Ohio is a state in the Midwestern region of the United States. It is the 34th-largest by area and seventh-most populous State in USA. Columbus is the capital and largest city in Ohio.
Map of Ohio with Cities, Road, River, Highways
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Ohio state map shows the outer boundaries of the state along with other political divisions. Other Ohio maps such as Ohio Physical map, Ohio map of Rivers, Ohio Outline map give the detailed information about the physical features of Ohio. Ohio road map, describing the road network, familiarize the user with the roads and highways of the state of Ohio
A state that joined the Union in 1803 as its 17 th member, Ohio, which in Iroquoian means 'great water', is seen on the Ohio State map towards the eastern side of the United States. With a total area of 107,044 sq km, Ohio is one of the smallest states towards the west of Appalachian mountains. In addition, the state controls around 3,457 sq km of Lake Erie, which borders the state in the north. Columbus, the capital and the biggest city of Ohio
Tourist attractions in Ohio
300 wax figures featuring 70 religious scenes await visitors to the four wax museums in Manfield, OH. These museums comprise the biggest attractions in the USA . In Cincinnati, one can wonder at the extensive collection in The Signs Museum featuring all types of signs from the pre-neon era, the neon era, to the plastic era. Cincinnati is an attractive city in Southwestern Ohio, situated along Ohio River. The third largest city of Ohio, Cincinnati is renowned for art buildings, hill trekking, paddle wheel boat rides and for its peaceful and attractive riverfront. The Local Artifacts Museum, populated by stuffed animals (taxidermy) and historic scenes like the one commemorating the murder of Sheriff Jess Sarber, is a vital attraction in Lima.
In Cleveland, the second largest city of Ohio, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame attracts the tourists, as do the shores of The Cuyahoga River and the infamous Lake Erie. Cleveland is also the county seat of the most populated county in the state
community in the city that gives a multi-ethnic character to city. Chic Short North area and the German village are the two notable regions of the city located at the confluence of Scioto and Olentangy rivers. Topiary park, downtown Columbus is an exotic attraction.
Ohio InterstatesNorth-South interstates: Interstate 15, Interstate 17 and Interstate 19.
East-West interstates: Interstate 8, Interstate 10 and Interstate 40.
Ohio RoutesUS Highways and State Routes: Route 60, Route 70, Route 89, Route 89A, Route 93, Route 95, Route 160, Route 180 and Route 191.
Ohio State Facts
|Joined the Union||-35368|
|Nickname||The Buckeye State, The Heart of It All, The Mother of Presidents, Birthplace of Aviation|
|Area||44,825 sq mi (116,096 km2)|
|Timezone||Eastern Time Zone UTC-5|
|Population||11,570,808 (2013 est)|
|Highest Point||Campbell Hill|
|Lowest Point||Ohio River at Indiana border|