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Cleveland is the largest city on Lake Erie, and its connections to the local waterways have helped it develop and maintain itself as a major metropolitan center in the Midwest. Its location also makes it a hub that connects the Midwest to both the eastern and western United States and Canada to the north.
Cleveland is known for its beautiful parklands, vibrant art and culture scene, musical history, and Cleveland Clinic medical center. It has several sports teams (Browns, Cavaliers) and is often called the birthplace of rock and roll.
Known as the “Emerald Necklace,” a series of eighteen nature preserves circle the greater Cleveland area. Officially named Cleveland Metroparks, these preserves cover 23,000 acres of parkland. This prevalence of green space gave Cleveland the nickname “Forest City.”