Seven Hills Academic Readiness ProgramOne of Cincinnati’s best private schools, The Seven Hills School, is accepting students for an academic readiness program designed to provide students and families with a pathway to private school education.
The Seven Hills Academic Readiness Program (SHARP) offers students from historically underrepresented communities a more straightforward path to the opportunities available at Seven Hills and other private independent schools. Curious, eager learners currently enrolled in grades 4-8 who would flourish in a local independent school such as Seven Hills for the 2022-23 or 2023-24 school year are encouraged to apply.
Student goals for the Seven Hills Academic Readiness Program (SHARP):
- Prepare for the Independent School Entrance Examination (ISEE), the Seven Hills admissions essay, and other aspects of the independent school admission process
- Engage in fun and challenging learning activities across subject areas
- Explore Seven Hills’ arts programs, experiential learning, and athletics
- Meet current Seven Hills students and alumni
- Facilitate application to Seven Hills or support placement at private schools other than Seven Hills
The Seven Hills Academic Readiness Program (SHARP) consists of eight classes held on Thursdays from 6:15 p. m. to 8 p.m. Session dates are as follows:
- December 2, 9, 16, 2021
- January 6, 13, 20, 27, 2022
- February 3, 2022
The Seven Hills Academic Readiness Program (SHARP) Location:
The Hillsdale Campus 5400 Red Bank Road Cincinnati, OH 45227
(If local or community conditions require a shift to remote learning, SHARP School Year will continue by remote.)
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The Seven Hills Academic Readiness Program (SHARP) COVID Safety Measures:
To maintain everyone’s safety, elements of the program that have been adjusted to comply with COVID-19 protocols:
- Social distancing and maximum capacity protocols per classroom
- Mask requirements for all students, educators and visiting parents or guests
The Seven Hills Academic Readiness Program (SHARP) Cost:
The program cost is $125 for the eight-class session, to be credited toward application and testing fees if the student applies to The Seven Hills School.
For more information:
Contact Meredith Brown, SHARP Coordinator, at 513.728.2454 or [email protected]
Looking ahead, The Seven Hills School also offers a summer session called SHARP Summer Camp. This session meets for two weeks in the summer. Learn more about the fall 2021 SHARP Summer Camp at 7hills.org/SHARP.
About The Seven Hills School:
The Seven Hills School is a private school that offers education choices for early childhood education, elementary school, middle school, and high school. Seven Hills has two campuses – one in Madisonville (2-year-olds through grade 12) and one in Walnut Hills (2-year-olds through grade 5).
The average class size is 15 students, with a 9:1 student-teacher ratio. The Seven Hills School students hail from more than 60 ZIP codes in the greater Cincinnati area, and students of color comprise 38 percent of the school’s population. Students at The Seven Hills School experience a fulfilling and enriching learning environment.
The Seven Hills School has championship-caliber athletic facilities and a new Schiff Performing Arts Center. About 80 percent of students participate in athletics. The newly renovated Seven Hills Middle School building will open in spring 2022. The Upper and Middle Schools feature more than 40 extracurricular clubs and afterschool activities, ranging in focus from Mock Trials to community service to Science Olympiad to anime to sports broadcasting.
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Oldest Ohio Private Schools By Founding Date (2021-22)
Founding Date: 1826
115 College Street
Hudson, OH 44236
Founding Date: 1831
3042 College Street
Austinburg, OH 44010
Founding Date: 1831
600 N Bend Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45224
Founding Date: 1837
570 Parsons Ave
Chillicothe, OH 45601
Founding Date: 1843
6111 Cheviot Road
Cincinnati, OH 45247
Founding Date: 1849
640 1st Street N.E.
Massillon, OH 44646
Founding Date: 1850
3301 North Park Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44118
Founding Date: 1850
505 S Ludlow St
Founding Date: 1850
38 Granville St
Newark, OH 43055
Founding Date: 1854
4025 Indian Rd
Toledo, OH 43606
Founding Date: 1857
310 N 8th St.
Upper Sandusky, OH 43351
Founding Date: 1858
27981 Detroit Rd
Westlake, OH 44145
Founding Date: 1861
14 East Liberty Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Founding Date: 1862
4305 Pitts Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45223
Founding Date: 1862
305 W Main St
Woodville, OH 43469
Founding Date: 1864
309 E Chestnut St
Lancaster, OH 43130
Founding Date: 1865
700 S. Third Street
Columbus, OH 43206
Founding Date: 1866
2809 Lincoln Way Nw
Massillon, OH 44647
Founding Date: 1867
304 E Main St.
Bellevue, OH 44811
Founding Date: 1867
Cincinnati, OH 45247
Founding Date: 1867
217 E. Front Street
Perrysburg, OH 43551
Founding Date: 1868
333 N Thoman Street
Crestline, OH 44827
Founding Date: 1868
63 S Mulberry St
Mansfield, OH 44902
Founding Date: 1869
16035 County Road U
Napoleon, OH 43545
Founding Date: 1873
655 Wayne Avenue
Defiance, OH 43512
Founding Date: 1873
533 N Countyline St
Fostoria, OH 44830
Founding Date: 1874
56 Adelbert St
Berea, OH 44017
Founding Date: 1874
226 Elm St
London, OH 43140
Founding Date: 1876
19600 North Park Blvd
Beachwood, OH 44122
Founding Date: 1877
1602 Madison Road
Cincinnati, OH 45206
Founding Date: 1884
1715 S Reynolds Road
Toledo, OH 43614
Founding Date: 1885
175 Saint Joseph Dr
Founding Date: 1886
1911 W 30th St
Cleveland, OH 44113
Founding Date: 1886
66 E William St
Delaware, OH 43015
Founding Date: 1887
7206 Myron Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44103
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Average Private School ACT Scores in Ohio (2021-22)
ACT Score: 32
7474 Morris Rd
ACT Score: 32
2303 Brookford Dr
Toledo, OH 43614
ACT Score: 30
19600 North Park Blvd
Beachwood, OH 44122
ACT Score: 30
5000 Clubside Rd and 12465 County Line Rd.
Cleveland, OH 44124
ACT Score: 30
3565 Bixby Rd
Groveport, OH 43125
ACT Score: 30
5400 Red Bank Road
Cincinnati, OH 45227
ACT Score: 30
2785 SOM Center Road
Chagrin Falls, OH 44022
ACT Score: 30
115 College Street
Hudson, OH 44236
ACT Score: 29
6905 Given Road
Cincinnati, OH 45243
ACT Score: 29
4300 Cherry Bottom Road
Columbus, OH 43230
ACT Score: 29
65 S. Drexel. Ave.
Columbus, OH 43209
ACT Score: 29
4230 Aero Drive
Mason, OH 45040
ACT Score: 29
1715 S Reynolds Road
Toledo, OH 43614
ACT Score: 29
1339 East McMillan Street
Cincinnati, OH 45206
ACT Score: 29
600 N Bend Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45224
ACT Score: 28
6830 School Street
Cincinnati, OH 45244
ACT Score: 28
5151 Denise Dr
Dayton, OH 45429
ACT Score: 26
940 E David Rd
Dayton, OH 45429
ACT Score: 26
4855 St. Rt. 122
Franklin, OH 45005
ACT Score: 26
11530 Madison Rd
Huntsburg, OH 44046
ACT Score: 26
3850 Linden Road
Rocky River, OH 44116
ACT Score: 26
4550 Wyoga Lake Road
Stow, OH 44224
ACT Score: 25
1 Holy Cross Blvd
Akron, OH 44306
ACT Score: 25
9001 Montgomery Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45242
ACT Score: 25
181 Noe Bixby Rd
Columbus, OH 43213
ACT Score: 25
4687 Wyoga Lake Rd
Stow, OH 44224
ACT Score: 25
34001 Cedar Rd
Gates Mills, OH 44040
ACT Score: 25
93 E Main Street
Norwalk, OH 44857
ACT Score: 25
200 Northcrest Drive
Mason, OH 45040
ACT Score: 25
10040 Lafayette Plain City Rd
Plain City, OH 43064
ACT Score: 24
99 E Cooke Rd
Columbus, OH 43214
ACT Score: 24
1140 Rush Ave
Bellefontaine, OH 43311
ACT Score: 24
4524 Linden Ave
Dayton, OH 45432
ACT Score: 24
4824 Tuscarawas St W
Canton, OH 44708
ACT Score: 24
45 Belle Avenue
Delaware, OH 43015
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Seven Hills High School – Cincinnati, Ohio
campus, school, service – Do not use, middle school, interesting place, primary education, secondary educationThe Seven Hills School is an independent, nonsectarian, nonprofit, coeducational school serving students in grades PK-12 from 65 Greater Cincinnati zip codes. Located on two campuses, Seven Hills provides an education of superior quality in a college preparatory program which emphasizes academic excellence, individual expression and development, and service to school and community.
The Seven Hills School is the largest independent, non-church-affiliated school in Ohio. Seven Hills comprises two lower school divisions—Doherty and Lotspeich (both PK-grade 5), Seven Hills Middle School (grades 6-8), and Seven Hills Upper School (grades 9-12).
Seven Hills has two campuses, centrally located in Cincinnati. Seven Hills Lotspeich, Middle, and Upper Schools, as well as the administrative and admission offices, occupy the Hillsdale Campus at 5400 Red Bank Road, near the Fairfax/Red Bank exit of I-71. Seven Hills Doherty School occupies the Doherty Campus at 2726 Johnstone Place, off Madison Road in East Walnut Hills.
The Seven Hills School is accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Central States and is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools.
The Seven Hills School admits qualified students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, gender, or sexual orientation to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally made available to students at the School.
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Historic school founder had ‘open air’ policy
CINCINNATI — Open-air school founder. Cincinnati City Council candidate. Ohio Mother of the Year.
