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Updated on: 12/11/18One type of attraction we haven't covered much of on this site has been abandoned locations. Booking.com This is mostly by design as we are not comfortable recommending readers to trespass, break-in, or perform illegal activities in order to check a spot out. (Likewise, we do not do these ourselves either). But at Yellow Dog Village in Worthington, PA (near Kittanning), with advanced permission and payment, you can...

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Updated on: 11/28/18Pittsburgh is a stunning city, there is no doubt about that. Booking.com In being such a beautiful city, odds are good you'll want to get out and grab some photos for your personal use or social media sites like Instagram. To help you find some of the city's most stunning spots, we teamed up with Ron Lewis Alfa Romeo in Cranberry (the only Alfa Romeo dealer in the area) to take out one of their Stelvio SUVs for a...

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Updated on: 11/20/18When it comes to Frank Lloyd Wright masterpieces in southwest Pennsylvania, odds are good you know of the iconic Fallingwater house. But did you know that Wright also commissioned a house just a few miles down the roads for friends of the Kaufmann family? Booking.com This house is Kentuck Knob- a large, Usonian house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built for the Hagan family (of local ice cream fame). Kentuck...

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Updated on: 11/14/18When driving through the borough of Ligonier in the Laurel Highlands, you can't miss Fort Ligonier. This imposing, recreated fort is located right in the heart of the town and is a highlight all visitors must check out. Booking.com We've got to hand it to this one, it does an exceptional job of bringing the history of southwest Pennsylvania during the 1700s to life! Fort Ligonier is Meticulously Recreated Fort...

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Updated on: 11/14/18Robin Hill Park is a 140 acre park in Moon Township that has roughly two miles of hiking trails. While this one can be explored in its entirety in just under an hour, it does offer a few notable sights worth seeing. Booking.com What You Can See at Robin Hill Park Out of all of the parks we've visited in Pittsburgh to date, Robin Hill Park may be one of the smallest. But don't let the size of this one fool you as it...

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Updated on: 11/14/18Fort Necessity was the site of a battle in 1754 that, quite literally, shaped the state of the colonies and the world for many centuries to come. Booking.com Even better for us is that it is located in the Laurel Highlands, about an hour southeast of Pittsburgh, and is an easy day trip to visit and explore the grounds, recreated fort, and the museum! A Brief History of Fort Necessity While western Pennsylvania is...

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