the nation. The Pittsburgh branch presides over Jefferson, Monroe and Belmont counties in Ohio, Wetzel, Tyler, Pleasants, Marshall, Ohio, Brooke and Hancock counties in West Virginia, and all of Western Pennsylvania. In 1915 it was revealed that the Pittsburgh branch location was to be the new home of a relocated Cleveland Fed District with a majority vote secured on the board of governors, but the U.S. Attorney General at the time nixed moving the Cleveland, Kansas City, Minneapolis, Boston and Atlanta Federal Reserve Districts, stating that it would instead take an act of Congress to move those district headquarters. Pittsburgh remained a branch location only.

  • way: Federal Reserve Bank Building (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Federal Reserve Bank Building
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    old_name=Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Pittsburgh Branch Office (1 name matches)
    wikipedia=en:Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Pittsburgh Branch
    start_date=1931
    addr:street=Grant Street
    building:levels=7
    addr:housenumber=717
    wikidata=Q5440376

    wikidata match: Q5440376
SouthSide Works (Q7565324)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

SouthSide Works is an open-air retail, office, entertainment, and residential complex (often referred to as a lifestyle center) located on the South Side of the city of Pittsburgh and just across the Monongahela River from the Pittsburgh Technology Center, the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University. The $300 million complex ($408.6 million today) opened in stages between 2002 and 2004 and offers more than 34 acres (140,000 m2) of shops, offices, hotels and apartments, and has a new urbanist design. The site has over 330,000 square feet (30,000 m2) of specialty retail, restaurant, hotel, and apartment space. In addition, the site has 700,000 square feet (70,000 m2) of office space.

  • way: SouthSide Works (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=SouthSide Works (5 name matches)
    landuse=retail (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    alt_name=South Side Works (5 name matches)
    wikipedia=en:SouthSide Works
    wikidata=Q7565324

    wikidata match: Q7565324
South Side Flats (Q7568473)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The South Side Flats is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's South Side area. It is located just south of the Monongahela River. The neighborhood has one of the City of Pittsburgh's largest concentrations of 19th-century homes, which has prompted outsiders to call the neighborhood the City's Georgetown. It includes many bars and restaurants as well as residences. The main throughway in the South Side Flats is East Carson Street. The street is home to a significant portion of Pittsburgh's nightlife.

  • relation: South Side Flats (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=South Side Flats (5 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7568473
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q7568473
  • node: South Side Flats (OSM) 1,751 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=228
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=South Side Flats (5 name matches)
Spring Garden (Q7580505)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Spring Garden is a small neighborhood on Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's North Side. It takes its name from Spring Garden Avenue, which follows the floor of the valley that separates the two adjacent hilltop neighborhoods of Spring Hill and Troy Hill. Like those neighborhoods, Spring Garden was initially settled by the descendants of Germans and Austrians who had emigrated from Europe to East Allegheny in Allegheny City. These initial residents of Spring Garden worked in slaughterhouses, rendering factories, and tanneries located in this valley neighborhood.

  • relation: Spring Garden (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Spring Garden (6 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7580505
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q7580505
  • node: Spring Garden (OSM) 1,047 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=272
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Spring Garden (6 name matches)
St. Edmund's Academy (Q7587783)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

St. Edmund's Academy is an independent nonsectarian coeducational primary and middle day school located in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Established in 1947, St. Edmund's offers programs from preschool through eighth grade. Although founded as an all-boys Episcopal school in association with the Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh, St. Edmund's no longer maintains a religious affiliation and accepts students of either sex and any religious background. The school is named after ninth-century king and martyr Edmund of East Anglia.

  • relation: Saint Edmunds Academy (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    ele=338
    name=Saint Edmunds Academy (4 name matches)
    amenity=school (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=school
    wikidata=Q7587783

    wikidata match: Q7587783
State Correctional Institution – Pittsburgh (Q7603157)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

State Correctional Institution – Pittsburgh (historically known as the "Western Penitentiary" or "Western Pen") was a low-to-medium security correctional institution, operated by the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections, located about five miles west of Downtown Pittsburgh and within city limits. The facility is on the banks of the Ohio River, and is located on 21 acres of land. (12 acres within the perimeter fence.) It was the first prison west of the Atlantic Plain as well as a major Civil War prison in 1863–1864.

