This is the formerly-largest city in the great state of Ohio
, with the metropolis' population currently being at around 470,000 people. It is here where there are three major/national sports teams: Cleveland Cavaliers
(NBA), Cleveland Browns (NFL), and Cleveland Indians (MLB). Cleveland has been voted as an All-American
city five times.
There is a Federal Bank Reserve building located here. In addition, C-town
also has numerous corporate headquarters, including GE (General Electric). It was in Cleveland that the term rock n roll
was coined by a DJ during the early 1950s. Not surprisingly, the Rock N' Roll Hall of Fame and Musuem is also located here, built partially on the Cleveland shore, and part of it just above the coast of Lake Erie.
This major U.S. city is also home to one of the tallest and coolest buildings in the World: The Key Tower; a massive skyscraper that towers over downtown Cleveland at 947 feet and 57 stories high. There are also some REALLY OLD high-rise buildings here, including: Holiday Inn Express (built 1896, 15 stories), the Rockefeller Building (built 1905, 17 stories), and Metropolitan Bank Center (built 1915, 15 stories).
Cleveland, OH: One of the most awesome cities in America.