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Cleveland is an extraordinary city. Cleveland contains one of the oldest neighborhoods and has some very interesting ones at that. The Tremont neighborhood is one of Cleveland’s oldest and most historic neighborhoods. “Tremont is known for its numerous and varied restaurants” (Mitchell, “Tremont Neighborhood” 1). The “St. Augustine’s Catholic Church” is located in the Tremont neighborhood and is of Victorian Architecture. The “St. Johns Cantius is favored by the polish community and is also located in Tremont neighborhood (Mitchell, “Tremont Neighborhood” 2). Tremont can be exciting. Throughout the year, a variety of events take place in Tremont, such as, monthly art walks, Taste of Tremont Festival, Tremont Art and Cultural Festival, Church of the Assumptions Greek Festival, and the St. John Polish Festival. Another great neighborhood in Cleveland is North Coast Harbor. Lake Erie is simply beautiful. Lake Erie is used for recreational activities (Mitchell, “Best Things About Living In Cleveland” 1). There are two trolleys downtown. There are two lines for the trolleys (Mitchell, “Get on Board the New RTA Downtown Trolleys” 1). Cleveland is an awesome city to live in and is very diverse.
Cleveland has a long and rich history. Cleveland was founded in 1796 (“Cleveland” 161). The first steamboat on Lake Erie was used for trade during the 1820’s. John d. Rockefeller started the Standard Oil Company during the 1860’s (“Cleveland, Ohio” 1). During the Civil War, Cleveland was part of the underground railroad (Usa Cities Online” 3). Cleveland is the world’s first city to be electrically lighted in 1879 (“Ohio Facts and Trivia” 3). America’s first traffic light was in Cleveland on August 5th, 1914 (Ohio Facts and Trivia1). The Cleveland Orchestra was founded in 1918 (Gale 172). The Cleveland clinic is one of the best hospitals in the United States. “The Cleveland clinic was established in 1921 by three WWI surgeons George Washington Crile, Frank Bunts, and William Lower (Mitchell, “About The Cleveland Clinic” 1). In Cleveland Harbor, The U.S.S. Cod is a WWII submarine in which visitors can climb in (Pearson 2). It also contains aspects of what Cleveland’s society is today.
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