A report on Cleveland

James G. C. Hamilton's 1888 statue of General Moses Cleaveland.
Bird's-eye view of Cleveland in 1877
1917 multilingual poster in English, Italian, Hungarian, Slovene, Polish, and Yiddish, advertising English classes for new immigrants in Cleveland
Cleveland's iconic Terminal Tower under construction in 1927
The Cuyahoga River winds through the Flats in a December 1937 aerial view of Downtown Cleveland.
Key Tower and the Fountain of Eternal Life monument by Marshall Fredericks at the Cleveland Mall
Skyline of Cleveland in 2012. From left to right: Terminal Tower, Key Tower and 200 Public Square
NASA satellite photograph of Cleveland at night
Facades of buildings along Euclid Avenue
Downtown Cleveland from Edgewater Park
The Ohio City neighborhood at night
Map of the territorial evolution of Cleveland
Cleveland and Lake Erie in winter
Map of racial distribution in Greater Cleveland, 2010 U.S. Census. Each dot is 25 people:
Originally built in 1905 as the Jewish Temple B'nai Jeshurun, this building on Cleveland's East Side, today known as the Shiloh Baptist Church, now serves the African American community.
The Feast of the Assumption in Cleveland's Little Italy
Annual Slovenian Kurentovanje celebration at the Slovenian National Home St. Clair-Superior enclave
St. Theodosius Russian Orthodox Cathedral in Tremont
Entrance of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland on East 6th Street downtown
Commerce by Daniel Chester French at the Metzenbaum U.S. Courthouse on Superior Avenue
Adelbert Hall on the campus of Case Western Reserve University
Interior of the 1925 main building of the Cleveland Public Library
Conductor Franz Welser-Möst leading the Cleveland Orchestra. Welser-Möst has served as the orchestra's music director since 2002.
Cleveland's Playhouse Square is the second largest performing arts center in the U.S. after New York's Lincoln Center. It hosts the annual Cleveland International Film Festival.
Jazz poet and resident Clevelander Langston Hughes
The Cleveland Museum of Art lies at the edge of Wade Lagoon in University Circle.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on the shores of Lake Erie
The historic West Side Market in Cleveland's Ohio City neighborhood
Cleveland Cavaliers pregame festivities at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
Cleveland Browns games attract large crowds to FirstEnergy Stadium.
The west bank of the Flats and the Cuyahoga River in Downtown Cleveland
Cleveland City Hall rotunda
A Cleveland Police black and white parked outside of Cleveland City Hall
Downtown Cleveland from the Superior Viaduct at night
Moon over Downtown Cleveland
The Cleveland Clinic Miller Family Pavilion
An RTA train arrives at the Shaker Square station.
Streets of Cleveland
One of the "Guardians of Traffic" at the Hope Memorial Bridge
1992 aerial view of the Cleveland harbor, with the mouth of the Cuyahoga River in the foreground (view towards the east)
Cyrus S. Eaton and his wife Anne in Leipzig, East Germany, 1960
Cleveland Arcade, 1890
Cleveland Trust Company Building, 1907
Connor Palace Theatre, 1922
Terminal Tower from Euclid Avenue
Grand foyer of Severance Hall, 1931
Euclid Avenue and East 9th Street with the Hickox Building in 1918
The Wolstein Center is home to Cleveland State Vikings basketball and the Cleveland Charge.

Major city in the U.S. state of Ohio and the county seat of Cuyahoga County.

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Downtown Cleveland

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The Terminal Tower at night from Public Square during Winterfest Cleveland
Key Tower, the tallest skyscraper in the Midwest, outside of Chicago
Christmas shoppers on Euclid Ave. and Ontario St. in the 1950s
St. Clair Avenue in the Historic Warehouse District
The Historic Gateway District
Winter on East 4th Street
Playhouse Square
Jurisprudence by Daniel Chester French at the Howard M. Metzenbaum U.S. Courthouse on Superior Avenue
Eaton Center
East 9th Street with the Roxy Burlesque in 1973
Cleveland's North Coast Harbor and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
School of Communication at CSU with the Rhodes Tower in background
The Tower Press Building in the Superior Arts District
The Flats
Cleveland's main thoroughfare, Euclid Avenue, from above East 9th Street
Global Center for Health Innovation under construction in 2012. The window shape is meant to mimic DNA structure.
The Greater Cleveland Aquarium
The corner of Euclid Ave and East Ninth Street shows the Cleveland Trust Company Building, 1010 Euclid Ave, and the base the Ameritrust Tower
The Avenue District in June 2010
The Lumen at Playhouse Square in 2021

Downtown Cleveland is the central business district of Cleveland, Ohio.

Cuyahoga County, Ohio

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Large urban county located in the northeastern part of the U.S. state of Ohio.

Large urban county located in the northeastern part of the U.S. state of Ohio.

