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The Fortified Hill Works was registered in the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. In 1874, Ephraim George Squier and Edwin Hamilton Davis surveyed this area and have also mentioned it in their book, Ancient Monuments of the Mississippi Valley. The pecuilar feature of this site is that the earthworks that is generally on the inner side, in this case was on the external side of the walls.
David W. Gibbs designed Butler County's magnificent courthouse in the Second Empire style with hints of Italianate architecture visible. The construction of the Butler County Courthouse began in 1885, and was completed four years later. This is the third courthouse to be built on the site that housed the two former ones. Located in the heart of Hamilton, Butler County Courthouse is pivotal to the city's judiciary system.
This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services.
Tucked away within Mt. Airy Forest, this arboretum is a peaceful and beautiful park. Spread out over 120 acres (48 hectares), the Mt. Airy Arboretum provides a tranquil space away from the hustle and bustle of the city. With over 1500 species of flora, the arboretum was established in 1911 and has been growing ever since. The most notable feature, the pond, is surrounded by lovely dwarf conifer trees. Others such as cherry, birch, maple, oak and more can be found throughout the grounds.
The beautiful Romanesque structure is the Spring Grove Cemetery Chapel. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it was designed and conceptualized by Samuel Hannaford and Sons.
The Domhoff Buildings are located in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. They are two historic commercial buildings. The buildings were designed by architect W.W. Franklin and were built in 1893. Both the buildings are four stories high and has a mix of Italianate and Queen Anne style of architecture. The buildings got added to the National Register of Historic Places on March 11, 1980.
St. Pius X Catholic Church is a beautiful Romanesque style church built in the 19th century. It has been added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978 owing to its rich history and architectural significance.
The Probasco Fountain is a historic fountain located in Cincinnati, Ohio. The bronze-granite statue was constructed in 1887 by Samuel Hannaford & Sons and named after its donor, Henry Probasco. The fountain was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980 and is a part of the Clifton Avenue Historic District.
Located on the Northwest side of Cincinnati, MadTree Brewing's tap room is the talk of the town. Seasonal brews and classic ales, and lagers bring in the masses, while the pet -friendly policy adds to the laid-back vibe of the place. Try a flight of beers in order to choose your favorite, the Happy Amber and PsycHOPathy are the most popular brews to try.
Established in 1875, the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden is the second oldest of its kind in America. Over 500 species of wildlife call this 65-acre (26-hectare) landscape their home. The zoo offer visitors a plethora of fascinating exhibits and educational programs. Explore the Reptile House for its snakes, turtles and alligators, the Insect Encounter, lions and cubs at Africa and the Asian elephants reserve. Families can enjoy amusement rides and a 4D theater experience.
Home to Bearcats football team, Nippert Stadium, was formed in 1902 and is one of the oldest stadium in college football. This stadium has hosted several important football matches and has also witnessed numerous musical concerts by Britney Spears, Micheal Jackson, Janet Jackson and others. Having the capacity to hold about 35,098 spectators, this stadium is huge and well-equipped. For further details, please check the website.
Saint Francis De Sales Catholic Church is a historic congregation established in 1877. Built in the Gothic Revival style of architecture, it is reminiscent of the bygone era. The church has been active ever since its birth and continues to hold services and masses routinely.