My husband actually taught in a few of these rooms while we lived in Pittsburgh and this was definitely among my favorite things to show off when friends and family came to visit. The cathedral itself is an impressive piece of Gothic architecture and wandering the halls has it's own charms (in the winter, they light the giant fire places and there is no better place to enjoy a hot chocolate). The Nationality Rooms line the perimeter of the first and third floor, most of the newer ones being on the third. I won't get into the history of the rooms, as this information is easily attainable. Instead, I'll say that this is the kind of thing you can spend as much, or as little time as you'd like exploring. And it's definitely not something you will see anywhere else. Very cool.
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