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Love PRN's guide to Cleveland! Not to mention that I interned for them this past summer. Such an amazing company!

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10 Then And Now Photos In Cleveland That Show Just How Much It Has Changed

10 Cleveland Then And Now Photos

Two-Day Getaway to Cleveland

Hugging the Lake Erie shore in the state’s northeast corner, the city of Rock and Roll shakes off its industrial image with gorgeous parks, a passionate sports scene, revamped museums and destination dining: http://www.midwestliving.com/travel/ohio/cleveland/two-day-getaway-to-cleveland/ #cleveland #ohio #midwest

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13 Reasons to Love Cleveland

To paraphrase a show tune: It seems like suddenly everything’s coming up Cleveland. LeBron is home. The 2016 GOP convention is coming to town. And the city’s postrecession brain gain rivals Seattle’s, stoking youthful verve and hometown pride. Here’s why we can’t get enough of The Land.

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Cleveland, OH | UFOREA.org | The trip you want. The help they need. Cleveland is a great city to visit. A lot of fun stuff to do!

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What to Do in Cleveland around the Holiday Season

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Walk around Cleveland's Little Italy neighborhood

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West Side Market, Cleveland

Once of the country’s oldest and largest food halls, Cleveland's West Side Market (est. 1912) supports about 100 vendors selling both prepared foods and groceries. Photo courtesy of dangerousbiz on Instagram.

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The Cleveland Bucket List: 100 Things Every Clevelander Must Do Before They Die (Or Move, Which Is Really the Same Thing)

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Silhouettes on color gradient. Good introductory wet-on-wet blending lesson.

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The Fountain Of Eternal Life Canvas Print / Canvas Art by At Lands End Photography

The Fountain of Eternal Life is also known as the War Memorial Fountain is located in Memorial Plaza part of the The Cleveland Mall in the downtown area of Cleveland. It was designed by Marshall Fredericks and dedicated on May 30, 1964. The sculpture serves as the city's major memorial to its citizens that served in World War II.

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