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Erie Travel Guide  

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Located along the beautiful Lake Erie is the city of Erie in the state of Pennsylvania, USA. This city was initially home to Native American tribes. It was founded in 1795 and was officially incorporated 1851.
Erie has a total area of nearly 73 sq km and is home to a huge population of approximately 100,000. Some of the important nearby cities are Cleveland, New York and Pittsburgh. Erie was basically an industrial city, but now tourism forms an essential part of its economy.
The topography of Erie comprises numerous and diverse natural wonders, making it a picturesque tourist destination. Winters are cold and experience a heavy rainfall, while summers are hot and humid. Tornadoes, thunderstorms and fog are quite common in this city.

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Reviews Erie

Anthony Warner
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Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Best place to visit and relax by the Presque Isle State Park, on an arching sandy peninsula that juts into Lake Erie, as well as attractions like casino and horse racetrack named for the state park. Erie is known as the... more Flagship City because of its status as the home port of Oliver Hazard Perry's flagship Niagara. The city has also been called the Gem City because of the "sparkling" lake. I also enjoyed the milcreek mall and the Erie Zoo Home to over 400 animals. Getting around is not complicated as Erie is well connected to the Interstate Highway System and a good bus system. The climate of Erie is typical of the Great Lakes. its winters are typically cold. The city experiences a full range of weather events, including snow, ice, rain, thunderstorms and fog.
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