Greenwood Cemetery (Pittsburgh)

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Greenwood Cemetery is a cemetery in the Pittsburgh suburb of O'Hara Township, Pennsylvania, United States.

The cemetery was opened in 1874[1] and is located approximately six miles northeast of Downtown Pittsburgh at 321 Kittanning Pike321 (zip code 15215).

Notables interred here include Henry J. Heinz and the Pulitzer Prize winning playwright August Wilson. Wilson's 1995 play Seven Guitars uses the cemetery as a setting.

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  1. ^ "About Us". greenwoodpa.org. Retrieved 30 April 2012. 

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Coordinates: 40°30′39″N 79°55′19″W / 40.5108°N 79.9220°W / 40.5108; -79.9220