Panorama of Catholic Cathedral in Pittsburgh

After visiting a hospital in Pittsburgh, I had about 6 hours to wait so I decided to walk 2.2 miles across Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in the middle of the day and see the sights of Eastern side of Pittsburgh. Here were the museums of Art and Natural History and the University of Pittsburgh.  I realized that this walk was brisk and I would also have to walk back. Here on the way I stopped in the huge open Saint Paul Cathedral a large stone Catholic Church. This is a Gothic Revival Cathedral with twin spires built in 1906 to a parish from 1843. It was so large inside I had to take three images and merge them together into this vertical Panorama or Vertorama.


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