After a busy morning at the Frick Museum, we adjourned to the final resting place of tge Fricks and many other Pittsburgh industrialists and citizenry. It is a huge picturesque cemetery, located adjacent to Frick Park. It has everything a picturesque cemetery should have, winding drives, trees, picturesque vistas, imposing mausoleums, artistic markers, and plenty of famous people. We found a place under a tree for a quiet afternoon of reading and penny whistling. A perfect place for it.
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