Pittsburgh's Cathedral of Learning

Behold the University of Pittsburgh's Cathedral of Learning in all its glory in this 8 x 10 inch digital print! Marvel at her soaring spires, and the great ape atop her!

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Started in 1926 and finally dedicated in 1937, the Cathedral of Learning on the University of Pittsburgh campus boasts many unique features, including a soaring gothic style, the famed Nationality rooms that still serve as classrooms, and highly debated “ape-proof” features that would, as seen in this photo from 1935, quickly prove to be nothing more than wildly enthusiastic claims.

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