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Ohio Overview

Population 11.5 million
Capital Columbus
Largest Cities Columbus, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Toledo, Akron, Dayton
Topography Forests, lakes, rivers
Climate Cold winters and hot summers
Time Zone Eastern Time/GMT -5
Lifestyles Arts and entertainment, boating/sailing, city life, golf destination, history, lake, university city
Important Annual Events July: Macy’s Music Festival, Cincinnati. August: World Golf Championships–Bridgestone Invitational, Akron.
Popular Real Estate Locations Cleveland, Cincinnati

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Ohio is located just south of the Great Lakes, near the states of Pennsylvania, Indiana, and Michigan. Activities and entertainment abound in Ohio. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum and the Great Lakes Science Center are both located here. Ohio includes fast-paced urban areas and rural agricultural areas.

Columbus is located in the center of Ohio. It is the capital and the largest city in Ohio. The city was the site of several historic developments in the aviation industry. Several colleges and universities have campuses in Columbus, including Ohio State University, which has the largest campus in the nation and a very competitive football program.

In the southwest corner of the state is Cincinnati, a large city with a strong affinity for sports. The city has well-known professional baseball, football, and ice hockey teams and several amateur and development teams. Cincinnati is also known for the Over-The-Rhine neighborhood, which has a large collection of historic architecture and a strong German influence.

Cleveland is located in northeastern Ohio on Lake Erie. As a major metropolitan area, Cleveland has all the amenities of a modern city, including theaters, art galleries and museums, concert venues, special events, and exciting nightlife. One of the largest attractions in the area is the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.

Ohio real estate is diverse, with rural farmland, lakefront properties, urban high-rises, and modern single-family homes. Cities offer historic neighborhoods with a variety of traditional architectural styles and university neighborhoods with multi-family housing and close proximity to public transportation. Rural lands provide agricultural opportunities and relaxing retreats.

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