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Cleveland is located in the northeast U.S. by Lake Lake Erie, and belongs to the state of Ohio.Cleveland is the administrative center of the county of Cuyahoga County, and through the city runs the River Cuyahoga River.

Cleveland is an economic and cultural center of the region and a major transportation hub. In addition, Cleveland is a major port city and has three universities. The city has 397,000 inhabitants (2010), while the metropolitan area has a population of 2 million.

Cleveland has a humid continental climate with hot, humid summers and cold, often snowy winters.

A famous landmark in Cleveland skyscraper “Key Tower” – which towers 289 feet above the ground. This is the city’s tallest building. Next door is the 216 meter high building “Terminal Tower” from 1930.

A major tourist attraction in the city is the Museum of Music “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame” – which is the largest of its kind and devoted music genre of rock and roll.

Other popular sights include Museum of Art, “Cleveland Museum of Art” – which is known for its collection of Asian and Egyptian art and science museum “Great Lakes Science Center” – with 350 interactive and educational exhibits.

The city also has a steam ship-museum, an art history museum, a historical museum, a botanical garden (which is the oldest in the United States – founded in 1930), a zoo, opera, theaters, numerous parks and recreation areas.

Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is located 20 miles southwest of downtown.