(Copyright Mel Steinhauer all rights reserved) Cities all over the world possess things for which they have some level of fame. On the beautiful Ohio River near the borders of Northern Kentucky and Southeastern Indiana, Cincinnati of course is no exception. John Roebling's Suspension Bridge was once the world's largest and was the prototype for the Brooklyn Bridge. The Carew Tower was built in 1929 and remained the city's tallest building until just recently. Steam powered riverboats of days gone by were once vital for commerce and travel. Today newer replicas of that era cruise up and down the river for sight-seeing tours or dinner cruises. This big red paddle wheel belongs to a floating restaurant named the Mike Fink. These are just a few of some well-known ... Cincinnati Landmarks.
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June 17th, 2011
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