Meet Helen Lotspeich, a colorful character in the history of Cincinnati education whose vitality and commitment to children lives on at the Seven Hills Lotspeich School in Madisonville.
Born into a Quaker family in 1882, Helen Gibbons was one of four daughters of whom their professor father had great expectations. She attended school in Philadelphia, went on to graduate from the University of Pennsylvania and received her master’s degree in German at a university in Leipzig, Germany.
While her sisters went on to become a violinist/singer, a fine art painter and a university professor, Helen and the boyfriend she met at school in Germany returned to Pennsylvania in 1902 to pursue careers in education.
Claude Lotspeich, who was a native of Knoxville, Tenn., studied for his Ph.D. in English philology while Helen taught French and German at a school “run by Dunkards and Mennonites,” wrote her longtime friend and council campaign manager, Iola O. Silberstein, in an essay for the Winter 1983 of the Cincinnati Historical Society’s Queen City Heritage journal.
A Home School That Grew
They moved to Cincinnati where Claude started a 45-year career as a professor at the University of Cincinnati and were married in 1907. The first of five children, Henry, was born a year later in 1908. They bought a house on Resor Avenue in Clifton where Helen Lotspeich chose to home-school Harry because she didn’t like how public school children behaved.
Silberstein wrote that other mothers in the area were drawn to the 5-foot 7-inch, 200-plus pound Lotspeich’s “special genius for both motherhood and teaching.” She didn’t teach by rote or punish by paddle. They asked her to teach their children, and before long Lotspeich had 14 students in her house during the day, Monday through Friday. The year was 1916.
Lotspeich believed fresh air stimulated the mind, and when she had a framed school building built in her backyard, she didn’t close in the windows. Students at her Clifton Open Air School wore heavy coats, hats, stockings and mittens during the cold months – hence their tendency to have poor penmanship, Silberstein wrote.
“Each child had a small container with a chemical, which produced heat when water was added,” she wrote.
The students were taught reading, writing, arithmetic, music, arts and crafts, history, geography, science, manners and the Bible. Reading was encouraged, first and foremost. Students who had finished their class work would grab books and take them out into Lotspeich’s yard to read. She asked parents to read to their young children and keep a good stock of books for older ones to read over summer.
Learning Through Experience
Lotspeich created a natural history museum of sorts in the basement of the family’s house, which children could add specimens to as long as they brought in a written description of their item. She believed children learned from their experience and took them on field trips to Burnet Woods and Music Hall to listen to the renowned Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
Silberstein wrote that Lotspeich was known to close her school on beautiful snowy days because there was more to experience outdoors on those days than in school.
That goes hand in hand with the Clifton Open Air School’s goal to help children to learn the three R’s plus, to love natural beauty and grow their intellectual curiosity. They were taught to appreciate storytelling on a daily basis.
When the cold became unbearable, the students would pile into her house to keep warm. The lessons would not stop, however.
Lotspeich, Silberstein wrote, “believed character development was the ultimate aim of education” and that happiness hinged on being obedient and truthful and considerate to others.
A Progressive Outlook
The school expanded into a lot the Lotspeiches bought next door. They added two more school buildings and hired more teachers. Still, Lotspeich controlled the purchasing and accounting of the business and looked over all report cards, making sure students were graded, not just for academics, but also for self control, social spirit, curiosity, neatness and effort. She believed that a good grade in the latter could lead to a good subject grade.
If an entire class misbehaved, Lotspeich would walk out. If just one student did, she would jokingly say “If you don’t behave, I will sit on you.” This kind of humor was common at Clifton Open Air School.
In many ways, Lotspeich was a true progressive of her era. She believed deeply in inclusion, welcoming Jewish students and teaching their religion in class.
90,000 Cincinnati – Russian
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Cincinnati is a large city in the US state of Ohio and the government seat of Hamilton County. Located in 1788, the city sits on the north side of the confluence of the Liking and Ohio Rivers, the latter of which marks the state’s line with Kentucky. The city is the economic and cultural center of the Cincinnati metropolitan area, the fastest growing economic power in the US Midwest based on economic growth.With a population of 2,190,209 at the 2018 Census, it is Ohio’s largest metropolitan area and the country’s 29th largest city. With a population of 303,940, Cincinnati is the third largest city in Ohio and the 64th largest in the United States. Cincinnati is home to 49.7% of the population of the United States of America, making it the fourth largest metro area with the largest population per day by car.
In the 19th century, Cincinnati was an American boom town in the center of the country.For most of the 19th century, it was ranked in the top 10 US cities in terms of population, surpassed only by New Orleans and the older, established settlements of the east coast of the United States, and is also the sixth largest city in the period spanning 1840 to 1860. of the year. Cincinnati was the first city to be founded after the American Revolution and also the first major inland city in the country.
Cincinnati developed with fewer immigrants and less influence from Europe than East Coast cities during the same period.However, he received a significant number of German-speaking immigrants who founded many of the city’s cultural institutions. Towards the end of the 19th century, with the shift from steamships to railways that delay freight, the structure of trade had changed and Cincinnati’s growth had slowed significantly. The city was surpassed in population by other inland cities, notably Chicago, which developed on the basis of strong commodity exploitation, economy, and railways. Louis, who served as a gateway for migration to the west for decades after the Civil War.
Cincinnati is home to three major sports teams – the Cincinnati Reds of Major League Baseball Cincinnati Bengals of the National Football League and Cincinnati Major League Football. The city’s largest institution of higher education, the University of Cincinnati, was founded in 1819 as a community college and is now one of the 50 largest in the United States. Cincinnati is home to historic architecture with many structures in the urban core that have remained intact for 200 years.In the late 1800s, Cincinnati was commonly referred to as the “Paris of America”, mainly due to such ambitious architectural projects as the Music Hall, the Cincinnati Hotel and the Shillito department store.
Cincinnati is home to William Howard Taft, the 27th President of the United States.
Two years after the founding of the settlement, Arthur St. Clair, governor of the Northwest Territory, changed its name to Cincinnati, possibly at the suggestion of surveyor Israel Ludlow, in honor of the Society of Cincinnati. St. Clair was at the time president of the Society, which included officers of the Continental Army of the Revolutionary War, who named their club For Lucius Quintius Cincinnatus, a dictator in the early Roman Republic who saved Rome from crisis and then went into agriculture because he didn’t want to stay in power. (a phrase commonly associated with Rome) and the twin city program of Sisters International.
Cincinnati began in 1788 when Matthias Denman, Colonel Robert Patterson, and Israel Ludlow landed on the north shore of Ohio opposite the Liking Estuary and decided to settle there.The original surveyor John Filson named it “Losantivil”. On January 4, 1790, St. Clair changed the name of the settlement to honor the Society of Cincinnati.
The introduction of steamboats on the Ohio River in 1811 opened up trade in the city to faster shipping, and the city established trade links with St. Louis, Missouri, and New Orleans downriver. Cincinnati became a city on March 1, 1819. By exporting pork products and hay, it has become the pork processing center in the region. From 1810 to 1830, the city’s population almost tripled – from 9,642 to 24,831 people.
Construction of the Miami and Erie Canal began on July 21, 1825, when it was called the Miami Canal, associated with its origin on the Great Miami River. The first section of the canal was opened for business in 1827. In 1827, the canal, which connected Cincinnati to nearby Middletown by 1840, reached Toledo.
Railroads were the next major form of commercial transport to arrive in Cincinnati. In 1836, the Little Miami Railroad was chartered. Shortly thereafter, construction began on a railroad linking Cincinnati with the Mad River and Lake Erie and providing access to the ports of Sandusky Bay on Lake Erie.
During this time, employers fought to hire enough people to fill vacancies. The city experienced a labor shortage until large waves of Irish and German immigration in the late 1840s. Over the next two decades, the city grew at a rapid pace, reaching 115,000 people by 1850.
During this period of explosive growth and prominence, Cincinnati residents began to call the city the Queen.
Industrial Development and the Gilded Age
Cincinnati’s location, on the border between the Free State of Ohio and the slave state of Kentucky, made it a popular destination for slaves fleeing the slave south.Many prominent abolitionists also called Cincinnati their home during this period and made it a popular subway stop. In 2004, the National Underground Rail Freedom Center was completed along Freedom Way in the city center, in honor of the city’s participation in the underground railroad.
In 1859, Cincinnati built six tram lines, driven by horses, and these lines made it easier for people to get around the city. By 1872, Cincinnati residents were able to travel around the city by tram and transfer to railroad cars for travel to mountain villages.In the same year, the Cincinnati Inclined Plane Company began transporting people to the summit of Mount Auburn. In 1889, the Cincinnati tram system began converting its horse-drawn vehicles into electric trams.
In 1880, the city government completed the Cincinnati South Railroad to Chattanooga, Tennessee. It is the only state-owned railroad in the United States.
In 1884, outrage over a manslaughter verdict, which many observers believed was a clear case of murder, sparked one of the most devastating courthouse riots in American history.Within three days, 56 people were killed and over 300 were injured. The riots ended the regime of political bosses John Roll McLean and Thomas K. Campbell in Cincinnati.
During the Great Depression
The early rejuvenation of the city center began in the 1920s and continued into the next decade with the construction of the Union Terminal, a post office, and a large Cincinnati and Suburban Telephone Company building. Cincinnati weathered the Great Depression better than most American cities of its size, largely due to the resurgence of river trade, which was cheaper than rail freight.The 1937 flood was one of the worst in the country’s history and destroyed many areas along the Ohio Valley. After that, protective flood walls were built in the city.
Cincinnati has many nicknames, including Shinsi, “Nachi, Queen of the City, close to home throughout the region, dozens of sites have historical links to the Underground Railroad, Cincinnati Enquirer, Sunday 15 August 2004,“ Longfellow Poet, Recognizing Growth city, immortalized Cincinnati as “Queen of the City of the West”.accessed May 3, 2008 Queen of the West, Blue Chip City, and the City of Seven Hills. They tend to have professional, academic, and public relations links to the city, including restaurant names such as Blue Chip Cookies, and are not usually used by locals in casual conversation.
