Pennsylvania is a state in the eastern United States. It is known for its Revolutionary War-era historical sites like Valley Forge, its large cities like Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, its farming regions, some occupied by the Amish, and a -strong industrial history.
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Philadelphia, located in southeastern Pennsylvania, in the mid-Atlantic region, is the fifth most-populous city in the United States.
The pleasure of Pittsburgh remains a well-kept secret. Though not built up by reputation, the city's unique combination of bridges, steep hills, and broad rivers make it one of the most naturally scenic cities in the country.
Bethlehem is a city in Pennsylvania, located along the Lehigh River 50 miles north of Philadelphia and 70 miles west of New York City.
The Philadelphia Region is in eastern Pennsylvania. Its two largest cities are Philadelphia and Allentown.
The Pittsburgh Region is the most southwestern part of Pennsylvania. It is an area rich with history and scenery, home to the metropolitan area of Pittsburgh, old industrial towns, and some of the highest elevations in the state.
Pennsylvania Dutch Country is a region in Pennsylvania also referred to as South Central Pennsylvania.
The Susquehanna Valley of Pennsylvania lies in the south-central portion of the state and includes the Pennsylvania state capital, Harrisburg.
The Poconos is a mountain area in northeastern Pennsylvania. It is 2,400 square miles of wooded mountains and valleys full of beautiful lakes, rivers, forests and wildlife.
Pennsylvania's Erie Region is aptly named; Erie is its largest city and Lake Erie is its favorite destination.
The Pennsylvania Wilds is a region in northern Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania Wilds are made up of thirteen northern and north-central counties in Pennsylvania.