20 Ohio Towns You're Probably Pronouncing Wrong

Ohio holds a rich history, infused with various cultures from all over the world. From France to Russia to Peru, settlers from…

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Moscow, MAHS koh
    Located in Clermont County, the village of Moscow is a small and quiet town just a few miles east of Cincinnati. 
    Photo: Aesopposea, CC BY-SA 3.0
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This Stunning 150-Year Old Ohio Mansion Built by a Sandstone Tycoon Is On The Market For $750,000

Built 150 years ago by a sandstone tycoon, this Berea, Ohio home (330 South Rocky River Drive) recently hit the market for…

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This Stunning 150-Year Old Ohio Mansion Built by a Sandstone Tycoon Is On The Market For $750,000
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20 Scenic Ohio Airbnbs Perfect For a Spring Weekend Getaway

It's certainly time for all of us to take a vacation. And it doesn't have to be super-expensive, jetsetting because right here…

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Dunlap Hollow Cottage
    6 Guests, 1 Bedroom, 4 Beds, 1 Bath, $296/Night
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These 15 Ohio Roadside Attractions Make For a Real Weird Road Trip

From the "world's largest" basket, drumsticks and horseshoe crab to a field of giant corn cobs and flying saucer houses, Ohio is…

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"Hug Me Jesus"
    903 Union Road, Lebanon
    After a lightning fire destroyed a giant Jesus statue known as "Touchdown Jesus" that brought national attention to the Solid Rock Church in Monroe in 2010, the church couldn’t go without and replaced the monument in 2012. The giant Lux Mundi statue designed by Tom Tsuchiya, affectionately nicknamed "Hug Me Jesus," is visible from I-75.
    Photo via NTT72USA/Wikimedia
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17 Gorgeous Ohio Destinations to Admire Fall Foliage This Season

The heat may finally be leaving and we all know what that means — the leaves are changing here in Ohio. Visit…

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John Bryan State Park
    3790 State Route 370, Yellow Springs, Ohio
    Located about 1.5 hours from Cincinnati, this park features a limestone gorge created by the Little Miami River, a portion of which is a national natural landmark. It also includes boating, fishing, rock climbing, disc golf and hiking and biking trails. The fall foliage at this beautiful park is hard to beat. 
    Photo via Facebook.com/YellowSpringsOH
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Everyone We Saw at the Ohio Renaissance Festival in Waynesville

16th century England has returned to Waynesville, Ohio for adventure, merriment and giant turkey legs during the Ohio Renaissance Festival. The historically…

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Enter ye olde fair here
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These Essential Ohio Restaurants Are Absolutely Worth the Road Trip

The Buckeye State is home to countless culinary gems, spanning from Ohio's southernmost cities to the tippy-top of the north. We may…

By CityBeat Staff

The Pine Club
    1926 Brown St., Dayton, (937) 228-7463
    The Pine Club has been a Dayton mainstay since 1947. The accidental David Lynch fever dream steakhouse features a low-slung 1960s brick exterior, green awning and red neon signage. The Midcentury menu has zero concern for anyone’s arteries: vegetables are topped with hollandaise, marinated herring with sour cream comes as an appetizer and dinners like extra heavy filet mignon or the calves liver and sauteed onions include their famous stewed tomatoes. Their signature Pine Club Red & Bleu Cheese dressing is basically French dressing with chunks of Roquefort and is a must-try. The restaurant is cash only, so come prepared. 
    Photo via anotherpintplease/Instagram
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These 20 Ohio Beach Towns Are Perfect for a Summer Getaway

Yes, Ohio has beach towns. They may not tout the perfect white sands of warmer climates, but the North Coast is full…

By CityBeat Staff

    Ashtabula County
    Established in 1869 as a public picnic grounds, Geneva-on-the-Lake has been a recreational destination for generations of Ohians. Today you can enjoy fishing, boating and swimming at the nearby Geneva State Park, shoot a round at one of the in-town golf courses and explore a selection of arcades, restaurants, nightclubs and wineries. If traveling with kids, be sure to visit Adventure Zone, a family fun center featuring a zipline, go karts, bumper boats, mini-golf, batting cages and more. 
    Photo via Facebook.com/OldFirehouseWinery
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