The Seven Hills are fully described in the June 1853 West American Review, “Article III – Cincinnati — Its Relationship to the West and South.” The hills form a crescent from the east bank of the Ohio River to the west bank – Mount Adams, Walnut Hills, Mount Auburn, Vine Street Hill, College Hill, Fairmount and Mount Harrison.
The classic nickname “Queen City” is taken from a newspaper article in 1819 and further immortalized with the 1854 poem “Wine of Catoba”. In it, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote about the city –
Over the years, Cincinnati was known as “Porcopolis,” a less desirable nickname that came from the city’s major pork interests.
New nicknames such as “Nati” appear and are tried to be used in various cultural contexts. For example, a local waste prevention campaign uses the slogan “Don’t touch Nati,” Keep Cincinnati Beautiful website, accessed May 3, 2008.
“City of Seven Hills” is another name for the city. When the city was younger and smaller, the June 1853 edition of the West American Review, Article III-Cincinnati – Its Relations to the West and South, described and seven specific hills are named. These hills form a crescent moon around the cities of Mount Adams, Walnut Hills, Mount Auburn, Vine Street Hill, College Hill, Fairmont (now Fairmount) and Mount Harrison (now known as Price Hill). The name refers to Ancient Rome, which is believed to be built on seven hills.
Like all major cities in the United States, Cincinnati was spread by the Americans, but also by the Ulster Scots, known as the Scots Irish, border guards, and killboters. Most longtime residents of Cincinnati have family ties rooted in the Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana trilateral state and beyond. The first Methodist class appeared in 1798, the residents of the city had already been inspired by Methodist preachers for many years, among the Methodist institutions were the Hospital of Christ, as well as projects of the German Methodist Church.
, which took place every three to four years between 1988 and 2006, celebrated the city’s heritage in the field of river boats.
Cincinnati, on a plain in the heart of the country, depended on trade with the slave states south of the Ohio River at a time when thousands of blacks settled in the free state of Ohio. Most of them arrived after the Civil War and were from Kentucky and Virginia, and many were fugitives seeking freedom and working in the North. Although 57% of whites migrated from the free states, 26% were from the southern states, and they retained their cultural support for slavery.This quickly led to tensions between pro-slavery residents and those who advocate the abolition of abolitionism and the lifting of restrictions on free people of color, as codified in the 1804 Black Code.
The Germans were among the earliest newcomers to migrate from Pennsylvania and the hinterland of Virginia and Tennessee. General David Ziegler succeeded General St. Clair as commanding officer at Fort Washington. After the end of the Northwest Indian War and the resettlement of Native Americans to the west, he was elected as the first president of the city of Cincinnati (equivalent to a mayor) in 1802.Cincinnati was influenced by the Irish as well as Prussian and Saxon (North Germans) seeking to emigrate away from crowds and strife. In 1830, residents with German roots made up 5% of the population, since ten years later their number increased to 30%, and many emigrated from Pennsylvania. After the Prussian Revolution of 1848, thousands of Germans entered the city, and by 1900 more than 60 percent of its population were Prussians. The servants, weighed down Irish, did the same, often organizing crowds, and the Germans, far from their Pennsylvania Dutch connections, did the same.Thus, the city leaders had to resort to fortification measures against the clashes of visitors.
, the symbol of Cincinnati, was dedicated in 1871.
Unstable social conditions led to riots in 1829 when many blacks lost their homes and property. When the Irish entered the city in the late 1840s, they competed with blacks in the lower levels of the economy. White-versus-black riots occurred in 1836, when the abolitionist press was destroyed twice, and in 1842.More than 1,000 blacks fled the city after the riots of 1829. Blacks in Philadelphia and other major cities raised money to help refugees recover from the devastation. By 1842, blacks were taking root better in the city, protecting themselves and their property during the riots, and working politically.
Emigrants, although widely discussed, did not overtake the settlers in terms of population. Neighboring Waynesville hosts the Ohio Sauerkraut Festival every year, and Cincinnati hosts several major annual events celebrating connections with the Old World.Oktoberfest Zinzinnati, Bockfest, Cincy USA website and Taste of Cincinnati are represented by local restaurateurs.
The Jewish community of Cincinnati was developed by immigrants from England and Germany. Most of society, led by Isaac M. Wise, developed Reform Judaism in response to the influence of the Enlightenment and began a new life in the United States. Rabbi Wise, known as the founding father of the reform movement, and his contemporaries have greatly influenced the Jewish faith in Cincinnati, the United States, and around the world.Bibliography of the Jewish Encyclopedia.
M. Wise, Memories, transl. from German and ed. David Philipson, Cincinnati, 1901
American Israeli, 1854-1900, Passim and Jubilee, June 30, 1904.
The Potter Stewart United States Courthouse, listed by the NRHP, is a federal court, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, one of thirteen appeals courts of the United States. The Cincinnati branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland is located across the street from the East Fourth Street Historic District.
headquartered in Cincinnati
Metropolitan of Cincinnati has the twenty-eighth largest economy in the United States and the fifth largest in the Midwest, after Chicago, Minneapolis, Detroit, and St. Louis. It currently has the fastest growing midwest in interest-based economic capital. The region’s gross domestic product in 2015 was $ 127 billion. The median home price is $ 158,200, and the cost of living in Cincinnati is 8% below the national average.The unemployment rate is also below average at 4.2%.
Several Fortune 500 companies headquartered in Cincinnati such as Procter Gamble, Kroger Company, and Fifth Third Bank. General Electric is headquartered in Cincinnati. The Kroger company employs 21,646 people locally, making it the largest employer in the city, and the University of Cincinnati is the second largest at 16,000 annually, making it one of the largest street festivals in the United States.A Taste of Cincinnati, Accessed December 27, 2009.
Food90,075 Restaurants 90,076
Frisch’s Big Boy, Graeter’s Ice Cream, Kroger, LaRosa’s, Montgomery Inn, Skyline Chili, Gold Star Chili and United Dairy Farmers (UDF / Trauth) are Cincinnati-based eateries that sell their brand at grocery markets and gas stations. Getta Gliera is produced in the Cincinnati area and is a popular local food.
There are many fine dining restaurants in Cincinnati.The Cincinnati Maisonette was the longest-running Mobil Travel Guide five-star restaurant in the United States, holding that distinction for 41 straight years until it closed in 2005. Its former chef, Jean-Robert de Cavel, has opened four new restaurants in the area since 2001.
One of the oldest and most famous bars in the United States, Arnold’s Bar and Grill in downtown Cincinnati, won Esquire’s Best Bars in America, Thrillist’s Most Iconic Bar in Ohio, and the Daily Meal’s 150 Best Bars in America …and “Cincinnati 10” Seriuseats. “If Arnold was in New York, San Francisco, Chicago or Boston – in short, where people really go – he would be world famous,” wrote David Vondrich.
, developed in the 1920s by Macedonian immigrants in Cincinnati.
Cincinnati chili, a spicy sauce served over noodles, usually topped with cheese and often diced onions and / or beans, is “the most famous regional food in the area”.Various recipes are served by respective salons, including Skyline Chile, Gold Star Chile, and Dixie Chile and Delhi, as well as independent chile salons including Camp Washington Chile, Empress Chile and Moonlight Chili. It was first developed by immigrant Macedonian restaurateurs in the 1920s. Cincinnati was named on July 2016 the “Capital of Chile of America” and “of the World” because it has more chili restaurants per capita than any other city in the United States or in the world. MSN, Accessed July 23, 2009.
Goetta is a meat and grain sausage or gruel of German inspiration. It consists mainly of minced meat (pork or pork and beef), pinhead oats, and spices.
The people of Cincinnati speak a common American dialect. Unlike the rest of the Midwest, Southwestern Ohio shares some aspects of its vowel system with northern New Jersey English. Most of the distinctive local features among speakers resurface as Midland American.There is also some influence of the South American dialect found in Kentucky. In the local dialect, notes of northern German are heard – some residents use the word “please” when asking the speaker to repeat a statement. This usage comes from German practice where bitte (short for the formal, “Wie bitte?” Or “How please?”
In 1950, Cincinnati peaked with a population of 504,000 and has since lost population in all censuses.In the late 20th century, industrial restructuring resulted in job losses. The 2006 Census Bureau estimated the population at 332,252, a slight increase from 331,310 in 2005. The city has formally challenged the original census figures. Mayor Mark Mallory has repeatedly claimed the city’s population is 378,259 after detailed research by an independent non-profit group based in Washington, DC.The Census Bureau estimated the population at 302,601 in July 2018, almost 30,000 fewer than in 2006.
According to the 2010 census, there were 296,943 people, 133,420 households and 62,319 families living in the city. The population density was 161,095 housing units with an average population density. The racial makeup of the city was 49.3% White, 45.0% African American, 0.3% Native American, 1.8% Asian, 0.1% Pacific Islander, 1.2% other races , and 2.5% from two or more races.Hispanics or Hispanics of any race made up 2.8% of the population.
There were 133 420 households in the country, of which 25.4% had children under the age of 18, 23.2% consisted of married couples living together, 19.1% had a housewife without a husband, 4.4% had a housewife. a man without a wife and 53.3% were not married. 43.4% of all households were made up of individuals and 9.9% had one person aged 65 or over. The average household size was 2.12 and the average family size was 3.00.
The average age of the city’s residents was 32.5 years. 22.1% of residents were under the age of 18, 14.6% were between 18 and 24, 28.4% were between 25 and 44, 24.1% were between 45 and 64, and 10.8 % – 65 years and older. The gender composition of the city’s population was 48.0% of men and 52.0% of women.
