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TOLEDO
Ohio, U.S.A.
THE GLASS CITY
Welcome to Toledo, Ohio.
Toledo is situated in northwest Ohio, on the western end of Lake Erie, bordering the state of Michigan. Toledo is home to little over 287,200 people, making it the fourth most populous city in the state. The city was founded in 1833, and grew rapidly thanks to the Miami and Erie Canal and its prosperous position on the railway line between New York and Chicago. Since then, Toledo has expanded into a thriving city famous for its vibrant art community, as well as its automobile industry, great schools, excellent healthcare and local sports teams. In addition, Toledo is known for its innovative glass industry, which has earned the city the nickname The Glass City. Toledo is a beautiful town, surrounded by water thanks to its location by the Maumee River and Lake Erie. Residents enjoy close proximity to major cities, with a four-hour drive to Detroit, Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh and Indianapolis. The city boasts a fair share of historic architecture, with the Old West End neighborhood having the most Victorian, Arts & Crafts and Edwardian structures. Culture buffs have plenty to choose from, as Toledo features lots of renowned venues. Among the more prominent venues is The Peristyle, a concert hall in Greek Revival style located in the East Wing of the Toledo Museum of Art. The Peristyle is the home of the Toledo Symphony Orchestra, as well as several international orchestras. Another great concert hall is The Stranahan Theater, and the Toledo Opera has blessed the city with outstanding grand opera since 1959. For theatre, venture downtown to the Toledo Repertoire Theatre, a historic venue where Broadway hits and lesser-known original works have been performed since 1933. Art fanatics can enjoy quality works a The Collingwood Arts Center, which is housed in a building that was constructed in Flemish Gothic style back in 1905. Finally, being known for its massive automobile industry, it is only natural that Toledo is also home to the Automobile Racing Club of America. Race car fans should check out the thrilling Toledo Speedway, which features stock car racing and various concerts, among other events.
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