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Here is a map of Cincinnati including outlying areas.
Fun Facts About Cincinnati
Cincinnati is the county seat of Hamilton County, Ohio. The city was founded in 1788 on the north bank of the Ohio River, which marks the Ohio-Kentucky border. The Ohio River is actually in Kentucky. The city`s population (as of 2017) is 301,301 which doesn’t sound terribly large but the Cincinnati metropolitan area has well over 2 million people, making it the 27th largest metro area in the United States.
Cincinnati is an area with four distinct seasons – Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. Summers in Cincinnati can be both hot and humid, with temps climbing to 100 degrees F. at times. Winters can be both cold and snowy. During the blizzard of 1977-78, the Ohio River froze when temps dipped down to a bone-chilling minus 24 degrees F.
Cincinnati has three popular pro sports teams – the Cincinnati Reds (Major League Baseball), Cincinnati Bengals (NFL) and FC Cincinnati (MLS soccer).
Major Cincinnati Landmarks include – John A. Roebling Bridge, Museum Center at Union Terminal, Cincinnati Music Hall, Eden Park, National Underground Railroad Freedom Center and Fountain Square.
Recently Cincinnati has also become a hot spot for Hollywood filmmakers. Bruce Willis has made two films in Cincinnati as of late. (Perfect Perspectives provided aerial cinematography for both) Filmmakers really like the fact that Cincinnati’s diverse landscape and architecture provides a abundance of visual storytelling opportunities. Did you know that the famous Hollywood director of the blockbuster films “E.T.,” “Jurassic Park” and “Jaws,” – Steven Spielberg was born in Cincinnati? Also the first man to walk on the moon was Cincinnati native Neil Armstrong. Armstrong later took a teaching position in the Department of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Cincinnati.
For many, what Cincinnati is most known for is it’s famous area Skyline chili and Graeter’s ice cream.
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