Crazy Ohio Roadside attraction

Crazy Ohio Roadside attraction

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    • Ohio gave America its first hot dog in 1900. Harry M. Stevens created the popular dining dog.
    • Jesse Owens grew up in Cleveland. He won four gold medals in the 1936 Olympics in Berlin.
    • 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.
    • Agriculture is the largest industry in Ohio, contributing $93 billion a year to the economy.
    Columbus, Ohio
    City of Columbus
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    Coordinates:

    39°57′44″N 83°00′02″W / 39.96222°N 83.00056°W / 39.96222; -83.00056Coordinates: 39°57′44″N 83°00′02″W / 39.96222°N 83.00056°W / 39.96222; -83.00056

    Country United States
    State Ohio
    Counties Delaware, Fairfield, Franklin
    Settled February 14, 1812
    Incorporated February 10, 1816[1]
    Named for Christopher Columbus
    Government

    Mayor Andrew Ginther (D)
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    Area

    State capital city 225.97sqmi (585.26km2)
    •Land 220.11sqmi (570.08km2)
    •Water 5.86sqmi (15.18km2)
    Elevation

    902ft (275m)
    Population

    State capital city 905,748
    •Rank 14th in the United States
    1st in Ohio
    •Density 4,114.98/sqmi (1,588.81/km2)
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    2,138,926 (32nd)
    Demonym(s) Columbusite[6]
    Time zone UTC−5 (EST)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−4 (EDT)
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    Area codes 614 and 380
    FIPS code 39-18000
    GNIS feature ID 1080996[8]
    Major airports John Glenn Columbus International Airport, Rickenbacker International Airport
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    Local transportation Central Ohio Transit Authority
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    Just driven around some parts of Ohio. Saw some crazy off the road stuff. From Fields of Giant Corn Cobs, Giant picnic basket, Y shape bridge, Large vases in a circle to a big basket of apples. Always fun to find odd things off the highways.

    4 thoughts on “Crazy Ohio Roadside attraction

    1. My Dad made a lot of iconic roadside attractions somee of which can be seen in short Amazon book called "The man behind the mufflerman "for 14.99.

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