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Cincinnati Skyline Panorama, Ohio Skyline Picture

Cincinnati Skyline Panorama, Ohio Skyline Picture

SKU: CIN5
This twilight panorama, taken by Christopher Gjevre, features downtown Cincinnati situated along the banks of the Ohio River with Covington, Kentucky, in the right foreground. From left to right, the three tallest buildings in the photograph include the 49-story Carew Tower, the PNC Tower with its pyramid-shaped red-lit roof, and the Great American Tower at Queen City Square, with its egg-shaped dome. Pictured in the foreground of these skyscrapers is the Paul Brown Stadium, home to the Cincinnati Bengals football team. Moving to the right along the river is Great American Ballpark, home of the Cincinnati Reds baseball team.
Cincinnati Skyline Panoramic Picture, Ohio

Cincinnati Skyline Panoramic Picture, Ohio

SKU: CIN4
This panorama of Cincinnati was taken by James Blakeway. It features downtown Cincinnati situated on the Ohio River, with Covington, Kentucky, in the foreground. On the left, located on the shore of the Ohio River, is Paul Brown Stadium, home to the Cincinnati Bengals football team. To its right is the bright blue John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge. Built in 1866, it was then the longest suspension bridge in the world. Great American Ball Park, home to the Cincinnati Reds baseball team, is identifiable by its red seats. Directly behind the ball park is the tallest building in Cincinnati, the Great American Tower at Queen City Square. The Ohio River runs along the entire southern border of Ohio and is the largest tributary, by volume, of the Mississippi River.
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Cincinnati, OH Skyline Pictures

Settled in 1788, Cincinnati's metropolitan area has a population of over 2.1 million residents, making it the largest city in Ohio. Cincinnati skyline pictures proudly show the Midwest's first boomtown which grew to rival East Coast cities in both wealth and population. While the city's initial growth was slow, Cincinnati skyline pictures owe their current appearance to the shift from steamboats to railroads in the 19th century which brought about the city we see today.

There are several prominent landmarks visible in Cincinnati skyline pictures that any American sports fan is sure to enjoy. Paul Brown Stadium can be seen on the shore of the Ohio River, and is home to the Cincinnati Bengals football team. Another important sports landmark is the Great American Ball Park, where the Cincinnati Reds baseball team plays.

Cincinnati skyline pictures feature its bustling downtown, seated on the Ohio River. This waterway was crucial in aiding the growth of the Cincinnati skyline we see in pictures today thanks to the introduction of steamboat navigation and the completed Miami and Erie Canal projects. Cincinnati skyline pictures depict a sprawling metropolis whose buildings are spread out over a wide terrain overlooking the Ohio River. Covington, Kentucky can be seen across the river in many Cincinnati skyline pictures. With an active river ferry system and many bridges, the most famous bridge seen spanning the Ohio River in Cincinnati skyline pictures is the Roebling Suspension Bridge, once the longest suspension bridge in the world. This bridge was designed by John Roebling and inspired his later bridge designs, including the famous Brooklyn Bridge.

Another famous building seen in Cincinnati skyline pictures is the Great American Tower at Queen City Square, with its unique egg-shaped dome. This building is the tallest seen in Cincinnati skyline pictures if you included the height of its dome, but otherwise the award for tallest structure would go to Carew Tower, reaching 574 feet in height and completed in 1931.

Known for its large collection of historic architecture, there is something of interest for anyone when looking upon a Cincinnati skyline panoramic picture. Once referred to as the "Paris of America" for its grandiose architectural projects, Cincinnati skyline pictures capture all the amazing views from the first great U.S. Midwest city.

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