  • way: State Correctional Institution – Pittsburgh (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=State Correctional Institution – Pittsburgh (5 name matches)
    phone=+1 412 761 1955
    amenity=prison (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    barrier=wall
    website=https://www.cor.pa.gov/Facilities/StatePrisons/Pages/Pittsburgh.aspx
    wikidata=Q7603157
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:State Correctional Institution – Pittsburgh
    addr:state=PA
    short_name=SCI Pittsburgh (5 name matches)
    addr:street=Beaver Avenue
    addr:country=US
    addr:postcode=15233
    addr:housenumber=3001

    wikidata match: Q7603157
Stevens Elementary School (Q7615468)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Thaddeus Stevens Elementary School (also known as Thaddeus Stevens School, and Pittsburgh Stevens K-8) located at 824 Crucible Street in the Elliott neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was built in 1939. It was a part of Pittsburgh Public Schools and served Elliott, Esplen, Sheraden, West End, and Westgate Village.

  • node: Thaddeus Stevens Elementary School (OSM) 155 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    ele=283
    name=Thaddeus Stevens Elementary School (1 name matches)
    amenity=school (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7615468

    wikidata match: Q7615468
The Ellis School (Q7731821)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Ellis School is an independent, all-girls, college-preparatory school located in the Shadyside neighborhood in the East End of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The school serves girls age 3 to grade 12.

  • node: Ellis School (OSM) 93 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    amenity=school (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=290
    wikidata=Q7731821
    name=Ellis School (4 name matches)

    wikidata match: Q7731821
Joseph F. Weis, Jr. United States Courthouse (Q7891103)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Joseph F. Weis, Jr. U.S. Courthouse is a Beaux Arts style building located at 700 Grant Street, Pittsburgh in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. It is a courthouse of the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.

  • way: Joseph F. Weis, Jr. U.S. Courthouse (OSM) exact location name match address match [show tags]
    name=Joseph F. Weis, Jr. U.S. Courthouse (5 name matches)
    amenity=courthouse (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    alt_name=United States Post Office and Courthouse (1 name matches)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikipedia=en:United States Post Office and Courthouse (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
    addr:street=Grant Street
    postal_code=15222
    addr:housenumber=700
    wikidata=Q7891103

    wikidata match: Q7891103
McCleary Elementary School (Q15252509)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The McCleary Elementary School (also known as McCleary Traditional Academy, and more recently as McCleary Early Childhood Center) in the Upper Lawrenceville neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is a building from 1900. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.

  • way: McCleary School (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    ele=241
    name=McCleary School (1 name matches)
    amenity=school
    wikidata=Q15252509

    wikidata match: Q15252509
Bigham House (Q4906944)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Bigham House located at 655 Pennridge Road in Chatham Village, in the Mount Washington neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was built in 1849. This was the former house of abolitionist lawyer Thomas James Bigham (1810-1884), and was "purportedly a station on the Underground Railroad". These days, this Classical Revival house is part of Chatham Village and is used as a community clubhouse known as Chatham Hall. Chatham Village is on the National Register of Historic Places and is a National Landmark District, and this house was individually added to the List of Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmarks in 1990.

  • node: 655 Pennridge Road (OSM) 25 feet from Wikidata address match [show tags]
    wikidata=Q4906944
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    wikipedia=en:Bigham House
    addr:state=PA
    start_date=1849
    addr:street=Pennridge Road
    addr:country=US
    addr:housenumber=655

    wikidata match: Q4906944
Highland Building (Q5758682)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Highland Building is a 13-story building in the East Liberty neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Construction on the a building was completed in 1909, with Daniel Burnham being the principal designer. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991.

