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Only in Cleveland: Iconic Sights

Cleveland is a sight to behold when crossing the Hope Memorial Bridge. It resembles Superman’s Metropolis, a classic city on the move with clouds breaking across famous skyscrapers like the AT&T Huron Road Building (rumored to be the inspiration for Superman’s Daily Planet building) and the Terminal Tower. While entering the Land you pass the watchful eyes of the Guardians of Transportation carved into that same bridge. These giant sandstone statues each hold different modes of transport in their massive hands. In Cleveland, we like to give you an idea of who we are right from the start.

We don’t conform to standards. That may be why we have a grocery store in a one of a kind building that used to serve as a giant bank, the historic Cleveland Trust Building. Whether you're looking for a quick bite for lunch or groceries for a week, why not do it in an unconventional, world-class setting? In Cleveland, art has been engineered into the buildings, bridges, and businesses. We celebrate what makes us unique, in some of the most unexpected places. Heinen’s is located at 900 Euclid Ave., in the heart of Downtown.

Want to see every corner of the Land? Head to the Tower City Observation Deck. Here, you'll see an unmatched skyline view. You'll leave ready to go out and explore the city. Click here for more info.  

Pro Tip: Grab a photo to remember your visit at the Cleveland Script Signs. Click here for locations.  



About The Author

Sean is Destination Cleveland's social media coordinator. Follow him on Instagram at seany.CLE or visit his website seanycle.com!

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