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Ohio gets its name from the indigenous Iroquois word “o-y-o” meaning “the great river”. It should come as no surprise then that Ohio has a great river, the largest tributary of the Mississippi river by volume. The Ohio river historically served as a dividing line in treaties between the British settlements and native American communities.
Although Congress admitted Ohio into the Union in 1803, a part of the process was missed – congressional ratification of the state constitution. This mistake meant Ohio technically remained part of the Northwest Territory for the next 150 years. The error was finally rectified in 1953, when congress was asked to retroactively ratify the Ohio state constitution.
With a land area of 40,860 sq miles, Ohio is the 34th largest State in the USA. Despite its relatively small size compared to many other states, Ohio ranks 7th in population size. With an estimated population of 11.6 million in 2019, Ohio is the 10th most densely populated state. 
In Ohio you can step back in time by visiting the largest community of Amish in the US. Slow right down and travel the 76.2 miles of Ohio’s Amish Country Byway. Enjoy the slow pace of buggy rides through pristine pastoral countryside. Visit the Amish & Mennonite Heritage Center. Buy hand-made crafts and new or antique furniture in the gift and furniture stores. Visit the farms and taste the cheese and ice creams they are making.
Known throughout the world, Ohio is home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Located on the shore of Lake Erie in Cleveland, the museum documents the history of rock music. With seven floors of rock memorabilia, the museum has become a pilgrimage site for rock and roll fans.
It makes sense that Ohio is home to the National Museum of the US Air Force, located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton. The Wright Brothers, who invented and flew the world’s first motor-operated airplane, were born and lived in Ohio.  With indoor and outdoor exhibits, the museum offers a time walk through aviation history. It’s also free to visit, so a great family day out.
Close to Cleveland and Akron, you will find Cuyahoga Valley National Park. The National Park Service describes Cuyahoga as “a refuge for native plants and wildlife”. Also “the winding Cuyahoga river gives way to deep forest, rolling hills, and open farmlands. Walk or ride the Towpath Trail to follow the historic route of the Ohio & Erie Canal.”  Sounds idyllic.
A visit to Ohio may leave you feeling as though you’ve arrived in Medieval Europe, with castles hidden around the state. There is Chateau Laroche (commonly known as Loveland Castle, as it’s located in Loveland). This is a 1/5th scale replica of a medieval castle. Built by Sir Harry Andrews – literally built by him by hand, using 32,000 quart milk cartons and 2,600 sacks of cement to form cement bricks – and now run by the Knights of the Golden Trail, the youth organization he established.
Among the many castles to discover in Ohio you will find castles where you can sit on thrones, sleep overnight or attend murder mystery dinners. Some of the castles to visit are the Gothic style Piatt Castles, a pair of small castles built by brothers. There’s; Ravenwood Castle, Squire’s Castle, Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens and Brumback Library. There is also the beautiful fairytale like Landoll’s Mohican Castle, a place to let your imagination run away with you.
Ohio is also littered with theme and water parks. Located on the shore of Lake Erie, Cedar Park offers 17 world class roller coasters on the 364 acre park. It is the only amusement park in the world with six roller coasters that are at least 200 feet in height.
With so many places to discover make sure you plan your trip carefully before heading off to Ohio.
 United States House of Representatives (N.D.). The Admission of Ohio as a State. History.house.gov. Retrieved 12/11/2020. https://history.house.gov/Historical-Highlights/1951-2000/The-admission-of-Ohio-as-a-state/
 US DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE (2019). QuickFacts Ohio. Census.gov. Retrieved 12/11/2020. https://www.census.gov/quickfacts/OH
 WIKIPEDIA CONTRIBUTORS (12/9/2020). Wright brothers. Wikipedia. Retrieved 12/12/2020. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wright_brothers
 National Park Service (11/12/2020). Coyahoga Valley. NPS.gov. Retrieved 12/12/2020. https://www.nps.gov/cuva/index.htm
 WIKIPEADIA CONTRIBUTORS (12/4/2020). Cedar Point. Wikipedia. Retrieved 12/11/2020. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Knoxville,_Tennessee&oldid=990032462