  • way: Highland Building (OSM) 259 feet from Wikidata [show tags]
    name=Highland Building
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ref:nrhp=91001123
    wikidata=Q5758682
    wikipedia=en:Highland Building
    start_date=1909
    addr:street=South Highland Avenue
    building:levels=13
    addr:housenumber=121

    wikidata match: Q5758682
South Shore (Q7568434)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The South Shore is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania South Side. The South Shore consists of the area surrounding Carson Street, from the West End Bridge to the Liberty Bridge.

  • relation: South Shore (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=South Shore (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7568434
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q7568434
  • node: South Shore (OSM) 0.75 miles from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=South Shore (4 name matches)
Northview Heights (Q7059859)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Northview Heights is a neighborhood in the North Side of the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. It has a zip codes of both 15212 and 15214, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 1 (North Neighborhoods).

  • relation: Northview Heights (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Northview Heights (4 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7059859
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q7059859
  • node: Northview Heights (OSM) 843 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=360
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Northview Heights (4 name matches)
Oliver Building (Q7087430)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Henry W. Oliver Building is a 25-story, 106 m (348 ft) skyscraper at 535 Smithfield Street, across from Mellon Square in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The building was designed by Daniel Burnham and built 1908-10, consisting of a stone and terra cotta facade over a steel frame. It cost $3.5 million ($97.6 million today)

  • way: Embassy Suites by Hilton Pittsburgh Downtown (OSM) exact location address match [show tags]
    name=Embassy Suites by Hilton Pittsburgh Downtown
    height=106
    tourism=hotel
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikipedia=en:Oliver Building (Pittsburgh)
    start_date=1910
    addr:street=Smithfield Street
    building:levels=25
    addr:housenumber=535
    wikidata=Q7087430

    wikidata match: Q7087430
Palm Garden (Q7128035)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Palm Garden is a station on the Port Authority of Allegheny County's light rail network, located in the Mount Washington neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The stop is located in a segment of track where The T runs parallel to the South Busway. Shared with many bus routes, it serves as a transfer station, and also provides access to residences along the back slope of Mount Washington. The station is named for the large Palm Garden Apartments complex, which is centered on the stop.

  • node: Palm Garden (OSM) 30 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    wikidata=Q7128035
    operator=Port Authority of Allegheny County
    name=Palm Garden (3 name matches)
    network=PAT
    railway=tram_stop
    public_transport=station (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q7128035
Phipps Conservatory & Botanical Gardens (Q7186407)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens is a botanical garden set in Schenley Park, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. It is a City of Pittsburgh historic landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

  • way: Phipps Conservatory (OSM) 58 feet from Wikidata identifier match name match [show tags]
    name=Phipps Conservatory (14 name matches)
    leisure=garden (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name:en=Phipps Conservatory (14 name matches)
    website=https://phipps.conservatory.org/
    wikidata=Q7186407

    wikidata match: Q7186407
Pittsburgh and Castle Shannon Plane (Q7199421)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Pittsburgh and Castle Shannon Plane was a 3 ft 4 in (1,016 mm) narrow gauge incline railway that ran from the northern end of the Pittsburgh and Castle Shannon Tunnel to Carson Street in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Originally built to carry coal from the Jacob Beltzhoover mine, it was sold by the Pittsburgh Coal Company to the Pittsburgh and Castle Shannon Railroad in 1871. It was used only for coal as early as 1864, passenger traffic was added in 1874 for the Pittsburgh and Castle Shannon Railroad. For safety reasons, the tunnel was closed to passenger traffic, and passengers were diverted to the Castle Shannon Incline, constructed in 1890. Emergency use of the plane for passengers and freight continued as late as 1900. Its use for the transport of passengers and freight other than coal was made obsolete by the Mount Washington Transit Tunnel. Operation as a coal incline continued until May 1, 1912. It was operated as a gravity plane, with returning empty cars being pulled to the mine mouth by the weight of the descending full coal cars.

