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Love the historic architecture of Cincinnati...

Gilbert Row, Cincinnati (1889) a group of 6 small historic rowhouses built by the firm of Thomas Emery's sons in Walnut Hills designed by Steinkamp Brothers architectural firm in the Queen Anne Style. They feature stone foundations with brick walls, porches with hip roofs, wooden posts with chamfered and reeded details, lattice-shaped valences, and ornamental brackets.

West Fourth Street Historic District, Cincinnati

Historic Gate House & Office, Spring Grove Cemetery ... by Professor Nicholas Massa, Cincinnati, OH

The Dexter Mausoleum (aka "Dracula House") at Spring Grove Cemetery in Cincinnati, Ohio (2nd largest historical cemetery in the United States)

Lost | Forgotten | Abandoned | Displaced | Decayed | Neglected | Discarded | Disrepair | Abandoned church in Cincinnati, Ohio

Real. The Mushroom House (also known as the TreeHouse) is an ornately fanciful home built by architect Terry Brown in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio.

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

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Use our favorite places and print on stationary to hang with our photos of Cincy.