Famous Locations Along Euclid Avenue in Cleveland

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Can you name the Famous Locations Along Euclid Avenue in Cleveland?

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3rd tallest Skyscraper in city/Bank HeadquartersCleveland Cliffs now called Cliffs Natural Resources is also headquartered here
Welcome center for foreign vistors Opened last year
Famous former department store headquartersCurrent home of Cuyahoga Community College's (Tri-C) Culinary Institute
concert hall/lounge
Famous restaurant street in city Iron Chef Micheal Symon's Lola is located along this street
HotelFormer headquarters of National City Bank until they moved next door
Fortune 500 bank headquarters skyscraperNational City Bank of Cleveland was bought by this bank in 2008
Oldest continuously operating free speech forum in the country building Opened in 1912, this organization has hosted presidents, Oprah, business magnates, and senators
Former bank headquarters and future apartment building/headquarters of county government/restaurantOriginally called the Cleveland Trust Company
Former hotel, now apartment building Once called the best hotel in Cleveland
LodgeA very secretive society of gentlemen
Former department store headquarters, now an office building, featured on the Drew Carey ShowWas recently put up for sale by Cleveland powerhouse, Forest City Enterprisies
Site of one of the world's most exclusive hotel chainsOne of only 53 high end hotels in the world owned by this company
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Headquarters of Cleveland PBS station, WVIZIncludes the Westfield Insurance Theatre
Cleveland's largest theatre complex, including the Allen, Ohio, Hanna, State, 14th Street, Second, Palace, Kennedy, and Rosenfeld theatresIn fact, this is the second and largest growing theatre complex outside of New York
City headquarters of one of the nation's largest banksBuilt in 1990 as the Renaissance Center, it is the tallest structure located along t his section of the city at 210 feet high
This massive educational complex continues to expand and shows no signs of slowing down this expansionWithin the last ten years, this university has reopened or built: the Euclid Commons, the Fenn Tower, The Education College, The Student Center, and The Langston
Lodge/Secret Society/TheaterOpened in 1921, it for years hosted the Cleveland Orchestra
This theater has hosted many famous concerts over the yearsMicheal Stanley set records for sell outs and capacity here in the 1980's
This hospital complex is the 4th best hospital in the US as of 2010Ranked number one for Heart and in the top ten for almost all 14 of their specialities
This beautifully restored hotel is once again dazzling vistors with its opulenceReopened in 2011, the hotel is brilliantly bathed in light at night, highlighting its Art Deco features
This museum is the home of juvenile play and discovery in Cleveland Opened in 1986, it has provided guidance and space for kids to explore their world
This performance hall is the current seasonal home of the Cleveland OrchestraOpened in 1931, it has been called one the most beautiful and functional concert halls in the world
This hospital is always referred to as Cleveland's 'second' great hospitalOperating since 1866, it has become a regional and indeed industry leader in all its fields
This university is a major player on the world stage, hosting the likes of the world's finest doctors and lawyersIt has in recent years mounted a million dollar plus endowment campaign, which has already more than meant its goal
This museum is the site of one of the newest and most appealing structures ever to grace Euclid AvenueOpened just last year, the museum is already being highlighted in local news stories and has caught the eye of artists in NYC, Chicago and LA

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