  • way: Pittsburgh and Castle Shannon Plane (OSM) 4 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    wikipedia=en:Pittsburgh and Castle Shannon Plane
    old_railway_operator=Pittsburgh and Castle Shannon Railroad
    railway=abandoned (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7199421
    service=abandoned_funicular
    name=Pittsburgh and Castle Shannon Plane (5 name matches)

    wikidata match: Q7199421
Regent Square (Q7308105)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Regent Square is a distinct neighborhood in the East End of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. According to the Regent Square Civic Association, it is "a neighborhood that includes portions of the municipalities of Pittsburgh, Edgewood, Swissvale and Wilkinsburg". It is also the name of one of the 90 neighborhoods within the City of Pittsburgh's limits, which leads to some confusion among residents. In 2017, it was named the #1 neighborhood to live in Pittsburgh and the #17 best neighborhood in the United States by Niche.com.

  • relation: Regent Square (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Regent Square (6 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=http://regentsquare-rsca.org/
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7308105
    wikipedia=en:Regent Square

    wikidata match: Q7308105
  • node: Regent Square (OSM) 1,547 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=Regent Square (6 name matches)
Langley High School (Pittsburgh) (Q15241542)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Langley K-8, formerly Langley High School, is a public school in the Sheraden neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States.

  • node: Langley K-8 (OSM) 87 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    ele=280
    name=Langley K-8 (1 name matches)
    amenity=school (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q15241542

    wikidata match: Q15241542
Three PNC Plaza (Q7797679)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Three PNC Plaza is a 361 ft (110 m) tall skyscraper in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was announced on December 19, 2005 and completed in 2009 with 23 floors. It was the tallest building constructed in the city since Highmark Tower was completed in 1988, until The Tower at PNC Plaza was completed in 2015. It contains 326,000 square feet (30,300 m2) of office space, a 185-room Fairmont Hotel, 28 condominium units, and ground level retail. The $179 million ($230 million in current dollars) project created 800 construction-related jobs with a $35 million payroll ($44.9 million in current dollars). Thirteen buildings were demolished to make way for the building.

  • way: Three PNC Plaza (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Three PNC Plaza (5 name matches)
    height=110
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7797679
    wikipedia=en:Three PNC Plaza
    start_date=2009
    addr:street=Fifth Avenue
    building:levels=23
    addr:housenumber=201

    wikidata match: Q7797679
Rogers Middle School for the Creative and Performing Arts (Q7359313)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Rogers Middle School for the Creative and Performing Arts (Rogers CAPA) was an arts magnet school located in Garfield, near East Liberty, and Highland Park neighborhoods of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Rogers CAPA offers students nine Arts majors: Creative Writing, Dance, Drama, Instrumental, Multimedia, Piano, Stagecraft, Visual Arts, and Vocal.

Highland Park (Q5758953)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Highland Park is a neighborhood in the northeastern part of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Highland Park, the neighborhood, fully encompasses the park with the same name.

  • relation: Highland Park (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Highland Park (6 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
  • node: Highland Park (OSM) 0.57 miles from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    wikidata=Q5758953
    name=Highland Park (6 name matches)
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=295

    wikidata match: Q5758953
Hill District (Q5762101)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Hill District is a grouping of historically African American neighborhoods in the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Beginning in the years leading up to World War I "the Hill" was the cultural center of black life in the city and a major center of jazz. Despite its cultural and economic vibrancy, in the mid-1950s a substantial area was slated for redevelopment, displacing about 8,000 individuals and leading to the neighborhood's dramatic economic decline.

  • relation: Middle Hill (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Middle Hill (2 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
  • node: Hill District (OSM) 87 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=303
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Hill District (6 name matches)
  • node: Middle Hill (OSM) 0.54 miles from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    wikidata=Q5762101
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=Middle Hill (2 name matches)

    wikidata match: Q5762101
Homestead Grays Bridge (Q5890508)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Homestead Grays Bridge, also known as the (Homestead) High Level Bridge, was built in 1936 and spans the Monongahela River between Homestead Borough and the southernmost tip of Pittsburgh's Squirrel Hill neighborhood. It is notable as the first bridge to incorporate the Wichert Truss, which uses a quadrilateral shape over each support, into its design. This made the truss statically determinate, so that forces in the structural members could be calculated.

