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bobliocatt

Cincinnati, Ohio

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Last month, I got a grand tour of the beautiful Queen City and some of its suburbs from Coldayman. From what I saw, Cincinnati is an extremely dense city that has a lot of potential to become something really great, with the right leadership in place. Although I didn't take too many pics, I'd thought I'd share them, since we don't see many pics of this city on Urban Planet.

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Great Shots!

I agree with you lakelander, I think that Cincinati really has potential and could become something great.

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Looks like they have some great old school architecture in Cincinnati. I would like to visit. As for the people, Lake may be like me in that I always try to take pics of buildings without anyone standing in the way.

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The city wasn't as vibrant as NYC or Boston, but compared to a typical large Southern city, it had the vibrancy and density we can only dream off.

However, I try to avoid them, because I don't have a camera that can zoom in close up, from a block away and people tend to get pissed whem strangers walk up and attempt to take pics of them.

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Ahhh, Carew Tower...a masterpiece. Everytime I see it, I think of WKRP.

I'm sort of surprised the city hasn't built any newer building taller than Carew though given their population. :huh:

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Wow, not what I imagined. Looks like cinci has some pretty interesting urban nieghborhoods. I think I'd love to visit.

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It's a great city and has a lot of potential, but it needs to fix up some of its areas

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I had a family reunion in Cincinnati some years ago. I really liked the city. Nice pics Lakelander. You really do get around.

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It used to be the biggest in Ohio until Cleveland surpassed it. Columbus is the biggest,but that's really an overgrown suburb,which might be the reason it's the only Ohio city over 100,000 that's still growing. However for big city,dense,urban feel,Cincinnati and Cleveland are top dogs in Ohio.

Cincinnati had an estimated 314,000 people 2004. Which means it has 3,975 people per sq. mile. It had a population peak of 503,998 and had 6,380 per sq. mile.

Cleveland had an estimated 453,000 in 2004,giving it 5,968 per sq. mile. It peaked at 914,808 and had 12,053 per sq mile.

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