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                   Wednesday, May 23, 2007 - 11:57PM

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Somewhere in this photo from Scenery Hill, Pennsylvania is the Pittsburgh city skyline. Can you find it? Click on the photo for a bigger version.

Still can't see it? Here is a zoomed version.

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Here is the first photo with the skyline circled. If you're having trouble finding it in these photos, it's because today's haze made it a little harder to spot than usual.

Scenery Hill is about 25 miles southeast of downtown Pittsburgh on Route 40, and one of the farthest points from the city where you can actually still see some of the downtown buildings. From this vantage point, the US Steel building is the most prominent.

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