Allegheny Cemetery

4734 Butler St, Pittsburgh, PA 15201

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Exploring the beautiful grounds of this cemetery can provide a sense of peace and connect oneself to Pittsburgh’s past.  Since 1844, many notable Pittsburghers have chosen Allegheny Cemetery for their final resting place, including Steven Foster, Joseph Horne and Thomas Mellon.  In all, 120,000 people are interred within 300 acres of land.  Being the 6th oldest rural cemetery in the nation, the history is rich and the tales are many of the people buried here.

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