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Ohio, U.S.A.
Welcome to Cleveland, Ohio.
Cleveland is the county seat of Cuyahoga County, located on in northeastern Ohio on the southern shore of Lake Erie. The city is home to around 390,113 residents, making it the second largest city in Ohio after Columbus. Cleveland was founded in 1796, and grew to a thriving manufacturing center thanks to its lakeshore location, many railroad lines, and numerous canals. The city goes by many nicknames, including The Forest City, Metropolis of the Western Reserve, "The Rock and Roll Capital of the World and C-Town; as well as the more historical Sixth City. Residents of the city are called Clevelanders. Cleveland was named in 1796 after a General Moses Cleveland, who oversaw the plan for what became the modern downtown area. The first settler in the area was Lorenzo Carter, who built a modest cabin on the banks of the Cuyahoga River. The Village of Cleveland was incorporated in 1814, and despite lowland marshes and rough winters, the waterfront location proved to be a prosperous advantage. With new canals and railroads, the community grew and officially became the City of Cleveland in 1836. After several ups and downs, Cleveland is today an emerging global city and has been called Comeback City by local media. The increasingly diverse city has worked diligently to improve its infrastructure and arts scene, and is considered a terrific example of successful revitalization. Downtown Cleveland features varied architecture, with historic buildings of neoclassical style and landmarks such as the Old Stone Church and numerous gorgeous Roman Catholic churches. The city also boasts skyscrapers like the Beaux-Arts style Terminal Tower from 1930, which was the tallest building in North America outside New York City, until 1964. The Public Square features new tall additions of art deco and postmodern design, including the Key Tower and 200 Public Square. One of the fancier streets in Cleveland is the Euclid Avenue, or Millionaire's Row, world-renowned as the home of business mogul Rockefeller and other famous people. Downtown Cleveland offers plenty of entertainment, especially with the Cleveland Theatre District and Playhouse Square Center. The Playhouse is the second largest performing arts center in the country and includes several distinct theatre venues, where visitors can enjoy a wide array of Broadway musicals, concerts and other events. There is also a square with a similar name, One Playhouse Square. This is the broadcasting center where DJ Alan Freed first mainstreamed the term rock and roll hence the nickname Rock and Roll Capital of the World. Music lovers found of classical styles can rejoice in the fact that Cleveland is home to one of the finest orchestras in the world, Cleveland Orchestra. It is one of the Big Five in the United States, and also houses the Cleveland Pops Orchestra. Those who enjoy fine art can visit the esteemed Cleveland Museum of Art, featuring a collection of 40,000 works of art with some pieces that are 6000 years old. The food scene in Cleveland is not to be overlooked, as the melting pot of immigrants has introduced the city to plenty of exotic flavors. Those who are curious can head to the neighborhoods Little Italy, Slavic Village or Tremont, for a true local and ethnic experience. The city also boasts famous haute cuisine chefs, including Michael Symon and Michael Ruhlman who have both achieved international rewards for their culinary contributions. Finally, Cleveland offers its residents plenty of green space with four local parks including Washington Park, Brookside Park and parts of the Rocky River, as well as the Washington Reservation. Cleveland denizens also have the perk of living right by Lake Erie, where additional recreation can be found.
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