When i first saw some pics of cinn a couple of years ago i was stunned for some reason. Its probably because I did not expect row houses and such a dense city not to be located in the north east. Its a nice city. I LOVE it. 9/10
Cincy is probably the most conservative city in the Midwest US. They are conservative about tall buildings. I was there a few years ago and saw the local news debating whether Cincy was ready for a 700 ft. building with a spire. By these pics I can see it wasn't because it was not built.
Cincinnati always looks small in pictures. However, when you
approach downtown from the South the surroundings really
enhance the vertical perception and density. It's difficult for a
photo to capture that. Regardless, the city is a knockout at night.
Most would agree that even the "ugly" buildings are great!
Actually Cincy is one of the most european cities in the US. It was settled mostly by germans and there are quite few old residential buildings in germanic style. The cityhall is also interesting. Charming city
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