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The Heart of it All

Ohio is known as the 17th constituent state of the USA. It is bordered by Lake Eric in the north, one of the smallest lakes in the USA. This state got its name due to the Ohio River. This state has a growing plastic, rubber, electrical appliances, and metals industry.
Ohio is also well known as the buckeye state and the heart of it all. If you want to explore a place that witness history or a beautiful day to spend along with nature, then Ohio is a place for you. Cleveland, Columbus, Akron, and Sandusky are huge metropolises in Ohio. The Columbus is capital city of state
Pawpaw, Sausages, Cincinnati Chili, Pierogi, Barberton Chicken, Shaker Lemon Pie, Cincinnati Chili, and Buckeye Candy are well-known foods in Ohio. There are a lot of out-of-door activities to do in Ohio. Rock & Roll Hall, Cedar point, old man cave, national parks, and monuments, museums are the most attractive sites for tourists in Ohio.

Awesome places to visit in Ohio

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Akron Police Museum

The museum has confiscated weapons of all kinds and gambling and narcotics paraphernalia. It also displays counterfeit money and police related accessories, including uniforms and weapons. Hundreds of historic photographs are also available for public viewing. And, the museum has a vintage

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America's Ice Cream & Dairy Museum

See demonstrations on Ice Cream Churning, Butter Churning, Cream Separating and more, enjoy the Wagon Rides & Pony Rides, and even visit the cows! Large Displays of butter churns, milk bottles, old milk wagons, delivery trucks, cream separators, dairy plant equipment and more.

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Bicycle Museum of America

The museum is organized by era, so you can examine the 1860s velocipedes, the 1880s high-wheeler designs, and the 1886-model bicycle for two. See the record-breaker 1892 Victor, which sold for $130 in a time where a worker's salary was around $18 a month. The Victor featured interchangeabl

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Degenhart Paperweight and Glass Museum

The museum contains the personal collection of Elizabeth Degenhart, who was the owner of the Crystal Art Glass Company until her death in 1978. Degenart glass and paperweights along with Midwestern pattern glass and cruets are on display.

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