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Cleveland Skyline Panoramic Picture, Ohio

Cleveland Skyline Panoramic Picture, Ohio

SKU: CLEV1B
This panoramic photograph of downtown Cleveland was taken by Christopher Gjevre. At the far left, visible along Lake Erie, is Cleveland Browns Stadium, home to the Cleveland Browns football team. Located behind the stadium is the brightly-lit Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. At the right of the photograph is Jacobs Field, the 42,000-seat home of the Cleveland Indians baseball team. To the left of Jacobs Field is Gund Arena, home of the Cleveland Cavaliers basketball team. Cleveland is strategically located for transportation and commerce because of its excellent harbors, making it one of the busiest ports on the Great Lakes.
Cleveland Skyline Panoramic Picture

Cleveland Skyline Panoramic Picture

SKU: CLEV3
This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, captures a beautiful sunny day in downtown Cleveland. Featured left of center, along the southern shore of Lake Erie, is FirstEnergy Stadium, home to the Cleveland Browns. The white building to the right of the stadium is one of the city’s top attractions, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. The tallest building in the picture is Key Tower and the second tallest is Terminal Tower, originally built with a 360 degree strobe light to assist ships in Cleveland’s port. Right of the skyscrapers are two notable structures including Quicken Loans Arena, home to the Cleveland Cavaliers and Progressive Field, home to the Cleveland Indians.
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Cleveland, OH Skyline Pictures

Located on the shore of Lake Erie in northeastern Ohio, Cleveland skyline pictures show a picturesque city that is one of the busiest ports on the Great Lakes. Founded in 1796 at the mouth of the Cuyahoga River, Cleveland skyline panoramas show a city that has grown to become a major commerce center thanks to its location on the lake shore and its connection to major railroad lines. The diverse economy of the city is equally evident in the unique architecture seen in Cleveland skyline pictures as the city is strong in manufacturing, financial services, healthcare and biomedical industries.

One of the most famous features seen in any Cleveland skyline picture is the Cleveland Browns Stadium, where the Cleveland Browns football team plays. Also nearby is Jacobs Field, where the Cleveland Indians baseball team plays - as well as Gund Arena, home to the Cleveland Cavaliers basketball team.

Nicknamed "The North Coast," the vast shoreline of Lake Erie can be seen in any Cleveland skyline panoramic picture. Its location right on this major waterway has caused the metropolitan area of Cleveland to grow to over 2.8 million residents. The city has made a comeback after its financial crisis in the 1970s, and this growth is evident in modern Cleveland skyline pictures. Redevelopment has been the strongest within the downtown area of the city, particularly with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, a landmark featured in many Cleveland skyline pictures.

Despite the city being founded in the late 1700s, Cleveland skyline pictures continue to show a city that is an excellent example of revitalization projects. In recent years, it has been ranked as one of the most desirable cities to live in within the U.S., and one of the best emerging cities for business. As the city continues to develop, Cleveland skyline pictures are sure to continue to hold public interest in a uniquely-designed city set against the pristine waters of one of the Great Lakes.

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