According to the 2000 Census, the population of the Cincinnati-Middletown-Wilmington Metropolitan Statistical Area was 2,155,137, making it the 24th largest metropolitan area in the country.It includes the counties of Ohio Hamilton, Butler, Warren, Claremont, Clinton, and Brown, as well as Kentucky Boone, Bracken, Campbell, Gallatin, Grant, Kenton and Pendleton counties and Indiana counties Dearborn, Franklin, and Ohio.
Urban landscape and climate
The city is undergoing significant changes due to new developments and private investments. This includes the buildings of the long-deadlocked Banks project, which includes apartments, shops, restaurants and offices that will stretch from Great American Ball Park to Paul Brown Stadium.Phase 1A has already been completed and at the beginning of 2013 is 100 percent busy. Smale Riverfront Park, developed in conjunction with The Banks, is Cincinnati’s newest park. Cincinnati’s urban center (including Northern Kentucky) has an investment of nearly $ 3.5 billion. Most of this development has been taken over by 3CDC. The Cincinnati Bell Connector started in September 2016.
Cincinnati is located halfway along the river between Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Cairo, Illinois. The city center is close to the Liking estuary, the confluence where the first settlement took place.Greater Cincinnati encompasses southern Ohio and Indiana, while the northern Kentucky Census Bureau measured the city proper, on which land and water were. The city spreads over a series of hills, bluffs, and low ridges overlooking Ohio in the Bluegrass region of the country. The Tri-State is geographically located within the Midwest and is located in the far north in the south of the country.
Three municipalities are surrounded by the city – Norwood, Elmwood Place and Saint Bernard. Norwood is a business and industrial city, while Elmwood Place and Saint Bernard are small, mostly residential communities.There is no exclave in Cincinnati, but the city government owns several real estate properties outside the corporation – French Park in the village of Amberley, an abandoned airstrip at the former Blue Ash Airport in Blue Ash, and the Cincinnati South Railroad, which runs between Cincinnati and Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Cincinnati is home to numerous waterfronts that are noteworthy for their architectural characteristics or historical associations, as well as Carew Tower, Scripps Center, Ingalls Building, Cincinnati Union Terminal, and the Temple of Isaac M.Wise. public parks and landscapes include the 19th century Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum, Eden Park and Mount Storm Park, all designed by the Prussian émigré landscape architect Adolph Strauch.
Queen City Square opened in January 2011. The building is the tallest in Cincinnati (surpasses the Carew Tower) and is the third tallest in Ohio, reaching a height of 665 feet.
Cincinnati’s Skywalk, which was completed in 1997, was shortened to bring more commerce, but still remains a viable way to walk downtown in bad weather.The Cincinnati Botanical Gardens at Avondale is the second oldest zoo in the United States.
Downtown Cincinnati rises above Fountain Square, a public plaza and event venue. Fountain Square was renovated in 2006. The fountain. 2016. Cincinnati is located along the waterfront near the northern shores of Ohio, stretching from California to Sayler Park, making mighty Ohio and its movements prominent in city life.Frequent floods have hampered the development of Cincinnati’s Lanken Field Municipal Airport and Coney Island Amusement Park. Downtown Cincinnati is protected from flooding by a serpentine wall at Yeatman’s Cove and another wall built in the Fort Washington Way area. Parts of Cincinnati are also prone to flooding from the Little Miami River and Mill Creek.
On April 1, 1922, the Ohio flood stage in Cincinnati was officially installed in size from the John A. Roebling suspension bridge.At this depth, a pumping station at the Mill Creek Estuary is activated. From 1873 to 1898, the flood stage was from 1899 to March 31, 1922; it was Ohio that reached its lowest level, less than in 1881, on the contrary, its all-time high water mark has a ridge on January 26, 1937. Various parts of Cincinnati flood at various points – Riverbend Music Center in California floods while Sayler Park floods and Freeman Avenue flood gates close at
Cincinnati is located on the southern border (including the isotherm) of the humid continental climate zone (Köppen-Dfa), bordering the humid subtropical climate zone (Cfa).Summers are hot and humid, with significant rainfall each month and highs reaching or exceeding 21 days a year, often with high dew points and high humidity. July is the warmest month with an average daytime temperature of
Winters are usually cold and snowy, with January, the coldest month, on average, minimum values reaching an average of 2.6 nights per year. On average, snow will fall in winter, which contributes to annual precipitation, with a peak in spring. Extreme events range from January 18, 1977 to July 21 and 22, 1934.Severe thunderstorms are common during the warmer months, and tornadoes, although infrequent, are not out of the question, with such events hitting the Greater Cincinnati area as recently as 1974. 1999, 2012 and 2017
Although most of the area is Dfa, downtown Cincinnati is Cfa with average monthly temperatures ranging from 32.1 “F in January to 76.5” F in July.
Cincinnati has three major league teams, seven minor league teams, five college institutions with sports teams, and seven major sports venues.The Cincinnati three major league MLB Reds, which were named after America’s first professional baseball team, the National Football League’s Cincinnati Red Stockings Bengals and Cincinnati FC, are promoted to Major League Soccer in 2019.
On Major League Baseball Opening Day, Cincinnati is honored to hold a “traditional opening” in baseball every year, thanks to its baseball history. It is known that on the opening day of baseball, children skip school, and this is considered a holiday.The
Flying Pig Marathon is an annual event that attracts many runners, as well as the western south tennis tournament, the Cincinnati Masters.
The Cincinnati Reds won five World Series titles and in the mid-1970s had one of the most successful baseball teams of all time, known as the Big Red Machine. The Bengals have played in the Super Bowl twice since founding, in 1981 and 1988, but have yet to win the championship. As of 2016, the Bengals have the longest active playoff win drought (26 years), despite having played five straight playoffs between 2011 and 2015.the games are dubbed the “Royal Cup” because Charlotte, North Carolina, the hometown of the Panthers, is also known as Queen City. The Bengals have a strong rivalry with the Cleveland Browns and the Pittsburgh Steelers (both are also members of AFC North).
Cincinnati is also home to two men’s college basketball teams – the Cincinnati Bearcats and the Xavier Musketeers. The two teams face off against each other in one of the college basketball competitions known as the Crosstown Shootout.In 2011, the rivalry erupted in a late-game court brawl, which was followed by several suspensions. The Musketeers have played 10 of the last 11 NCAA events, while the Bearcats have played six times in a row. Previously, members of the Cincinnati royals competed in the National Basketball Association from 1957 to 1972, they are now known as the “Kings of Sacramento.”
Cincinnati is a football team playing in the MLS. Cincinnati FC made its USL debut at home on April 9, 2016 in front of a crowd of over 14,000 fans.In his next home match against Louisville City, Cincinnati FC broke the USL attendance record with 20,497 spectators on May 14, 2016, breaking his own record with 23,375 spectators after a 1-0 win over the Pittsburgh Riverhounds. Since then, Cincinnati FC has broken the USL attendance record several more times and moved to the Major League Soccer (MLS) for the 2019 season. On May 29, 2018, Cincinnati FC won the MLS competition and plans to open a new stadium in the West End northwest of downtown by 2021.
The table below shows the sports teams in the Cincinnati area with an average of over 5,000 fans per game – the
Cincinnati Masters, a historic international men’s and women’s tennis tournament that is part of the ATP Tour Masters 1000 and WTA Tour Premier 5 series, was founded in town in 1899 and has been held in the suburb of Mason since 1979. The
Cincinnati Sizzle is a minor women’s professional tackle football team that plays in the women’s football alliance.The team was formed in 2003 by the former Cincinnati Bengals running back Ickey Woods. In 2016, the team won their first national title in the US Women’s Football League.
The Cincinnati Cyclones is a professional Minor League AA level hockey team playing in the EXL. Founded in 1990, the team plays at the American Bank Arena. They won the 2010 Kelly Cup Final, their 2nd championship in three seasons. Cincinnati is also home to the first US-based Australian football team, The Cincinnati Dockers, founded in 1996.
Police and Fire Services
increased after the 2001 riots but has declined since then.
The City of Cincinnati Emergency Services for Fire, Rescue, EMS, Hazardous Materials, and Explosive Ordnance Disposal are operated by the Cincinnati Fire Department. On April 1, 1853, the Cincinnati Fire Department became the first paid professional fire department in the United States. The Cincinnati Fire Department consists of 26 fire stations located throughout the city in 4 boroughs, each of which is controlled by a district chief.
The Cincinnati Fire Department is organized in 4 bureaus – operations, personnel and training, administrative services and fire prevention. Each bureau is commanded by an assistant chief, who in turn submits a report to the chief of the department.
The Cincinnati Police Department has over 1,000 sworn officers. Prior to the 2001 riots, the overall crime rate in Cincinnati had been steadily declining and by 1995 had reached its lowest level since 1992, but with more murders and rapes.Violent crime increased after the riots, but crime rates have continued to decline since then. In 2015, there were 71 murders.
The Cincinnati Police Department aired on TLC Police Women of Cincinnati and on the reality TV show AE The First 48.
Government and Politics
The city works with nine city councilors, whose members are elected to a large one. Until 1924, members of the city council were elected according to the parish system.The parish system was subject to corruption due to party rule. From the 1880s to the 1920s, the Republican Party dominated urban politics, and the political machine of George B. “Boss” Cox exercised control.
The reform movement emerged in 1923, led by another Republican, Murray Sezongood. Seasongood founded a statutory committee that used voting initiatives in 1924 to replace the parish system with the current system as a whole. They have received voter approval for a council-managerial form of government of government, in which a smaller council (as compared to the number of previous representatives of the parish) hires a professional manager to operate the day-to-day affairs of the city.From 1924 to 1957, the council was elected through proportional representation and single transfer voting (STV). Beginning with Ashtabula in 1915, several major Ohio cities adopted this electoral system, which had the practical effect of reducing the arrival of the boss and the political party in power. For this reason, such groups opposed it.
