10 Best Places to Visit in Ohio, USA | Travel Video | SKY Travel

10 Best Places to Visit in Ohio, USA | Travel Video | SKY Travel

Real Estate Tips:
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3 Popular Attractions In Ohio

  • Cincinnati Museum Center: A group of three museums in the same building in Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • Ohio Facts:

    • The Y Bridge in Zanesville was first built in 1814 to span the confluence of the Licking and Muskingum Rivers. The current bridge is the fifth construction at the same location. “Ripley’s Believe It or Not” proclaimed it the only bridge in the world which you can cross and still be on the same side of the river.
    • Columbus is the state capital and Ohio’s largest city.
    • Ohio is home to both the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Professional Football Hall of Fame. These attractions can be found in Cleveland and Canton respectively.
    • The state of Ohio was named after the river ‘Ohio'. The Ohio river was named for the Iroquois word ohi-yo', meaning “great river.”
    Toledo
    City of Toledo Images, from top left to right: Downtown Toledo, University Hall, Toledo Museum of Art, Lucas County Courthouse, Tony Packo's Cafe, Anthony Wayne Bridge, Fifth Third Field

    Flag of Toledo

    Official seal of Toledo

    Official logo of Toledo

    Nickname(s):

    The Glass City
    Motto(s):

    Laborare est Orare” (To Work is to Pray)[1]

    Interactive map of Toledo's location
    Toledo is located in Ohio

    Toledo
    Toledo

    Toledo is located in the United States

    Toledo
    Toledo

    Coordinates:

    41°39′56″N 83°34′31″W / 41.66556°N 83.57528°W / 41.66556; -83.57528Coordinates: 41°39′56″N 83°34′31″W / 41.66556°N 83.57528°W / 41.66556; -83.57528 Country United States State Ohio County Lucas Founded 1837 Government

    Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz (D) Area

    City 83.83sqmi (217.13km2) •Land 80.49sqmi (208.47km2) •Water 3.34sqmi (8.66km2) Elevation

    614ft (187m) Population

    City 270,871 •Rank US: 79th •Density 3,200/sqmi (1,200/km2) •Urban

    507,643 (US: 80th) •Metro

    608,145 (US: 89th) Demonym(s) Toledoan Time zone UTC−5 (EST) •Summer (DST) UTC−4 (EDT) ZIP Codes
    Zip codes[4]
    Area codes 419, 567 FIPS code 39-77000 GNIS ID 1067015[5] Website www.toledo.oh.gov

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    10 Best Places to Visit in Ohio, USA | Travel Video | SKY Travel
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    01.Hocking Hills State Park
    02.Cincinnati
    03.Cleveland
    04.Columbus
    05.Cuyahoga Valley National Park
    06.Dayton
    07.Sandusky
    08.Toledo
    09.Holmes County
    10.Lake Erie Islands

    Ohio
    US State
    Ohio is a state in the Midwestern region of the United States. Of the fifty states, it is the 34th-largest by area, and with a population of nearly 11.8 million, is the seventh-most populous and tenth-most densely populated. Wikipedia

    Columbus
    City in Ohio
    columbus.gov
    Columbus is Ohio’s state capital. The city’s Scioto Mile is a string of parks on both sides of the Scioto River, with a huge interactive fountain and trails. On the west bank, the COSI science center offers hands-on exhibits and a planetarium. Downtown, the Columbus Museum of Art includes American and European paintings and a sculpture garden. The German Village area has restored brick houses built by 1800s settlers. ― Google