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  • David J Gill

    Colonial Hotel and the Colonial Arcade, Cleveland, 1897, George H Smith, architect

  • A.M.C.O.

    The Great city of Cleveland Ohio, born & raised & proud to call my home. These pictures are from I time I didn't get to see but sure wish I had! The images are breath taking beautiful in my eyes!

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Lying parallel to each other, The Colonial (1898) and Euclid (1911) arcades run between Euclid and Prospect Avenues, with the Euclid arcade located about 100 feet west of the Colonial. Since 2000, they have been connected at their mid-point by a food court. The Colonial Marketplace project also led to other renovations in and around the arcades. Taken on may 25 at 6:24 pm