Cuyahoga County in 1874
Cuyahoga County population (Source: 2000 United States census)
2020 Presidential Election by Township and City Biden:     Trump:
Map of Cuyahoga County, Ohio with Municipal and Township Labels

The county seat and largest city is Cleveland.

Greater Cleveland

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NASA satellite photograph of Cleveland at night
Commerce by Daniel Chester French at the Metzenbaum U.S. Courthouse on Superior Avenue, Cleveland
The Greater Cleveland highway network
Playhouse Square, Cleveland
Progressive Field, home of the Cleveland Guardians

The Cleveland metropolitan area, or Greater Cleveland as it is more commonly known, is the metropolitan area surrounding the city of Cleveland in Northeast Ohio, United States.


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State in the Midwestern region of the United States.

State in the Midwestern region of the United States.

Artists conception of the Fort Ancient SunWatch Indian Village in Dayton.
Iroquois conquests during the Beaver Wars (mid-1600s), which largely depopulated the upper and mid-Ohio River valley.
The Ohio Country indicating battle sites between American settlers and indigenous tribes, 1775–1794.
Rufus Putnam by James Sharples, Jr., 1797
Battle of Lake Erie by William Henry Powell.
The route of Morgan's Raid.
The first Standard Oil refinery was opened in Cleveland by businessman John D. Rockefeller.
Iron being converted to steel for wartime efforts at Youngstown's Republic Steel in 1941.
Geographic regions of Ohio.
Map of Ohio cities and rivers.
Köppen climate types of Ohio, using 1991-2020 climate normals.
Ohio population density map.
Amish children on their way to school
Cincinnati's Procter & Gamble is one of Ohio's largest companies in terms of revenue.
Cincinnati light rail
The Ohio Statehouse in Columbus, home to the Ohio General Assembly.
The Thomas J. Moyer Ohio Judicial Center holds the Supreme Court of Ohio.
Presidential election results by county for 2020
University Hall at the Ohio State University in Columbus.
Bosworth Hall at Oberlin College in northeast Ohio.
Springer Auditorium at the Cincinnati Music Hall.
Progressive Field, home to the Cleveland Guardians baseball team
Ohio Stadium in Columbus, home to the Ohio State Buckeyes football team, is the fifth largest stadium in the world.
Population growth by county in Ohio between the 2010 and 2020 censuses. -10 to -5 percent
-5 to -2 percent
-2 to 0 percent
0 to 2 percent
2 to 5 percent
5 to 10 percent
10 to 20 percent
More than 20 percent

Many of the state's former industrial centers turned to new industries, including Akron as a center for polymer and biomedical research, Cincinnati as the state's largest mercantile hub, Columbus as a center for technological research and development, education, and insurance, Cleveland in regenerative medicine research and manufacturing, Dayton as an aerospace and defense hub, and Toledo as a national center for solar technology.

University Circle

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A HealthLine BRT vehicle drives through University Circle passing the Allen Memorial Medical Library.
Apartments and Retail in the Uptown construction project
University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center behind a mixed-use apartment building
One of Little Italy's best known culinary landmarks, Presti's Bakery, sits at the corner of Mayfield and Coltman.
The annual highlight event of Little Italy in Cleveland is the Feast of the Assumption.
Adelbert Hall at Case Western Reserve University
Severance Hall, home to the Cleveland Orchestra
Church of the Covenant
Cozad-Bates House built 1853
Main entrance to the Cleveland Museum of Natural History
Hershey Children's Garden at the Cleveland Botanical Garden
The Cleveland Institute of Art is centered in a former Ford Model T factory
The Cleveland Institute of Music
The James A. Garfield Memorial in Lakeview Cemetery is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Maltz Performing Arts Center, converted synagogue operated by Case Western Reserve University
Ballroom of the Tudor Arms Doubletree Hotel renovated in 2011
Inside the atrium of the Cleveland Museum of Art
Allen Memorial Medical Library, home to the Dittrick Museum of Medical History
Glidden House boutique hotel located at the Juniper Rd and Ford Rd intersection
Streetscape of Euclid Ave at E.115 showing Uptown
Frank Gehry designed Peter B Lewis Building serves as the Weatherhead School of Management.
Amasa Stone Chapel
Kelvin Smith Library
John D. Rockefeller Physics Building
Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center
Wade Lagoon stretches in front of the Cleveland Museum of Art

University Circle is a district in the neighborhood of University on the East Side of Cleveland, Ohio.

Public Square, Cleveland

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Postcard of Public Square in the 1910s
Partial view of the square in 2010 in its previous configuration from Terminal Tower
Public Square in 1912, facing east. The Old Stone Church is the third building on the left. The Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument is on the right, in front of the Williamson Building, which was later demolished for 200 Public Square.
alt=Public Square in 2016|Public Square in 2016 facing west on Superior Avenue's vehicle-free bus/bike lanes
The north side of Public Square in 2012
School strikes for climate protest in Public Square (March 15, 2019)

Public Square is the central plaza of Downtown Cleveland, Ohio.

