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This is quite an iconic monument and memorial to anyone who knows about Put-In-Bay and the history behind Commander Matthew Perry's Victory during the Battle of Lake Erie in September 1813.
I recommend stopping in the visitors center first; filled with history about the war, including a short video, and air conditioned bathrooms.
Garfield monument resting place of James A. Garfield and his wife - great view of Cleveland at top of monument - must be able to climb stairs
On the lower level of the monument, you will find the crypts of President Garfield which is draped with an American flag and situated next to the crypt of Mrs. Garfield.
It is extremely unfortunate that 19th and 20th century Ohio destroyed so much of the original mounds in the area, by irresponsibly leveling and farming in this prehistoric mound city built by the "Hopewell" cultur...
Dating from the late 1890's, the Monument displays four detailed and life size sculptures on the exterior and four sculptured reliefs on the interior depicting scenes from the War and celebrating key contributors...
There are massive statues outside, and memorabilia inside, along with other sculptures and a list of everyone who lived in Cuyahoga county who fought in the Civil War.
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- Nice park - Has a playground for kids - Next to a river - Has bathrooms - Clean area We go there quite often
This small town of Dublin, Ohio has numerous exterior art installations that are easily accessible.

Mothman Statue

Point Pleasant
Great for photos, and there is a Mothman legend plaque with the history.
Hubby and kids loved the mothman statue and had pics taken.
Fantastic piece of art, it's flabbergasting to see the size of this metal construction.
It was a chilly but clear day when we went to the Supreme Court building and we visited the park, We saw the gavel on our way to the Court and again after.
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Fallen Timbers was a key battle in the early history of the then western United States or Northwest Territory as it was called (the area that today encompasses the states of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisc...
Was very impressive and we spent some time going through the book where all the names are listed.
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