In an attempt to repeal a charter that provided for proportional representation, opponents in 1957 fanned fears of black political power at a time when civil rights activism was on the rise.A revised version of The Forgotten History of a Unified Oversized Vote in the United States, at submission 34, no. 1 (Winter 1996/7), accessed March 30, 2015, the PR / STV system allowed minorities to enter local politics and gain more city council seats than they had before, in proportion to their share of the population. This made the government more representative of the city’s residents. Columbus-Ohio State University Press, 1995, p. Introduction Cancellation of this statute, in 1957, all candidates were required to run in one race for nine city council positions.The nine best candidates (“9-X” system) were selected to give preference to candidates who could reach the entire geographic area of the city and reach its residents through campaign materials. The mayor was elected by the council. In 1977, 33-year-old Jerry Springer, later a famous TV talk show host, was elected for one year as mayor.
Residents continued to work on improving their system. In order to count more votes, starting in 1987, the mayor was automatically elected mayor in the elections to the city council.Since 1999, the mayor was first elected separately in a general election. The role of the city administrator in government has been diminished. These reforms have been labeled “strong mayors” to make publicity accountable to voters. Cincinnati’s politics includes the Charter Party, the political party with the third longest history of winning local elections. On October 5, 2011, the Council became the first local government in the United States of America to pass a resolution recognizing freedom from domestic violence as a fundamental human right.On January 30, 2017, the Mayor of Cincinnati declared the city a city of refuge.
has exhibits on the underground railway.
Due to its location on the Ohio River, Cincinnati was a border city in a free state, opposite Kentucky, which was a slave state. Cincinnatians played an important role in abolitionism. Many fugitive slaves used Ohio in Cincinnati to flee north. Cincinnati had many subway stations, but the city also had runaway slave catchers who exposed the escaped slaves to the danger of recapture.
Given Cincinnati’s location in southern Ohio, it also attracted settlers from the Upper South who traveled along the Ohio River to its territory. Tensions between abolitionists and slavery advocates erupted as a result of repeated violence when whites attacked blacks in 1829. Anti-abolitionists attacked blacks in the city in a wave of destruction that left 1,200 blacks from the city and the country they had migrated to in Canada. The riots and their refugees were a topic of controversy throughout the country, and blacks organized the first Negro convention in 1830 in Philadelphia to discuss the events.
In 1836 and 1842, white versus black rebellions broke out again in Cincinnati. In 1836, a pro-slavery mob attacked black quarters as well as a press run by James M. Byrney, publisher of the anti-slavery weekly Philanthropist. Abolitionism 1830-1850, Uncle Tom’s Cabin and American Culture, University of Virginia, 1998-2007, accessed January 14, 2009 Tensions escalated following the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850, which required the cooperation of citizens of free states and increased penalties for incapacity try to get the fugitive slaves back.
Levi Coffin made the Cincinnati area the center of his anti-slavery efforts in 1847. Levi Coffin, Memoirs of Levi Coffin, the famous president of the Underground Railroad – a brief history of the labors of a lifetime in the name of a slave, with the stories of numerous fugitives who gained their freedom thanks to his weapons, and many other incidents, Cincinnati – Western Highway Society, University of Michigan Harriet Library Beecher Stowe lived in Cincinnati for a time, met with escaped slaves, and used their stories as the basis for her novel Uncle Tom’s Cabin (1852).). The National Underground Freedom Center, which opened in 2004 on the Cincinnati River embankment in the middle of the Banks between the Great American Baseball Stadium and Paul Brown Stadium, pays tribute to the volunteers who helped refugee slaves and their quest for freedom, as well as others who have been leaders for social justice.
Ohio’s oldest operating market.
Situated in a free state and attracting many European immigrants, Cincinnati has historically had a predominantly white population.By 1940, the Census Bureau reported that 87.8 percent of the city’s population was white and 12.2 percent was black.
In the second half of the 20th century, Cincinnati, along with other cities in the Rust Belt, underwent a huge demographic transformation. By the early 21st century, the city’s population was 40% black. The predominantly white working class families that made up the urban core during the European immigration boom in the 19th and early 20th centuries moved to newly built suburbs before and after World War II.Blacks, fleeing the oppression of southern Jim Crow in hopes of better socio-economic opportunities, moved to these old quarters of the city during the Great Immigration to the Industrial North. The industrial downturn at the end of the 20th century resulted in the loss of many jobs, leaving many people in poverty. In 1968, the adoption of national civil rights legislation raised hopes of positive change, but the assassination of national leader Martin Luther King, Jr. led to unrest in many of Cincinnati’s black neighborhoods, which has raged in nearly every major US city since King’s assassination.
More than three decades later, in April 2001, there was a racist riot after police fatally shot and killed a young, unarmed black man, Timothy Thomas, in pursuit of his arrest, largely for pending traffic warrants. Following the 2001 riots, the ACLU, Cincinnati Black United Front, the city and its police union agreed on a community-oriented police strategy. This agreement was used as a model across the country for building relationships between police and local communities.
On July 19, 2015, Samuel DuBose, an unarmed black motorist, was fatally shot by a white University of Cincinnati police officer, Ray Tenzing, after a routine traffic stop due to a missing front license plate. The trials in the case at the end of 2016 were consistently in the spotlight of the national media. There have been several protests involving the Black Lives Matter movement. Tenzing was charged with murder and manslaughter, but his trial in November 2016 ended in a wrong trial after a jury deadlocked.A retrial began in May 2017, which also ended in error following a deadlock. The prosecution then said it had no plans to try Tenzing a third time. The University of Cincinnati has agreed with the DuBos family for $ 4.8 million and free tuition for each of its 12 children.
The current Mayor of Cincinnati is John Cranly. The nine city councilors consist of Vice Mayor Christopher Smitherman and Councilors Jan-Michelle Lemon Kearney, David Mann, Amy Murray, Chris Seelbach ,.Mr. Sittenfeld, Greg Landsman, Jeff Pastor, and Wendell Young.City Cincinnati website, city manager Paula Boggs Muething,
and the manager has three assistant city managers.
The city has an extensive library system, both public and university. The Cincinnati and Hamilton County Public Library was the third largest public library in the country in 1998.
The University of Cincinnati, called Cincinnati or UC, is a public university.The university is renowned for architecture and engineering, humanities, music, nursing and social sciences. The Cincinnati Art Academy, nicknamed AAC, was founded as the McMeeken School of Design in 1869. The University of Cincinnati Medical Center is Ohio’s premier public health institute. Kathleen Battle, Al Hirt and Faith Prince have taught at the College’s Music Conservatory. Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS) includes sixteen citywide high schools.CPS, the third largest school cluster in terms of enrollment, was the largest cluster to receive an overall “effective” rating from the government. The county currently hosts Montessori public schools, including the first U.S.-based public high school Montessori, Clark Montessori. The high school for Cincinnati Public Schools is Walnut Hills High School, which is ranked 34th on Newsweek’s National Best Public Schools list. Walnut Hills offers 28 continuing education courses.Cincinnati is also home to the country’s first kindergarten – 12th grade art school, the School of Creative and Performing Arts. Cincinnati State is a small college that includes the Midwest Culinary School. Also located in Cincinnati is the Christian University of Cincinnati. Five hundred years after the Reformation, Cincinnati delivered an internationally renowned lecture on book planning and research for anxious city visitors, and the staff of the Cincinnati Museum of Art built the Albrecht Dürer – The Reformation and Renaissance, with a lot of university design, art, and an architectural program given for the city …Much of the work explores the social ontology of the emergence of basic beliefs and decency, intertwined with the scriptures and pamphlets that paved the way for widespread European withdrawal.
There are several schools in the Jewish community, including the RITSS (Regional Institute for Torah and Secular Studies) Comprehensive Secondary School and the Yeshivas Lubavitch Comprehensive Secondary School. Jewish Union College – The Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC-JIR), founded by Isaac Mayer the Wise, is a seminary for the training of reformist rabbis and other religious leaders.
Xavier University, one of three Roman Catholic colleges along with Chatfield College and Mount St. Joseph University, was at one time associated with the Ohio Athenaeum, the seminary of the Archbishop of Cincinnati. The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnati operates 16 high schools in Cincinnati, ten of which are same-sex schools. The city has six female high schools and four male high schools, as well as additional schools in urban areas.
Antonelli College, a vocational training school, is located in Cincinnati with several additional campuses in Ohio and Mississippi.
Theater and Music
, one of the largest performing arts venues in Cincinnati.
Professional theater has been operating in Cincinnati since at least the 1800s. Professional companies based in the city include the Cincinnati Theater Ensemble, The Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, The Know Cincinnati Theater, Stage One Cincinnati, Cincinnati Community Theater, Cincinnati Opera, Performance Gallery and Cincinnati Clean Stage. The city is also home to the Cincinnati Park Playhouse, which hosts regional premieres, and the Aronoff Center, which conducts touring Broadway shows every year across Broadway across America.The city has public theaters such as the Cincinnati Young People’s Theater, the Showboat Majestic (which is the last surviving showboat in the United States and possibly the world), and the Marimont players.
Since 2011, the Cincinnati Opera and the Cincinnati College of Music Conservatory have partnered to sponsor Opera Fusion – New Works. The Opera Fusion – New Works project serves as a program for composers or librettists teaching opera in a 10-day residency. This program is led by Cincinnati Opera’s Artistic Operations Director Markus Kühle and CCM Opera House Director Robin Guarino.
building designed by Zaha Hadid.
Music events include the Cincinnati May Festival, the Banbury Music Festival, and the Cincinnati Bell / WEBN Riverfest. Cincinnati hosted the World Choir Games with the catchy mantra “Cincinnati, the City that Sings!”
