A Few Iconic Landmarks in Cincinnati


Cincinnati’s Music Hall has quite the history!  Completed in 1878, its reputation as one of America’s most haunted buildings comes as no surprise to many, given that it was built on top of a pauper’s cemetery.  I’m intrigued now and would love to take a tour in the middle of the night!

When I took the photograph on Saturday, it was quite cold and I’m sure I appeared a little crazy lying on the ground trying to capture the look I wanted…

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Cincinnati Music Hall is located in an area of Cincinnati called Over the Rhine and across the street you’ll find these beautiful Italianate Architecture style homes…

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My assignment for the online magazine called “I Spy Cincy” was to capture areas of Cincinnati in the snow, but unfortunately much of the snow had melted by the time I was given the assignment.  I drove to Fountain Square and Newport on the Levy with no luck.  I was happy to find snow at the historic Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal.  Next time I’m there I’ll take photos inside of the Art Deco Architecture.  There is so much to see and do and with world-class history, science and children’s museums, an Omnimax theater, and an Amtrak Train Station, there’s something to please everyone!

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I love being a “Tourist in my City”!

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