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This 1,348-foot-long and three-foot-high prehistoric effigy mound along Ohio Brush Creek in Adams County continues to marvel locals and visitors alike. It is one of the most impressive earthworks in North America, constructed in the shape of a snake. It was built around 1000 A.D. by the Fort Ancient culture and likely used as a place of ceremony.

7 Wonders Of The World That Are Actually Right Here In Ohio

The Great Serpent Mound::Aerial view. One of the most important prehistoric effigy mounds of Adema Culture, located on the Ohio River - Ohio, USA.

State Line, Madison, Indiana; Cross this bridge into Kentucky, this is where they have the Regatta!

The bridge separating Madison, Indiana and Milton, Kentucky. The river below is the Ohio.

In the impact crater of a giant meteor, an unknown ancient race built the largest snake effigy on the planet Is this the beginning of a lurid sci-fi…

The Unknown Builders

The Great Serpent Mound is a long and high prehistoric effigy mound located on a plateau of a crater along Ohio Brush Creek in Adams County, Ohio, and is the largest surviving prehis

This is the Mount Wood tunnel near Wheeling, WV from a couple of months ago. Out of all the tunnels I've been to, I'd say this one had the most incredible tunnels and having the tracks still intact and submerged made it extra cool.   The tunnel was built for the Wheeling Bridge and Terminal Railway in 1888-89. It meets the Ohio River, where a bridge once stood that spanned the river over to Martins Ferry, Ohio. The tunnel is 1,200 feet long but has collapsed in the middle completely.

This is the Mount Wood tunnel near Wheeling, WV from a couple of months ago. Out of all the tunnels I've been to, I'd say this one had the most incredible tunnels and having the tracks still intact and submerged made it extra cool. The tunnel was built for the Wheeling Bridge and Terminal Railway in 1888-89. It meets the Ohio River, where a bridge once stood that spanned the river over to Martins Ferry, Ohio. The tunnel is 1,200 feet long but has collapsed in the middle completely.

My Grandpa was born in Ironton, Ohio.  His father worked on the toll bridge between Ohio and Kentucky.  He was called Old Man River. I have been there several times.

My Grandpa was born in Ironton, Ohio. His father worked on the toll bridge between Ohio and Kentucky. He was called Old Man River.

Cincinnatti Also known as the Queen City, once called Porkopolis!  Have been over this bridge many times...visiting relatives in Cincy. Up-river you can see birthplace of U.S. Grant, visit Loveland Castle, one man's dream, Try Skyline Chili.  Steamboat Festival held here every few years...wonderful!

17 Most Beautiful Places to Visit in Ohio

Gotham City Awaits by Wolfgang Kreutzer on Capture Cincinnati // Roebling Bridge riverview with Cincinnati backdrop

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