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The parents live in Cleveland and I can't say I've spent much time there, but maybe I'll check out some of these places when I head home for Christmas

Cincinnati. That knee-high iron fence was to keep pigs out of people's houses in the 1800s when it was nicknamed "Porkopolis" and pigs would escape from the meat packing houses downtown.

John A. Roebling Bridge The Roebling Bridge between Covington, Kentucky and Cincinnati, Ohio opened to traffic on January 1, 1867. Its central span of 1057 feet was the longest in the world. The bridge was recognized as a National Historical Landmark in 1975. The bridge was designated as a National Civil Engineering Landmark in 1982. #Cincinnati

Cincinnati. Looks just like my great grandparents house

Cincinnati. :) Roebling Suspension Bridge. We crossed this bridge every Friday to go to KY for cheap booze and cigarettes.