In 2015, Cincinnati hosted the 2015 USITT Conference and Expo Stage at the Duke Energy Convention Center, bringing 5,000 students, university professors, theater designers and performers, and other staff to the city.The USITT Conference is considered the premier conference for theater, opera and dance in the United States.
Rage in Harlem was completely filmed in the Cincinnati area above the Rhine due to its resemblance to 1950s Harlem. Films that have been filmed specifically in Cincinnati include Best Years of Our Lives (aerial footage at the beginning of the film), Ides of March, Fresh Horses, Asphalt Jungle (the opening is filmed from a public landing and takes place in Cincinnati, although only Boone County, Kentucky is mentioned). Rain Man, Miles in Front, Airborne, Grimm Reality, Little Tate Man, City of Hope, Innocent Man, Tango Cash, Christmas Mom, Lost in Yonkers, Summer Catch, Artwork, Dreamer, Elizabethtown, Jimmy and Judy, Eight Men Out, Milk Money, Traffic, Pride of Jesse Hallam, Great Buck Howard, In too deep, seven below, Carol, Public eye, Last late night, and mighty.Also, Wild Hogs is set, although not filmed, in Cincinnati.
Cincinnati’s skyline featured prominently in the opening and closing hours of CBS / ABC’s daytime drama Edge of the Night from 1956 to 1980, when the Los Angeles skyline changed, the cityscape became a stunt double for the show, Monticello. Procter Gamble, the show’s producer, is based in Cincinnati. The Cincinnati sitcom WKRP and its sequel / spin-off “The New WKRP Cincinnati” featured city skyline and other outdoor shots in their credits, although they were not filmed in Cincinnati.The city’s skyline also appeared in the April episode of The Drew Carey Show, which was filmed in Carey’s hometown in Cleveland. The video for 3 Doors Down “It’s Not My Time” was filmed in Cincinnati and includes the skyline and Fountain Square. In addition, The Law of Harry, an NBC legal drama directed by David E. Kelly and starring Katie Bates, was filmed in Cincinnati.
Cincinnati spawned or at home with popular musicians and singers, Lonnie Mac, Doris Day, Odd Nosdam, Dinah Shore, Fats Waller, Rosemary Clooney, Bootsy Collins, Isley Brothers, Merle Travis, Hank Ballard, Otis Williams, mood, midnight Star, Calloway, Afghan Whigs, Across the Rhine, Blessid Unity of Souls, Freddie Meyer, 98 degrees, Greenhornes, in deele guests can taste exquisite, end-user, heartless bastards, dopamine, which, Adrian Bellew, National, Foxy Shazam, why ?, Imagine a hydrogen bomb, Ferguson and walk on the moon, and the alternative hip-hop producer for high-tech calls to the Cincinnati region home.Andy Biersack, vocalist for the rock band Black Veil Brides, was born in Cincinnati.
The Cincinnati Festival Choir is an amateur choir that has existed since 1880. The city is home to the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Opera, Cincinnati Boychoir and Cincinnati Ballet. The Greater Cincinnati area is also home to several regional and youth orchestras, including the Starling Chamber Orchestra and the Cincinnati Youth Orchestra. Music Director James Conlon and Choir Director Robert Porco lead the choir through an extensive repertoire of classical music.The May Festival Choir is the backbone of the oldest continuous choir festival in the Western Hemisphere. Cincinnati Music Hall was built to house the May Festival.
The Nether series by Kim Harrison is an urban fantasy set in Cincinnati. The American Girl sub-series Keith Kittredge also took place in the city, although the film based on it was filmed in Toronto.
Cincinnati also has its own branch (or “Tent”) of the Sons of the Desert (the Laurel and Hardy Society of Appreciation), which meets several times a year.
Cincinnati is the theme of a Connie Smith song written by Bill Anderson called Cincinnati, Ohio.
Cincinnati – the main script for the international musical production of the Italian artist and composer Veronica Vitale “Inside the Outsider”. She introduced train sounds to Baltimore and Ohio in downtown Cincinnati, filmed her music single “Mi Sono innamorato di Te” at the American Sign Museum and recorded her heart sound at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, replacing it with drums for her song “The Pulse of Light ”broadcast at Ryan Seacrest’s studio.In addition, she released the music single “Nobody is Perfect” featuring legendary Cincinnati bass player Bootsy Collins.
Cincinnati was a major recording center for early music and home to King Records, which helped launch the career of James Brown, who frequently recorded there, Jewel Records, which helped launch Lonnie Mac’s career, and Fraternity Records.
Cincinnati has had a vibrant jazz scene from the 1920s to the present day. Louis Armstrong’s first recordings were made in the Cincinnati area, with Gennett Records, as did Jelly Roll Morton’s, Hoagy Carmichael’s, and Bix Beiderbecke, who briefly settled in Cincinnati.Fat Waller worked for the WLW in the 1930s.
The Cincinnati Enquirer, a daily newspaper, was founded in 1841. The city is home to several alternative, weekly and monthly publications, including free weekly print magazine publications including CityBeat and La Jornada Latina.
According to Nielsen Media Research, Cincinnati ranks as the 36th largest television market in the United States as of the 2016-2017 television season.Twelve television stations broadcast from Cincinnati. Major commercial stations in the area include WLWT 5 (NBC), WCPO-TV 9 (ABC), WKRC-TV 12 (CBS, from CW to DT2), WXIX-TV 19 (Fox), and WSTR-TV 64 (MyNetworkTV). In addition, local block broadcasting owns one low-power station, WBQC-LD 25. WCET channel 48, now known as CET, is the oldest licensed public television station in the United States (License 1, issued in 1951). He currently co-owns WPTO 14, a PTSD satellite in nearby Dayton.
As of December 2017, Cincinnati is the 30th largest radio market in the United States, with approximately 1.8 million listeners aged 12 and over. Major radio station operators include iHeartMedia and Cumulus Media. IHeartMedia’s WLW and WCKY are clear channel stations that broadcast 50,000 watts, covering much of the eastern United States at night.
CincyMusic is the city’s guide to live concerts, local bands and hyper-local music-related news.
serves the Amtrak cardinal line and is home to several museums.
In the city of Cincinnati, the percentage of households without a car is higher than the national average. In 2015, 19.3 percent of Cincinnati households did not own a car, and in 2016 the share rose slightly to 21.2 percent. In 2016, the national average was 8.7 percent. In Cincinnati, on average, there were 1.3 cars per household in 2016, up from the national average of 1.8 percent.
The development of the light rail system has long been a Cincinnati goal, and several proposals have emerged over the decades. The city grew rapidly during the tram era in the late 19th and early 1900s. The number of passengers on public transport has been declining for several decades, and bicycles and walking have made up a relatively small proportion of all travel in the past. However, like many other Midwest cities, bicycle use has grown quite rapidly in the 2000s and 2010s.In 1916, the mayor and townspeople voted to spend $ 6 million on the Cincinnati Metro. The metro was planned to be a 16-mile loop from Downtown to Norwood, Oakley and back to the east side of Downtown. World War I delayed construction in 1920, and inflation raised costs, which prevented part of Oakley from being built. Mayor Sizongud, who took office later, argued that it would cost too much money to rework the system.
A century later, the Cincinnati Bell Connector tram line, opened for service on September 9, 2016, crosses directly above the unfinished subway on Central Parkway in downtown. Cincinnati is served by Cardinal Amtrak, an intercity passenger train that operates three weekly each route between Chicago and New York via the Cincinnati Union Terminal. Cincinnati is served by the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority (SORTA), the Northern Kentucky Transit Authority (TANK) and the Clermont Transportation Connection.SORTA and TANK mainly operate 40-foot diesel buses, although some lines are served by longer articulated buses or hybrid engines. In 2012-16. in Cincinnati, a tram line was built in the city center and over the Rhine. This modern version of the tram was opened in September 2016. The Cincinnati tram project faced railcar production delays and problems with initial funding, but was completed on time and on budget in mid-2016.
A system of public stairs, known as the Cincinnati Stairs, guides pedestrians up and down the city’s many hills. In addition to practical uses linking hillside areas, the 400 staircases provide visitors with scenic views of the Cincinnati area.
, one of the main freeways in Cincinnati.
The city is served by the Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky International Airport (IATA – CVG), which is actually located in Hebron, Kentucky.The airport is the focus of Delta AirLines, as well as the low-cost airlines Allegiant Air and Frontier Airlines. In addition, the airport is the largest global hub for both Amazon Air and DHL Aviation. In addition, Delta offers daily non-stop flights to Paris, France. Cincinnati Lunken Municipal Airport (IATA – LUK), which has daily commercial charter flights, is located in Ohio. The airport serves as a hub for the Ultimate Air Shuttle and Flamingo Air.
Streets and Highways
Bus traffic in Cincinnati is heavy.Megabus and Greyhound, as well as several smaller bus companies, operate from Cincinnati, touring the Midwest and beyond. The city has a ring freeway, Highway 275 (which is the longest ring freeway in the interstate highway system, 85 miles away) and a spur, Highway 471, to Kentucky. It is also served by Highways 71, 74, 75 and numerous US Highways 22, 25, 27, 42, 50, 52 and 127. The Riverfront Transit Center, built under 2nd Street, has an area of about eight football pitches.It is only used for sporting events and school trips. At its construction, it was designed for city buses, charter, school, city buses, light and possibly commuter rails. When not in use for sporting events, it is closed and rented out to a private parking vendor.
Cincinnati has nine sister cities –
Gifu City, Japan
Luzhou, Guangxi, People’s Republic of China
Mysore, Karnataka, India
and Nancy, Nancy , France
New Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China
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The state has a small stretch of coastline on Lake Michigan, several rivers flowing into the Mississippi and many large lakes….
Many vacationers come to the state for its coastal attractions and recreational opportunities. Therefore, this list includes many waterfront properties. However, you’ll also find a few of these in the woods, a couple of resorts close to winter ski villages, and even one on campus ..
