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The state of Ohio is located in the mid-western region of the United States of America. This Great Lakes state is bordered by Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan, and Lake Erie. The state capital of Ohio is Columbus. The geography of the state includes large tracts of farmland and pastures. Lake Erie offers sandy beaches and the Ohio River provides picturesque scenery.
Ohio’s main industries consist of manufacturing, trade, and services. Manufactured goods include transportation equipment, machinery, and fabricated metal products. Agricultural crops include corn, hay, winter wheat, oats, and soybeans. Top employers with office space or other facilities in Ohio include Procter & Gamble, Goodyear Tire & Rubber, AK Steel, Timken, Abercrombie & Fitch, Fed Ex, and the headquarters for Wendy’s Restaurants.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Ohio is a popular tourist destination for its historic attractions, varying landscapes and recreational opportunities. Popular sites in the state include the German Village, Sea World, Jack Nicklaus Sports Center, Mound City Group, Neil Armstrong Air and Space Museum, Air Force Museum, Pro Football Hall of Fame, King’s Island Amusement Park, Lake Erie Islands, Cedar Point Amusement Park, and the Amish Region in Tuscarawas and Holmes Counties. Ohio’s cuisine is marked by strong German and Polish roots. Sauerkraut and kielbasa are used in unique dishes in the region. Specialties include Buckeyes, a candy made to look like a nut of the Buckeye tree. This tree is indigenous to Ohio and why the state is often called ‘The Buckeye State’. Other treats include Shaker lemon pie and Cincinnati chili, which is typically served over spaghetti or hot dogs and topped with shredded cheese.
Ohio is served by five international airports including Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, Port Columbus International Airport, and Dayton International Airport. The larger cities in the state all have public transportations systems that extend into the suburbs and consist mainly of bus services. The best way of travelling around the state is to hire a car from any of the numerous dealerships.