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“Great Photo spot”

Ranked #20 of 185 things to do in Pittsburgh
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Reviewed December 24, 2012

In truth it's just a bridge. But it is a beautiful bridge, one of Pittsburgh's many. From the Clemente Bridge you can get some really good pics of the stadiums, river, and North Shore bridges. This is the bridge you'd walk across when parking downtown for a Pirates game.

Thank Casey b
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Reviewed December 4, 2012

This and its 2 sister bridges are the only 3 identical bridges in a row in the world. Closed on Pitt and Steelers football game days as well as for Pirates games, walking across and looking at the views is a must do for any Pittsurgh resident or visitor!

Thank Wirthdt
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Reviewed November 30, 2012

Beautiful architecture, great lighted up at night, and a picture perfect opportunity for tourists. And very useful to get to the stadium.

Thank Jorge V
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Reviewed October 15, 2012

What do you expect in a bridge
*You want it to connect at both ends.
*You want it to remain standing when you cross it.
*It helps to hava a railing.

Beyond that, com on.

1  Thank Bob S
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Reviewed September 5, 2012

That is how I remember the bridge. It is one of several bridges in Pittsburgh that look quite similar (Sixth St. Seventh St. and Ninth St). Since this bridge crosses the Allegheny River to the Northside and is adjacent to PNC Park (home of the Pittsburgh Pirates) the name Roberto Clemente Bridge is a fitting tribute. Roberto Clemente was a great baseball player and goodwill ambassador who played for the Pirates in the now gone Three Rivers Stadium and its predecessor, Forbes Field.
The Bridge is a convenient way to walk to the Northside, both stadiums, the restaurants and the hotels located there. It is also a good location for taking photos of PNC Park, the rivers, other bridges and the city skyline.
To me it will always be the Sixth Street Bridge.

1  Thank JEDMAD_9
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