When the historic Fifth Church of Christ Scientist on the Lakewood-Cleveland border is torn down later this year, more than brick and mortar will be demolished. Along with the uniquely octagonal 1926 structure, the city will also lose a big part of its history. A look at some other big Cleveland lost landmarks.

When the historic Fifth Church of Christ Scientist on the Lakewood-Cleveland border is torn down later this year, more than brick and mortar will be demolished. Along with the uniquely octagonal 1926 structure, the city will also lose a big part of its history. A look at some other big Cleveland lost landmarks.

There is a stretch of Cleveland's Euclid Avenue (US Route 20) that was once ...  allthingsclevelandohio.blogspot.com

There is a stretch of Cleveland's Euclid Avenue (US Route 20) that was once ... allthingsclevelandohio.blogspot.com

The Kamm's Building was built in 1875 by Oswald Kamm to serve as a general store and later the neighborhood post office. Located on the southwest corner of Rocky River Drive and Lorain Avenue.

The Kamm's Building was built in 1875 by Oswald Kamm to serve as a general store and later the neighborhood post office. Located on the southwest corner of Rocky River Drive and Lorain Avenue.

Millionare’s Row. Location: Euclid Avenue between East Ninth Street and East 55th Street; begun: 1870; demolished: by 1937, all but seven of 40 houses demolished.

Millionare’s Row. Location: Euclid Avenue between East Ninth Street and East 55th Street; begun: 1870; demolished: by 1937, all but seven of 40 houses demolished.

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