  • way: Homestead Grays Bridge (OSM) 200 feet from Wikidata identifier match name match [show tags]
    lcn=yes
    name=Homestead Grays Bridge (4 name matches)
    lanes=4
    layer=1
    bridge=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    highway=primary
    maxspeed=25 mph
    old_name=Homestead Highlevel Bridge (1 name matches)
    ref:nrhp=86000016
    sidewalk=both
    lanes:forward=2
    lanes:backward=2
    historic:railway=tram
    wikidata=Q5890508

    wikidata match: Q5890508
Homewood Cemetery (Q5890686)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Homewood Cemetery is a historic cemetery in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. It is located in Point Breeze and is bordered by Frick Park, the neighborhood of Squirrel Hill, and the smaller Smithfield Cemetery.

  • way: Homewood Cemetery (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Homewood Cemetery (7 name matches)
    landuse=cemetery (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q5890686

    wikidata match: Q5890686
Monongahela Incline (Q6901799)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Monongahela Incline is a funicular located near the Smithfield Street Bridge in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Built by John Endres in 1870, it is the oldest continuously operating funicular in the United States. It is also one of two surviving inclines (the other is the nearby Duquesne Incline) from the original 17 passenger-carrying inclines built in Pittsburgh starting in the late 19th century. Its lower station is across the street from the Station Square shopping complex, and is easily accessible from the light rail system at the Station Square station.

  • way: Monongahela Incline (OSM) 53 feet from Wikidata [show tags]
    name=Monongahela Incline
    gauge=1524
    layer=1
    bridge=yes
    incline=down
    railway=funicular (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ref:nrhp=74001742
    wikidata=Q6901799
    wikipedia=en:Monongahela Incline

    wikidata match: Q6901799
Oakwood (Q7074283)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Oakwood is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's southwest city area. It has a zip code of 15205, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 2 (West Neighborhoods).

  • relation: Oakwood (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Oakwood (6 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7074283
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q7074283
  • node: Oakwood (OSM) 308 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=Oakwood (6 name matches)
Perry South (Q7169892)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Perry South (also known as Perry Hilltop) is a neighborhood on Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's North Side.

  • relation: Perry South (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Perry South (7 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7169892
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q7169892
  • node: Perry Hilltop (OSM) 2,413 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    ele=326
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    name=Perry Hilltop (2 name matches)
  • node: Perry South (OSM) 576 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    name=Perry South (7 name matches)
Pittsburgh Creative and Performing Arts School (Q7199264)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Pittsburgh Creative and Performing Arts 6–12 (CAPA) is a magnet school located in the Cultural District of Downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. CAPA is one of four 6th to 12th grade schools in the Pittsburgh Public Schools. It was formed from a merger between CAPA High School and Rogers CAPA Middle School.

Pittsburgh metropolitan area (Q7199458)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Greater Pittsburgh Region is a populous region in the United States which is named for its largest city and economic center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. There are several official and unofficial boundary definitions which may be used to describe this region. In the most restrictive definition, the region encompasses Pittsburgh's urban core county, Allegheny, and six nearby Pennsylvania counties.

  • relation: Pittsburgh (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Pittsburgh (7 name matches)
    is_in=USA, Pennsylvania
    place=city
    name:eo=Picburgo
    name:mi=Pitipāka
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q1342
    wikipedia=en:Pittsburgh
    short_name=PGH
    admin_level=8 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    border_type=city
    is_in:state=Pennsylvania
    is_in:country=USA
    is_in:iso_3166_2=US:PA
    is_in:state_code=PA
    is_in:country_code=US

    wikidata mismatch: Q1342
Point Park University (Q7208107)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Point Park University is a private liberal arts university in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Formerly known as Point Park College, the school name was revised in 2004 to reflect the number of graduate programs being offered.

