Cleveland: Metropolis of the Western Reserve
Cleveland is a city located in northeastern Ohio on the southern shore of Lake Erie. Cleveland has a number of nicknames such as "The Forest City", the "Metropolis of the Western Reserve, "The Rock and Roll Capital of the World," and "C-Town." Cleveland's economy includes manufacturing, financial services, healthcare, and biomedical, making it the perfect place for a myriad of professionals to settle down. Cleveland is home to the Cleveland Orchestra, the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, and The Cleveland Museum of Art. Music lovers can visit the famous Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, which has hosted over 10 million visitors and boasts an archive of the most influential artists, producers, and engineers in the music industry. As for cuisine, Cleveland is known worldwide for culinary delights that honor Polish and Central European contributions. If you prefer sports and outdoor recreation, Cleveland houses the Cleveland Indians of the MLB, the Cleveland Browns of the NFL, and the Cleveland Cavaliers of the NBA. Cleveland has a number of local parks including the historic Rockefeller Park as well as Cleveland Lakefront State Park where you can enjoy the beauty of Lake Erie.