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Terminal Tower

Terminal Tower still presides over Cleveland

Cleveland, Ohio

The Terminal Tower was the tallest building outside of New York when it was finished in 1927. It has reopened its rooftop observation deck, closed since 2001. From it, visitors can see an estimated 30 miles on a clear day. Once they have soaked in the views, visitors can appreciate the building itself. Significant interior spaces have been preserved while crumbling terra cotta has been repaired and deteriorated windows replaced.

Photo: Terminal Tower still presides over Cleveland
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