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  • Cleveland sits on the southern banks of  Lake Erie  at the mouth of the  Cuyahoga River  - a city of  green parks ,  lively neighborhoods  and historic buildings . 
  • Visitors are often surprised to discover a  vibrant Downtown  with distinct  neighborhoods  and a  lively urban atmosphere . True, its roots are certainly more prosaic than those of New York, Los Angeles or Boston, but Cleveland has outgrown its  industrial past  from the era of Ohio's prolific development, and is now a healthy mix of manufacturing and service industries
  • Cleveland's  Downtown  is the  focal point  around which the rest of the city sits. In the middle of the Downtown area is the historic Public Square, a European-style square  with statues and fountains.
  • The  lakefront , recently renewed and cleaned, is home to the stunningly designed  Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum , which, when it opened in 1995, created not only the renewal of Cleveland's Downtown but the city's growing  cultural presence  as well. 
  • More recent additions to Cleveland's Downtown include Jacobs Field, home to the Cleveland Cavaliers,  Cleveland Indians baseball team , and Cleveland Browns Stadium , where the Cleveland Browns play football. The  Great Lakes Science Center  with its Cleveland Clinic OMNIMAX Theater, nestled between the ‘Rock Hall' and the stadium, features a hands-on look at science.
  • Downtown areas , such as the Theater District, the Historic Warehouse District, the Flats Entertainment District and the Historic Gateway District, are only a few of the  trendy spots  that continue to grow and prosper. 
  • Cleveland is blessed with long,  hot summer days , during which locals enjoy the many restaurants featuring  alfresco dining , picnic in the surrounding state, national and municipal  parks , or gather around the barbecue for casual entertaining. During the cold, sometimes  snowy winters , the city's  cultural attractions , including theater, symphony, opera and museums, thrive..

Come to cleveland, by Levente Come to cleveland, by Levente Presentation Transcript

  • Where is Cleveland located and what is it like? Cleveland sits on the southern banks of Lake Eire at the mouth of the Cuyahoga River - a city of green parks, lively neighborhoods and historic buildings . 
  • Visitors are often surprised to discover a vibrant Downtown with distinct neighborhoods and a lively urban atmosphere. Its roots are certainly less eventful than those of New York, Los Angeles or Boston, but Cleveland has outgrown its industrial past from the era of Ohio's development and is now a healthy mix of manufacturing and service industries What can you discover in Cleveland, and What are its roots?
  • Cleveland's Downtown is the focal point around which the rest of the city sits. In the middle of the Downtown area is the historic Public Square, a European-style square with statues and fountains. What’s Cleveland’s focal point, or downtown center called, and what style is it ?
  • The lakefront, recently renewed and cleaned, is home to the stunningly designed Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, which, when it opened in 1995, created not only the renewal of Cleveland's Downtown but the city's growing cultural presence as well .  What’s on the lakefront and why is it Important to the city of Cleveland?
  • Baseball Field Lebron James and The Cavaliers American football Player from the Cleveland Browns More recent additions to Cleveland's Downtown include Jacobs Field, home to the Cleveland Cavaliers,  Cleveland Indians baseball team , and Cleveland Browns Stadium , where the Cleveland Browns play football. The  Great Lakes Science Center  with its Cleveland Clinic OMNIMAX Theater, nestled between the ‘Rock Hall' and the stadium, features a hands-on look at science. LET’S NAME SOMENEW ADDITIONS OR ATTRACTIONS TO CLEVELAND DOWNTOWN….
  • Downtown areas , such as the Theater District, the Historic Warehouse District, the Flats Entertainment District and the Historic Gateway District, are only a few of the  trendy spots  that continue to grow and prosper.  PARTY TIME? CLEVELAND AT NIGHT AND FREE TIME
  • Cleveland is blessed with long,  hot summer days , during which locals enjoy the many restaurants featuring  alfresco dining , picnic in the surrounding state, national and municipal  parks , or gather around the barbecue for casual entertaining. During the cold, sometimes  snowy winters , the city's  cultural attractions , including theater, symphony, opera and museums, thrive.. ALFRESCO/OUTDOOR Metro Park Cleveland SHOVELLING SNOW LAKE EIRE in the WINTER SUMMERTIME
  • LEVENTE’S TYPICAL FREE-TIME IN CLEVELAND
  • NOW, Come to Cleveland, And experience it yourself . When you come, learn the following vocabulary
  • Alfresco Dining Additions Attractions To Be Blessed Lake Bank To Sit On Lively Roots To outgrow Square Development Manufacturing Downtown Focal Point Lakefront Stunningly Designed Hands-On Trendy Spot Locals To Thrive To Gather Around