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The city is located at (40.527, -79.845). According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of , all of it land except for small streams and creeks that flow into Chartiers Creek and then into the Ohio River. The Youghiogheny River flows past Latrobe on its way to becoming part of the Monongahela River which in turn empties into Pittsburgh's three rivers from above their confluence with each other near Downtown Pittsburgh at Point State Park in downtown Pittsburgh.. Latrobe is about east-northeast from Mount Washington atop a hillside overlooking downtown Latrobe looking westward toward Greensburg along U.S Route 119/PA Route 66 just before crossing Chartiers Creek over an old stone bridge built by Andrew Carnegie's Keystone Bridge Company around 1900 as part of his "Carnegie Free Bridges" program that gave away thousands upon thousands free bridges across America during his lifetime including many still used today like this one here in Latrobe PA .