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Travel Guide to Cleveland, USA

Cleveland is one of the largest megalopolises of the United States. The city was founded by a famous politician Moses Cleveland in 1796. He is famous for his participation in war for independence. The structure of the city is quite unusual. Cleveland is divided into several regions. Each region has its own characteristics and specific cultural direction.
Public Square is located in the central part of the city. The square is surrounded by three largest skyscrapers of the city. Here you can also visit an ancient church Old Stone Church and a monument installed in honor of navy and soldiers named Soldier’s and Sailors’ Monument.
On the north of Cleveland is located a district named Civic Center. Here are located most important administrative buildings, mayor’s house and most beautiful parks of the city. In the center of Civic Center you will see a strange monument made in the shape of a huge red seal that symbolizes the wisdom and power of the government.
The neighboring district is called North Coast District. Here are gathered various sights. In this district you will find a modern soccer stadium Cleveland Browns Stadium. Another sight of this place, Great Lakes Science Center, is located nearby. However, the most unusual cultural center is the Museum of Rock-n-Roll Fame. This museum features collections of unique exhibits that tell about the most popular music direction of the 80s.
Gourmet travellers should definitely visit Gateway District as this place is known for most popular bars and restaurants of Cleveland. Theater connoisseurs will be glad to visit Playhouse Square region, where are located largest theatres of the US. Tourists with kids will enjoy visiting Cleveland Zoo, where young guests of this city will be able to see tamed animals, take a photo and even feed them.
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