Ask Pittsburgh: Boulevard of the Allies
“Why is it named the “Boulevard of the Allies”? OnQ contributor Mike Lee searches for the answer to the often misunderstood origins of one of Pittsburgh’s busiest and most recognizable roadways.
Ask Pittsburgh: Boulevard of the Allies aired on Nov 21, 2007.
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