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Welcome to UrbanOhio.com

Ohio is a state of great diversity. From the Appalachian foothills of the southeast, the Lake Erie coast to the northwest, the Amish country of the northeast, and the Bluegrass hills of the southwest, the state has one of the greatest diversity of land for a state its size. But this site isnít about fancy hills or lakes; itís about Ohio's secret weapon, urban areas. UrbanOhio is a site showcasing Ohio architecture, Ohio skyscrapers, Ohio skylines, with obscure villages, small towns and big cities represented. The state has eight metropolitan areas over 400,000 people: Cleveland, Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton, Akron, Toledo, Youngstown, and Canton. Including those plus countless other smaller metropolitan areas and small towns dotting the landscape, about 75% of the people in the state live in urbanized areas.

As a state of 11.5 million residents, Ohio is the nationís seventh largest state in population. A state of contrast, from the row-houses and town-homes of Cincinnati to the double-decked duplexes and large apartment buildings of Cleveland to the town squares of Troy and Medina, Ohio is a state full of variety in architecture, people and landscapes. Hopefully, this site will open your eyes and show you the beauty of the Buckeye State!

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