Let’s take a look at of the best resorts in Indiana :
1. French Lick ResortSource : worldpropertyjournal
French Lick Resort
The French Lick Resort has two award-winning AAA Four-Diamond Hotels – the French Lick Springs Hotel and the West Baden Springs Hotel….
Both hotels are stunning examples of historic architecture: French Lick is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and West Baden is a National Historic Landmark.
Tucked away in the hills of Hoosier National Forest, just a short drive from Indianapolis, Louisville and Cincinnati, this resort is suitable for both families and couples. Pete Dye holes, two world-class luxury spas, a Vegas-style casino, horse riding and lots of fun for the kids….
Website : https://www.frenchlick.com
Whether you’re looking for a relaxing and romantic getaway or a family hotel with plenty of fun, Indiana has resorts to suit every traveler on every budget.
The state has a small a stretch of Lake Michigan coastline, as well as several rivers flowing into the Mississippi and many large lakes.
Many vacationers come to the state for its coastal attractions and recreational opportunities. Therefore, this list includes many waterfront properties.However, you’ll also find a few of these that are located in the woods, a couple of resorts near winter ski villages and even one on the campus ..
Let’s take a look at of the best resorts in Indiana :
1. French Lick ResortSource : worldpropertyjournal
French Lick Resort
The French Lick Resort features two award-winning AAA Four-Diamond hotels, the French Lick Springs Hotel and the West Baden Springs ..
Both are stunning examples of historic architecture: French Lick Resort is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. and West Baden is a National Historic Landmark.
Tucked away in the hills of Hoosier National Forest, just a short drive from Indianapolis, Louisville and Cincinnati, this resort is suitable for both families and couples. Pete Dye holes, two world-class luxury spas, Vegas-style casinos, horseback riding and lots of fun for the kids ..
Website : https://www.frenchlick.com
2. Turkey Run InnSource: flickr
Turkey Run Inn
Situated in India’s Turkey Run State Park, Turkey Run Inn offers forest relaxation.
The hotel was built in 1919 but has undergone many renovations and renovations over the years.
Today the hotel is a popular weekend getaway, thanks to the comfort and convenience of a modern resort hotel and the rustic atmosphere of a country inn.
Accommodation includes sixty-one guest rooms in the main lodge, as well as five cabin-style buildings and three self-contained cabins ..
Enjoy everything Turkey Run State Park has to offer during your stay, plus the amenities of the hotel itself, including a heated indoor pool with sun loungers, games room, bike rental and the Narrows restaurant on site….
Website : http://www.turkeyrunstatepark.com/Turkey_Run_Inn/
3. Bay Side ResortSource: tripadvisor
Bay Side Resort
Bay Side Resort is a family owned and operated resort on the shores of Shafer Lake ..
The resort is popular with family travelers and offers a variety of rental options to suit the size of your group ..
The resort is located directly across from Indiana Beach, with a mini golf course, arcade and a modest water park within walking distance….
The resort has fishing rods, kayaks, canoes and kayaks to make the most of the fun on the water during your visit ..
There is also an indoor pool and sauna, as well as an outdoor hot tub.
Guests are delighted with the hotel’s beautiful terrace and campfire, ideal for watching the sunset ..
Website : http://www.baysideresortlodging.com
4. Lighthouse LodgeSource: WordPress
Lighthouse Lodge is located on the tranquil shore of Schafer Lake.
Accommodation comprises seven luxury apartments, each equipped with a kitchenette, balcony and fireplace ..
There are also two detached cottages with fully equipped kitchens that provide extra space and comfort ..
Amenities include daily breakfast and a lounge with pool tables, card tables and darts.
Close to the lake, water activities are always at hand.
Guests can swim on the shallow beaches of the lake or take a scenic cruise….
Horse riding is possible near Cricket Creek. There are several golf courses in the vicinity ..
Website : http://www.thelighthouselodge.com
5. Swan Lake ResortSource: swanlakeresort
Swan Lake Resort
Swan Lake Resort is a golf center, nestled in 500 acres of countryside in Northern Indiana ..
The resort has a total of 36 holes of golf and is home to the US Golf Academy, which offers golf lessons and campsites.
Resort rooms range from standard hotel rooms to suites, cottages and cottages, as well as dedicated fairway villas with good views of the 18th hole ..
The golf theme extends to the resort restaurant as Swan Lake Resort is home to the only tavern and Sam Snead Grill in this part of the country ..
The restaurant is decorated with artifacts from the personal collection of the golf legend and offers a delicious menu of steaks and seafood ..
Website : http: // www.swanlakeresort.com
6. Indiana Beach Entertainment ResortSource: travelindiana
Indiana Beach Entertainment Resort
Indiana Beach Resort is a renowned family run amusement park with roller coasters, various old-fashioned rides and traditional carnival games.
The park also has a water park section which has several water slides among other attractions.
The resort offers a wide variety of accommodation options including cottages, campgrounds, motels and hotels….
Options include Beach House Inn, Indiana Beach Jellystone Park, Indiana Beach Cottages and Boardwalk Motel.
A wide range of fantastic options – everyone will find a place to relax after a busy day at the amusement park ..
Website : http://www.indianabeach.com
7. Potawatomi Inn Resort and Convention CenterSource: Interest
Potawatomi Inn Resort & Convention Center
Potawatomi Inn Resort & Convention Center is located on the shores of Lake James in Pokagon State Park….
The village resort drew inspiration from the wooded area. Within its walls are pine trees and beds adorned with traditional Amish-made blankets.
The resort is open all year round, but is especially popular in winter, when guests can go fishing and ice skating on the lake, as well as enjoy exciting tobogganing in the park.
Slide for a toboggan – the only one in the state that allows you to ride even without snow. The
Potawatomi Inn offers multiple suites, cabins, patios and six kids’ rooms that are fantastic choices for families.
Website : http://www.in.gov/dnr/parklake/inns/potawatomi/
8. Raccoon Lakeside LodgeSource: Raccoon
Raccoon Lakeside Lodge
Raccoon Lakeside Lodge consists of a set of coastal apartments and apartments.
Accommodation ranges from one to three bedrooms and sleeps six to eight people ..
Each room has a well-equipped kitchen and patio with gas grill and table ..
The highlight of the lodge is the lake and there are many opportunities to enjoy it.
Pontoon boats and jet skis are available for rent and the resort has a nice swimming pool ..
There is a public beach just a short walk away ..
For golfers, the nearby golf course offers an affordable golf option.
Website : http://raccoonlodge.com
9. Belterra Casino Resort and SpaSource: Belterracasino
Belterra Casino Resort and Spa
Belterra Casino Resort & Spa is a resort built around a casino river boat that stands on the banks of the Ohio River….
The resort is adult-oriented with several activities for older children ..
The hotel has over 600 rooms, including some special suites ..
For those who like to travel with their furry friends, there are even pet rooms ..
The resort offers a wide a range of entertainment such as shows, concerts and of course Vegas-style gambling ..
The resort has a luxurious full-service spa as well as a pool and several shops….
Guests can also take advantage of the Tom Fazio golf course, which is one of the best in the region ..
Website : https://www.belterracasino.com
10. Beachwalk ResortSource: Citylist
The Beachwalk Resort is located on the shores of beautiful Lake Michigan.
Resort accommodation consists of a group of small lakeside cottages.
The resort is a fairly popular family vacation in the summer, with many of the surrounding community attractions catering to summer tourists who flock to the area during the warmer months….
Although the hotel is built for a relaxing holiday, the resort offers many opportunities for outdoor activities ..
The Beachwalk has a golf course, restaurants and a sand dune beach ..
Families especially love the playgrounds, tennis courts and pier on the lake ..
Website : http://www.beachwalkresort.com
11. Paoli PeaksSource: Picresort
Paoli Peaks is a popular ski resort in southern Indiana.
The ski resort has natural slopes with a 300-foot vertical drop.
Slopes have something for any type of skier as they range from beginner and intermediate to advanced and experienced slopes.
They even have a family slope where the whole family can ski together.
Paoli Peaks also has a pipe park with nine rolling hills for tubing.
The resort has a snowblower for skiing, snowboarding and tubing when it’s cold but no snow.
Paoli Peaks Lodge is strictly a day lodge, but guests who wish to stay overnight can stay at Trailview ski lodges, which are village houses located on the slopes themselves, or at several other hotels in the city.
Website : http://www.peakresorts.com/our-resorts/paoli-peaks/
12. Oakwood ResortSource: Oak Forest Resort
Oakwood Resort is located in Syracuse on the shores of Lake Vavasi.
The lake is the largest natural a lake in the state and provides the ideal atmosphere for a special occasion, family vacation or weekend getaway.
Oakwood offers 77 guest rooms and suites, as well as ten additional holiday homes on site, which means they can suit a variety of sizes and budgets.
Resort amenities include a full range of salon and spa services with professional Aveda professionals and Aveda products ..
The resort also has a restaurant and bar with stylish indoor dining and seasonal outdoor seating ..
Website : http: // oakwoodresort.com
13. Morris InnSource: Morrisinn
The Morris Inn is an AAA 4 Diamond hotel located on the University of Notre Dame campus.
The hotel has 18 well-appointed suites and 132 modern refurbished rooms.
Grand The Suites are equipped with 48-inch TVs, 1 ½ bathrooms and ample living space, making them a convenient option for families and couples looking for a little more space.
The hotel has three restaurants offering a wide variety of cuisine including fresh seafood, light meals and casual outdoor dining….
Guests at the Morris Inn can enjoy many of the university’s amenities including Warren Golf Course, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center and campus stadium sports ..
Website : http://morrisinn.nd.edu
14. Fourwinds Lakeside Inn & MarinaSource: Fourwindsresort
Fourwinds Lakeside Inn & Marina
Fourwinds Lakeside Inn & Marina is a laid-back lakeside retreat ideal for families.
