10 Best Tourist Attractions In Columbus, Ohio

10 Best Tourist Attractions In Columbus, Ohio

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3 Popular Attractions In Ohio

  • The Wilds: Safari park in Cumberland, Ohio.
    • The Wilds: Safari park in Cumberland, Ohio.

    Ohio Facts:

    • Ohio gave America its first hot dog in 1900. Harry M. Stevens created the popular dining dog.
    • Ohio University was founded in 1804 at Athens and is recognized as the first university in Ohio and in the Northwest Territory.
    • Like its neighbor, Pennsylvania, Ohio is home to a large Amish population, which spans 5 counties in the rolling hills of east–central Ohio. Approximately 40,000 Amish citizens live and work in that area of the state.
    • On August 5, 1914, the American Traffic Signal Company installed the first traffic signal system in the United States on the corner of East 105th Street and Euclid Avenue in Cleveland, Ohio.
    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


    The Glass City

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

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


    Toledo is located in the United States



    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


    10 Best Tourist Attractions In Columbus, Ohio

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    2. College town with no culture or geography in the middle of nowhere. Love… Cleveland, Cincinnati, Toledo and Akron… Hills, lakes, real rivers, culture and industry

    3. Great place to be at. Around what time does the sunset around where you made this video? Do join us too as we make vlogs of this place, and fun places in Singapore and the region. (p.s.. also on places you should avoid :))

    4. Seriously? Indian mounds of Columbus? Although Columbus did have many significant prehistoric earthworks, not a one of these images are from Franklin County. I believe the images are of 1) Monk's Mound, Cahokia Illinois, 2) Enon Mound, Enon, Ohio, 3) Etowah Mound, Etowah, Georgia, 4) St Paul, Minnesota 5) Grave Creek Mound, Moundsville, West Virginia. Too bad you did not have the motivation to actually capture true images of Columbus mounds.

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