Cincinnati Landmarks

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Largest Public University in Cincinnati, nicknamed the Bearcats.
Museum along the River that teaches the abolishment of slavery in the United States.
Largest river in Cincinnati, conveniently located right next to the city.
Home of the Bengals, named after team's founder, made in 2000.
Home of the Reds, along the River, opened in 2003.
Oldest bridge in Cincinnati, connects Cincinnati to Covington
Not located in Cincinnati, but in Northern Kentucky. Largest aquarium in Greater Cincinnati Area.
Found at the intersections of 5th and Vine, as well as 5th and Walnut.
Currently under construction, this place plans to become a 'racino' (horse races and slot machines)
2nd tallest building in Cincinnati, at 574 feet tall.
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Largest amusement park in GREATER Cincinnati, famous for owning the world's longest wooden roller coaster.
Home of the Cyclones, this place also hosts multiple ice shows.
Largest zoo in Cincinnati, home of the oldest zoo building in the US, the Reptile House.
Largest Casino in Cincinnati, hosts many concerts outside as well.
Located at 650 Walnut Street, this theatre is home to various plays, ballets,and musicals.
Largest waterpark and amusement park in Cincinnati limits, known for owning the world's largest recirculating pool
Home of the Bearcats football team, seats 35,097 people.
Tallest building in Cincinnati, known for its tiara
Largest Private University in Cincinnati, nicknamed the Musketeers
Now named the Cincinnati Museum Center, this building was formerly used as a train station.

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