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==Regions==
 
==Regions==
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Steel belt - the area around the city of [[Pittsburgh]]
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Susquehanna Valley - the area in the south central portion of the state
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Tri-Cities - Harrisburg, Lancaster, York
  
 
==Cities==
 
==Cities==
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Capital: Harrisburg
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Major Cities:
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* Pittsburgh
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* Philadelphia
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* Lancaster
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* York
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* Erie
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* Scranton
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* Wilkes-Barre
  
 
==Other destinations==
 
==Other destinations==
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===Author===
 
===Author===
This state article was started by Christopher S. Penn of the Edvisors Network. Chris lived in Lancaster, Pennsylvania from 1993-1997.
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This state article was started by Christopher S. Penn of the [http://www.edvisorsnetwork.com/ Edvisors Network].  
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Chris lived in Lancaster, Pennsylvania from 1993-1997.

Revision as of 19:47, 2 December 2003

State of Pennsylvania United States of America Capital: Harrisburg

Contents

Regions

Steel belt - the area around the city of Pittsburgh Susquehanna Valley - the area in the south central portion of the state Tri-Cities - Harrisburg, Lancaster, York

Cities

Capital: Harrisburg Major Cities:

  • Pittsburgh
  • Philadelphia
  • Lancaster
  • York
  • Erie
  • Scranton
  • Wilkes-Barre

Other destinations

Understand

Talk

Primary region language: English Other languages: Pennsylvania Dutch, a variant of German

Get in

Get around

Eat

Drink

Stay safe

Get out

External links

Official state web page: http://www.state.pa.us

Author

This state article was started by Christopher S. Penn of the Edvisors Network.

Chris lived in Lancaster, Pennsylvania from 1993-1997.

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