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In the last episode on the capital city of Ohio - Columbus - we took you to the Rose Park, walked along the Scioto Mile and visited the heart of the local art scene.
You can do anything in Columbus, Ohio. You may even have a some hard time to even decide where to begin. To visit all the museums, various festivals and other places of interest for tourists you would definitely need more then just a day or two. But we will try to make your travel a little easier by choosing a few tips.
Today, we see the nature of Ohio. Either you can set out for short and easy trips on paved walkways, or make hikes into the wild.
We have visited Cleveland last week, but today we take walk a few hundred meters away from the Museum of Art, specifically the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, which has built a remarkable number of rare exhibits since its founding in 1920. One of these are the remains of the hominid Lucy skeleton, about 3.2 million years old.
Not so long ago, we tooka short walk around Cincinnati and today we'll look at other places you shouldn't miss in this state. First we visit Cleveland, Ohio's second largest city, with about 2 million people living in its metropolitan area.
Ohio is the seventh most populous US state. About 11 million people live here, with 2 million living in the Cincinnati agglomeration. Due to its location, the city in the agglomeration is situated in the territory of three states (except Ohio still in Kentucky and Indiana).
Potato State. While in the second part of Idaho, we mentioned the alternative name of this state but did not explain it.
In today's work on the US state of Idaho, called "Potato State", we will begin by visiting the Sawtooth recreation area. It covers an area of 3 000 square kilometers of wilderness that you can enjoy at more than a thousand kilometers of trails and 40 mountain peaks that rise above 3 000 meters above sea level.
Previously, we visited Montana and today we move to the neighboring state, Idaho. Its total area is 216 000 square kilometers. With its 7 inhabitants per square km, the local population density is two and a half times higher than in Montana.
Last and before last Friday, we took you to the Big Sky state where tasted some of the oldest history and looked at the tooth of one of the oldest inhabitants of our planet - dinosaurs.
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