The hotel is located on Lake Monroe in Bloomington and is part of the Fairfax State Recreation Area ..
The hotel has 118 rooms that offer a relaxed yet elegant experience.
The property’s highlight is its lakeside location and many water activities including fishing, relaxing on a private beach, swimming in an indoor / outdoor heated salt water pool and a full service marina with jet ski and boat rentals.
Fourwinds has a variety of onshore activities including scenic hiking trails, a fitness center and sports facilities including tennis and basketball courts and mini golf….
Website : http://www.fourwindsresort.com
15. New Harmony Inn Resort and Convention CenterSource: newharmonyinn
New Harmony Inn Resort West Indiana ..
The resort is the ideal getaway for couples looking for a romantic getaway.
The peaceful property has acres of rolling hills, hiking trails and walking paths, beautiful waterfalls, ponds and carefully manicured gardens ..
There is a heated outdoor pool in the garden, as well as a fitness center and other amenities.
The resort offers a Curated Couples package in the Harmony for Two All Inclusive package.
Package includes dinner and breakfast for two, chocolate covered strawberries and champagne and late check-out.
Website : https://www.newharmonyinn.com
90,000 legend, statue, monument, where the symbol of Rome is located
Roman she-wolf – a symbol of the city of Rome, a sculptural image of an animal feeding the twins Romulus and Remus, according to legend, who founded Rome.
The she-wolf in Rome has long been called the “mother of the Romans”, and after the statue was moved to the Capitoline Palace at the end of the 15th century, the name “Capitoline wolf” (Lupa Capitolina) was fixed.
The Capitoline wolf is the main heroine of the legend about the founding of Rome, which tells about the semi-divine origin of the twin brothers Romulus and Remus.
They were the grandchildren of Numitor, ruler of the Trojan-founded city of Alba Long.His younger brother Amulius, seizing power, dealt with the children of Numitor: he killed his son, and his daughter, Rhea Sylvia, forced her to take a vow of celibacy and become a priestess of the temple of Vesta – a vestal. However, four years later, Rhea Sylvia gave birth to twin boys from the fertility god Mars .
Enraged Amulius, fearing revenge, ordered to execute his niece and drown her children in the Tiber. The slave carried out his order – he took the babies to the bank of the overflowing river and left a basket there in the hope that the water would pick them up and destroy them, but he miscalculated.The water left, the hungry twins screamed, the she-wolf who was nearby heard them, licked and fed them with her milk. She came to care for the children hiding in the shade of a fig tree until they were stumbled upon by a shepherd , who raised them and gave them names – Romulus and Rem.
The boys grew up to be skilled warriors, but once, as a result of a battle, they were captured by their grandfather. When their origin became clear, they helped him regain power in Alba Longa, and they themselves agreed to establish a city on the Palatium Hill – where the Tiber had once washed them ashore.
In support of the legend, in 2007 in Rome, on Palantine, right under the ruins of the palace of Emperor Augustus, archaeologists found a cave where children were allegedly fed by a she-wolf.
It is established that this is the location of the Lupercale temple, known from antiquity (Lupercale, from the Latin lupa – she-wolf), dedicated to Romulus and Remus. An antiquity monument – a grotto with a diameter of 7.5 and a height of 8 meters – was discovered at a depth of 16 meters with half-buried earth.Due to the danger of collapse, research was carried out using probes and video equipment, but after work, which cost 12 million euros, some areas were opened to visitors. It is this point that is taken as the site of the founding of Rome.
The statue, cast from bronze, is an image of a standing she-wolf, 75 cm high, with a bared mouth, its front paws resting on the ground. Under her belly, two babies, Romulus and Remus, reach for the nipples.
The Capitoline wolf, but without babies, has been mentioned in documents since ancient times.It was long believed that it was cast in the 5th century BC. NS. Etruscans, at the same time it was established in Rome as a sign of the unification of the Romans, Sabines and Etruscans. However, the latest research carried out in 2006 by the restorer Anna Maria Karruba shifted the moment of the statue’s creation to the 8th-10th centuries AD.
Figures of twins were cast in a clearly different style and appeared at the nipples of a she-wolf at the end of the 15th century. The sculptor Antonio del Pollaiolo is named as their author.
From the notes of the 10th century, belonging to the pen of the monk-chronicler Benedict, it is known that the Capitoline she-wolf stood in the Lateran Palace on the site of the trial.It was not a monument, but rather a deity – the “mother of the Romans”, watching the behavior of her children. Mentions of the courts and executions “at the she-wolf” are found until the middle of the 15th century. In 1473, Sixtus IV ordered to transfer the statue to the Capitol, in the Palazzo dei Conservatori, where it is still located.
Monument and copies
Monument to the she-wolf – a copy of the famous sculpture, installed on a high column to the left of the central building of the Capitoline Museum (Musei Capitolini) and the city hall .Similar monuments can be found in other places in Rome, as well as around the world:
- in Pisa (Tuscany region, Italy), the monument can be found between the leaning tower and the Pisa Cathedral;
- they are installed in the Latin Quarter of Paris, in the Spanish Segovia;
- in many cities of Romania – here she is a symbol of cultural heritage;
- near the Olympic stadium in Tokyo, Japan;
- next to the Juscelino Kubitschek memorial in the capital of Brazil, Brasilia;
- in the USA, where copies of the sculpture sent by dictator Benito Mussolini are installed in Eden Park (Cincinnati), Rome (Georgia), and New York.
Symbol of Rome
The she-wolf in Rome is not just a statue or monument, it is a symbol of the divinity of the origin of the “eternal city”. Therefore, her images are present everywhere, the most ancient can be seen on coins found during archaeological excavations. The she-wolf is also the symbol of the Roma football club and is depicted on the coat of arms.
It is known that Benito Mussolini was a great admirer of the she-wolf. For him, she was a symbol of the desire to revive the Roman Empire, he sent copies of the “mother of the Romans” around the world.
We advise you to visit: excursion to the Capitoline Museums with a licensed guide in Rome and the Vatican by Elena Vyaznikova
How to get there
The Capitoline Wolf is originally presented in the Palazzo dei Conservatori, in the Capitoline Museum del Campia del Campia It is located on Capitol Hill next to Piazza Venezia and Foro Romano, the nearest metro station is Colosseo.
Cincinnati State Technical and Community College
Cincinnati State Technical and Community College ( CSTCC or Cincinnati State ) is a public technical and community college in Cincinnati, Ohio.Accredited by the Commission on Higher Education.
Chartered by the Ohio Board of Regents in 1969. Cincinnati originally Cincinnati Technical College (CTC). Its campus was once home to the Central Vocational High School and Courter Tech School, both of which belonged to the Cincinnati Public Schools. The State of Cincinnati was the first tech / community college in Ohio to completely ban smoking from campus buildings.In 2006, the state of Cincinnati created a new division called Technology Innovation Center (CIT), which brought together the Engineering Technology and Information Technology divisions. 
The State of Cincinnati offers over 75 associate degrees and majors, and over 40 certification programs, and is home to Midwest Culinary Institute . Collaborative education and / or clinical practice is an important part of the school curriculum.It is one of the ten largest coeducational programs in the country in terms of the number of accepted students.
High School Jobs
B Cincinnati Academic League (CAL) and Greater Cincinnati Academic League (GCAL), two league quiz bowl schools run by educator Ed Sanderhouse, have hosted matches and tournaments in Cincinnati since 1990 x years.  The Cincinnati Academic League consists of teams from Cincinnati Country Day High School, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy High School, Finneytown High School, daytime, Indian Hill School, Madeira High School, North College Hill High School, Reading High School , Seven Hills High School, Summit Country Day Upper School, and Wyoming High School.  Meanwhile, the Greater Cincinnati Academic League is comprised of the Catholic Greater League and the Girls – Cincinnati Major League schools of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, plus the Oldenburg Academy. 
The Cincinnati Main Campus is located at 3520 Central Parkway, close to Interstate 74 and 75. The College also operates additional campuses in Middletown, Harrison, and Evendale. The Cincinnati West campus, located at the College’s Cincinnati West Harrison Airport, offers classes in aviation maintenance technology. 
The Cincinnati State mascot is “Splash”. The college is a member of the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference of the National Junior Colleges Athletic Association.
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TREASURES OF WORLD PAINTING public group
Charles Courtney Curran – famous American artist (1861 – 1942) was born in Hartford, Kentucky. He studied for a year at the Cincinnati School of Design, and in 1882 went to New York and entered the National Academy of Design.At the age of 23, Charles organized the first public exhibition of his work at the Academy and received numerous prizes.Charles Courtney Karan’s career blossomed in 1880, when Impressionism changed the entire world of art – paintings came to life thanks to ambient lighting and color , and American artists responded to the innovation of Impressionism.They, like the French, tried to reflect the fleeting effects of the environment, but were more careful in preserving the pattern and composition. It was in those years that the artist turned to the impressionist style and did not change it in all subsequent years. The main theme of his work was young beautiful women in bright sunlight, surrounded by flowers or beautiful landscapes and always in the open air. “What normal person can contemplate a blooming garden or a hillside that nature has adorned with wildflowers without feeling joy?” – he wrote.His goal, as an artist, was to convey these emotions on canvas. “The paintings of Charles Courtney Karan are first and foremost beautiful,” – wrote critics – “He paints emerald hills, a sky full of transparent clouds, and women emitting light with unsurpassed skill. on his paintings, we simultaneously experience admiration and marvel at the splendor of female beauty. ” The artist made an invaluable contribution to the spread of the traditions of impressionism in America, leaving a breathtaking legacy – beautiful paintings!
Paintings by Charles Courtney Karan are in many museums in America: Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York), Columbus Museum,
(Ohio), National Art Gallery (Washington), Brooklyn Museum and many others.