  • way: Point Park University (OSM) exact location identifier match name match [show tags]
    name=Point Park University (8 name matches)
    amenity=university (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    website=https://www.pointpark.edu/
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    addr:postcode=15222
    wikidata=Q7208107

    wikidata match: Q7208107
Point State Park (Q7208170)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Point State Park (locally known as The Point) is a Pennsylvania state park on 36 acres (150,000 m2) in Downtown Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA, at the confluence of the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers, forming the Ohio River.

  • way: Point State Park (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Point State Park (8 name matches)
    leisure=park (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=national_park (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    loc_name=The Point (8 name matches)
    operator=Pennsylvania Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources
    ref:IUCN=5
    wikidata=Q7208170
    ownership=state
    wikipedia=en:Point State Park
    addr:street=Commonwealth Place
    opening_hours=sunrise-23:00
    protect_class=2
    protection_title=state park

    wikidata match: Q7208170
Regional Enterprise Tower (Q7309052)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Regional Enterprise Tower is a 410-foot-tall (120 m) skyscraper in Downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, formerly known as the Alcoa Building. It was completed in 1953 and has 30 floors. It is the 15th tallest building in the city and is adjacent to Mellon Square. A unique radiant heating and cooling system is contained in the ceiling: since there are no pipes, radiators, or air conditioning units along the exterior walls, an additional 15,000 square feet (1,400 m2) of rentable space was gained. Also, the windows rotate 360 degrees so they can be washed from the inside.

  • way: Regional Enterprise Tower (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Regional Enterprise Tower (5 name matches)
    height=120
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    old_name=Alcoa Building (2 name matches)
    wikidata=Q7309052
    wikipedia=en:Regional Enterprise Tower
    roof:shape=flat
    start_date=1953
    roof:material=concrete
    building:colour=#8B8D82
    building:levels=30

    wikidata match: Q7309052
Rivers Casino (Q7338292)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Rivers Casino (originally going to be named the Majestic Star Casino) is a casino in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. It is owned by Holdings Acquisition Co. L.P., a joint venture of Walton Street Capital LLC and High Pitt Gaming LP. Located in Pittsburgh's Chateau neighborhood along the Ohio River and adjacent to the Carnegie Science Center, it had its groundbreaking in December 2007 and opened on August 9, 2009. The casino was originally to be built by Don H. Barden, but financial troubles forced him to sell 75% of his interest in the casino to Holdings Acquisition Co on July 16, 2008. The casino has 3,000 slot machines.

  • way: Rivers Casino (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Rivers Casino (6 name matches)
    amenity=casino (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    building=yes (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7338292
    addr:city=Pittsburgh
    addr:state=PA
    addr:street=Casino Drive
    addr:postcode=15233
    addr:housenumber=777

    wikidata match: Q7338292
Riverview Park (Q7338764)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Riverview Park is the fourth largest municipal park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The park is located four miles (6 km) north of Downtown in the neighborhood of Perry North and consists of 251 acres (1.02 km2).

  • way: Riverview Park (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    wikidata=Q7338764
    name=Riverview Park (5 name matches)
    ele=317
    leisure=park (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikipedia=en:Riverview Park (Pittsburgh)

    wikidata match: Q7338764
Shadyside (Q7460964)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Shadyside is a neighborhood in the East End of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. It has three zip codes (15206, 15213, and 15232) and representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 8 (East Central Neighborhoods). Shadyside is drawn from the name of a 19th-century Pennsylvania Railroad station in the area, which was named for its shady lanes.

  • relation: Shadyside (OSM) exact location name match [show tags]
    name=Shadyside (6 name matches)
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    boundary=administrative (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7460964
    admin_level=10 (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)

    wikidata match: Q7460964
  • node: Shadyside (OSM) 922 feet from Wikidata name match [show tags]
    ele=272
    name=Shadyside (6 name matches)
    is_in=Allegheny,Pennsylvania,Pa.,PA,USA
    place=neighbourhood (OSM tag matches Wikidata or Wikipedia category)
    wikidata=Q7460964
    wikipedia=en:Shadyside (Pittsburgh)
    population=13915
    import_uuid=bb7269ee-502a-5391-8056-e3ce0e66489c

    wikidata match: Q7460964