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Cincinnati, Ohio – 1905. The awesome building on the right? Gone. Carew Tower would eventually be erected to the left in the distance.

The beautiful new Greyhound Terminal is the largest in the world. Description from viewlinerltd.blogspot.ca. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Cool Homes: Probasco mansion in Clifton fit for royalty. Photo: Architect William Tinsley located Oakwood, Henry Probasco’s Clifton mansion, on an east-west running ridge and faced it south toward the sun. An iron-gated fence on Lafayette Avenue opened to a road that led up to the mansion before the 29-acre estate was subdivided in the 20th century. The Enquirer/Gary Landers

The Golden Lamb Inn in Lebanon, Ohio is the oldest hotel in the state, having opened in 1803. Twelve presidents and numerous literary figures have visited here, and the hotel is owned by the family of US Senator Rob Portman. The hotel is rumored to be haunted.

Spring Grove Cemetery is so much more than just a cemetery! The cemetery and arboretum is located at 4521 Spring Grove Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio. It is the second largest cemetery in the United States and is recognized as a U.S. National Historic Landmark. Even those that don't like cemeteries should come and visit the gardens and beautiful architecture and statues!