Cleveland is the second most populated city in the state of Ohio. It is second to that of Columbus, Ohio. It is located on Lake Erie about an hour from the Pennsylvania border. The economy of Cleveland includes financial services, manufacturing, biomedical, and healthcare services. The Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame is located in Cleveland. It is in downtown Cleveland on the shore of Lake Erie as well. It is a historic place full of the most prominent artists of rock ‘n’ roll through the decades. There have been more than 10 million visitors and has accumulated a profit of over 1 1/2 billion dollars. The movement of collecting such artifacts began in 1986 but the actual home of the hall was researched for some time and Cleveland then became its destination later in 1986. From the roots of rock ‘n’ roll such as rhythm and blues, gospel, blues and folk, and country and bluegrass, to the major cities that influence rock ‘n’ roll such San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, Seattle, London, Liverpool, and Memphis, its’ Hall of Fame goes into detail on each of the influencing factors that brought about rock ‘n’ roll. The energy of rock ‘n’ roll was put into the design of the building according to designer I.M. Pei. It is a combination of geometric shapes literally sitting on the shores of Lake Erie. It has an unforgettable building design.
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The Fountain of Eternal Life is in downtown Cleveland. It is also known as the Peace Arriving from the Flames of War and the War Memorial Fountain. Originally, it had 4,155 names representing the Americans who died and had done so in the fighting of the Korean War. In 2004, there was a rededication that included greater Clevelanders the died which included adding of 1,361 names. In all, there have been names added from the Spanish-American War, World War I, World War II, the Korean War, Vietnam War, the Gulf War and the Iraq War. It holds names from over a span of 115 years with a total of 5,552 names.
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The Westside Market is an indoor and outdoor market in Cleveland. It is on the National Register of Historic Places as it is the oldest market of this type in Cleveland. People from all around America visit this market place as it is a very tourist attracting place. It has been covered by Travel Channel and Food Network. According to an issue of Food Network magazine, it was named America’s best food lover’s market.
The North Coast Harbor is an area in downtown Cleveland on Lake Erie that homes the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, the Steamship William G Mercer Maritime Museum, the Great Lakes Science Center, the FirstEnergy Stadium, the USS Cod, Burke Lake Front Airport, Cleveland Cuyahoga County Port Authority, and Voinovich Bicentennial Park.