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Ohio: Cities and Vacations

Ohio Vacations: information about the history of Ohio and cities.

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3/7/2010
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Ohio, USA has a total area of 116,096 sq km. Its capital is Columbus, and it has a population of 11,353,100.

Mostly consisting of glaciated plains, Ohio has an exceptionally flat area known as the Great Black Swamp. Some very significant rivers flowing through the state are Cuyahoga River, Great Miami River, Maumee River, Muskingum River and Scioto River. Ohio has a humid continental climate.


Leonardo 5/28/2013 At 15:25
Cleveland 6
The most populated county in the state and the second largest city in Ohio. Cleveland city is located in northeastern Ohio on the southern shore of Lake Erie. Typical of the Great Lakes region, Cleveland exhibits a continental climate with four distinct seasons, winters are cold and snowy while Summers are hot and humid. Cleveland is home to four of the parks in the countywide, Cleveland Metroparks system, as well as the: Washington Park, Brookside Park and parts of the Rocky River and Washington Reservations and home to Playhouse Square Center, the second largest performing arts center in the United States. Cleveland also holds the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Transportation is pretty good, consists of airport, seaport, railroads, inter-city bus lines and freeways. Cleveland hosts many...

Mike 7/6/2012 At 01:46
Montgomery County 6
Historically Dayton a factory city with a dwindling population, but now that industry is gone the air is much improved, and downtown not polluted. Suburbs have grown as core city stagnated, but area had net out migration (for people living in Franklin, that means more people moved out than in) Beavercreek, Miamisburg, areas of growth, Costs not cheap. If you want to retire - go to Florida, or where I tend to go Texas. Texas is cheaper, and has lots of jobs. Try the little towns of Seguin, Kerrville, or Ingram TX - friendly like Ohio once was, and good neighbors.

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Kent Twisters
 Nature and sport (Kent)
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Cuyahoga Valley National Park
 Parks and gardens (Hudson)
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Kent State University Museum
 Museums (Kent)
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Olentangy Indian Caverns
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The Blue Frog Coffeehouse
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Great American Ball Park
 Nature and sport (Cincinnati)
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 Nightlife (Cleveland)
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Chadwick Arboretum
 Parks and gardens (Columbus)
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Downtown
 Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods (Cincinnati)
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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
 Museums (Cleveland)
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Short North
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The Parmatown Mall
 Stores and shopping malls (Cleveland)
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The Pump house center for arts
 Art galleries (Centerville)
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Stearns Homestead
 Landmarks and Historic sites (Parma)
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Cincinnati Reds
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Krohn Conservatory
 Parks and gardens (Cincinnati)
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Little Italy
 Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods (Cleveland)
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Polaris Fashion
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Uhrichsville Clay Museum
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Arena District
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Auglaize Antique Mall
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Black River Reservation
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