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CLEVELAND Photo Tour (July 2010), Part 2: Night shots, University Circle, Museum of Art
Here's the second part of my July 2010 Cleveland Tour.
If you missed the first part, go here: PART 1
This part of the photo tour includes downtown night shots and skyline night shots, University Circle, and the Cleveland Museum of Art.
200 Public Square and Key Tower
200 Public Square, Key Tower, and Terminal Tower
Cleveland Skyline @ night with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in the foreground
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Closeup of Key Tower
Cleveland's TOWERS OF DOOM, 200 Public Square, Key Tower, and Terminal Tower
Cleveland City Hall
Cuyahoga County Courthouse
200 Public Square
Base of Tower City Center
Looking up at the Terminal Tower
Key Tower and Society of Savings Building
Fountain in Public Square at the Base of the Key Tower
Looking up at the Key Tower
Cleveland Mall Garden
The next morning, looking up at my hotel...
Looking up at the Key Tower, wouldn't you just love to wake up to this every morning? I know I would
Closeup of the Cleveland Public Library's architecture
Terminal Tower and Public Square Fountain
Old Stone Church
Looking up at 200 Public Square
Waiting on Euclid for the RTA Health Rapid Line...
Case Western University, University Circle
Scenes from around Case Western University
Kelvin Smith Library
Cleveland Institute of Art
Cleveland Museum of Art
Inside the Museum of Art...
Finished model of what the museum will look like when the construction/expansion is complete...
No comment, a wooden sculpture of an animal breast-feeding its child...
Italian head sculptures...
Paintings by Mabel Hewit, a Cleveland artist born in Youngstown, Ohio.
Main Section of the old building...
Biblical Paintings, the one on the right is Jesus Christ on the cross...
You won't see these in furniture stores, unless you're stuck in the 1800s or 1900s
The biggest rug I have ever seen...
Is this for the Royal Family?
One of the most impressive wood carvings I have ever seen...
A window that was "stolen" from the Darwin-Martin House in Buffalo, New York
Tiffany Lamps... I miss those...
The Heavy Artillery room...
Old School guns...
"The Thinker" Replica
A door off some famous house in Painesville, Ohio
Glass room of statues...
Two fine works by Edgar Degas
Three fine works by Vincent Van Gogh
Cleveland Botanical Gardens...
More of Wade Park...
Cleveland Museum of Natural History
Law School Building
Glidden House, residence at Case Western
George S. Dively Building
Peter Lewis Building
Commercial Block on Euclid Avenue
Church of the Covenant
Case Western University Hospitals Complex
Hope you all enjoyed the second part of my Cleveland tour! COMING SOON! Little Italy, Warehouse District, Indians/Tigers games
I'm a kind of person feeling like living back in the 1950s, one who favors and enjoys the Golden-age, rust-belt cities of Buffalo, Pittsburgh, and Detroit, and the Gothic skylines of New York and Philadelphia. In my eye, they have more character, soul, and history to be pictured than today's world-class, cosmopolitan, and sprawling cities.
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