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This steel city might be the best place to retire in the United States

Retirees may not want to trade the white snow for white sand beaches after all.

Pittsburgh, which built its fortunes in the once-booming U.S. steel industry, ranks as the No. 1 metro area to retire in the U.S., according to a report released Wednesday by personal finance website Bankrate.com. Other top cities include Boston, Los Angeles, Denver and Providence, R.I. Here’s the full top 10, per Bankrate:

• Pittsburgh

• Boston

• Los Angeles

• Denver

• Providence, R.I.

• Minneapolis

• Tampa, Fla.

• Phoenix

• Austin, Texas

• Dallas-Ft.Worth

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