Cleveland Guardians

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The team is named after the eight Guardians of Traffic statues displayed on the Hope Memorial Bridge next to their home field.
Cy Young on a 1911 baseball card
Nap Lajoie, who won the 1903 American League Batting Championship with the Indians, was the team's namesake from 1903 to 1915, and is an MLB Hall of Famer.
1909 Cleveland Naps
Tris Speaker on a 1933 baseball card
Bob Feller; winner of the A.L. pitching Triple Crown in 1940, member of the 1948 World Series Championship team, the Indians all-time leader in wins and strikeouts, and an MLB Hall of Famer.
Logo from 1946 to 1950
Lou Boudreau, 1948 American League MVP
Al Rosen, 1953 Most Valuable Player.
Herb Score – who was the 1955 American League Rookie of the Year, a two-time A.L. All-Star, and after his playing career went on to be the longest-tenured announcer in club history, serving 34 seasons (1964–1997) as a member of the Indians broadcast team.
In 1975, Frank Robinson became the first African-American manager in MLB history
Slider, the team mascot since 1990
Progressive Field in 2008
Kenny Lofton in 1996
Mark Shapiro – Indians GM from 2001 to 2010, President from 2010 to 2015, and two-time Sporting News Executive of the Year.
CC Sabathia won the 2007 AL Cy Young Award with the Indians.
Sabathia's teammate Cliff Lee won the AL Cy Young Award in 2008.
Mike Chernoff, who has served as Indians/Guardians' general manager since 2015.
Manager Terry Francona, who in his tenure with the Indians/Guardians is a two-time AL Manager of the Year (2013, 2016), led the team to the 2016 AL Championship, and is the all-time franchise leader in wins by a manager.
Corey Kluber, who is a two-time AL Cy Young Award winner with the Indians (2014, 2017).
Shane Bieber, who won the 2020 AL Cy Young Award, giving the team five winners in 14 seasons.
The Ohio Cup trophy
Guardians wordmark logo, featured on the team's home uniforms
Cleveland in "diamond C" font is featured on the team's road uniforms
Chief Wahoo logo used from 1950 through 2018
"Block C" logo used secondarily from 2014 until 2019, then as the team's primary logo from 2019 through 2021 - the final three years under the Indians name
Guardians TV announcer Matt Underwood (seated, center) and longtime lead radio announcer Tom Hamilton (right)
Earl Averill
Larry Doby
Mel Harder
Joe Sewell
Jim Thome

The Cleveland Guardians are an American professional baseball team based in Cleveland.

Cleveland Browns

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1964 Cleveland Browns NFL Champions jersey signed by the team's players
The Browns were named after original head coach Paul Brown
Game program depicting the Brownie elf, the team's primary mascot in its successful early years.
Cleveland's script logo from 1975 to 1995
Senior member of the owning family, Jimmy Haslam
EVP of Football Operations/GM Andrew Berry
Head Coach Kevin Stefanski
Two-time Pro Bowl and 2020 First Team All-Pro defensive end Myles Garrett
The Steelers and Browns face off in 2014
Browns mascot Chomps (shown greeting U.S. National Guard members at FirstEnergy Stadium.)
Hall of Fame FB Jim Brown
Hall of Fame QB Otto Graham
Hall of Fame K/OT Lou Groza
Hall of Fame WR Dante Lavelli
Hall of Fame RB Leroy Kelly
Hall of Fame FB Marion Motley
Hall of Fame TE Ozzie Newsome

The Cleveland Browns are a professional American football team based in Cleveland.

Looking westbound on Euclid Avenue from above E. 9th Street. The Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument can be seen in the distance.

Euclid Avenue (Cleveland)

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Looking westbound on Euclid Avenue from above E. 9th Street. The Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument can be seen in the distance.
Sylvester T. Everett mansion on Euclid Avenue (since demolished), designed by Charles F. Schweinfurth
Christmas shoppers on Euclid Ave. and Ontario St. in the 1950s
Playhouse Square faces Euclid Avenue.
Euclid Avenue during the construction of the Euclid Corridor project
GE Chandelier soon after installation in 2014
The Hickox Building in 1920. Demolished in 1946, the building was located at Euclid and East 9th (today the location of the PNC Center).

Euclid Avenue is a major street in Cleveland, Ohio.

Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority

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A HealthLine rapid transit bus, a New Flyer DE60LFA, at Public Square
A Shaker Rapid car at the Warrensville Center Road Loop in 1936

The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (officially the GCRTA, but historically and locally referred to as the RTA) is the public transit agency for Cleveland, Ohio, United States and the surrounding suburbs of Cuyahoga County.