Where in the US is Cleveland?
Cleveland is a classic American city with about 400,000 inhabitants on Lake Erie (Lake Erie) and the second largest city in the state of Ohio. You can be here in the mild summer months if you are a real sunbather. Here you can enjoy the beaches, the lake and the many well-kept gardens of the locals. If you are a true foodie, you will feel right at home in Cleveland. At every corner of the street there is a restaurant from another country, here you can find a lot of Italian, Polish and Lebanese dishes.
In 1796, this city was named after Moses Cleaveland. Originally, the name of the city was also written like this. The additional “a” was deleted in 1831 and since then the name of the city has been written as Cleveland.
It is a city of the first when it comes to electricity. In 1879, Cleveland is said to have had the first electrified public square.
The first indoor shopping center was opened in Cleveland in 1890.
The creators and inventors of “Superman”, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, are from Cleveland.
Cleveland didn’t invent rock music, but Cleveland’s local disc jockey Alan Freed coined the term “rock and roll” in the 1950s
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