If you’re looking for one of the most gorgeous views of Cleveland that incorporates aspects of the city’s rich history, you don’t have to go far from Public Square.
The hot spot: Euclid Avenue just west of East 6th Street, facing west.
Just as dusk starts to settle in, there is an bluish glow in the western sky that casts a nighttime shine on the historic buildings lining the avenue. It highlights features like The Arcade and the Soldiers and Sailors Monument.
And of course, the view is topped off with a themed Terminal Tower light array. In the included photo, it’s lit red for the “Go Red for Women” campaign.
This picture doesn’t even do it justice.
Where are your favorite places to see the city?