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Who expected 70 degrees and sunny in Cleveland in Nov?

When Cleveland City Hall opened in 1916, the city was the 5th largest in the country with 800,000 people; the city has struggled financially and today the population is down to only 400,000

When Cleveland City Hall opened in 1916, the city was the 5th largest in the country with 800,000 people; the city has struggled financially and today the population is down to only 400,000

52 story Terminal Tower was the second-tallest building in the world when it opened in 1930; it remained the tallest building in the world outside of New York City until the completion of the main building of Moscow State University in Moscow in 1953

52 story Terminal Tower was the second-tallest building in the world when it opened in 1930; it remained the tallest building in the world outside of New York City until the completion of the main building of Moscow State University in Moscow in 1953

The Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument in Public Square contains marble tablets which are inscribed with the names of all 9,000 Cuyahoga County veterans; supposedly this is the only statue in which Abraham Lincoln is depicted holding a weapon

The Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument in Public Square contains marble tablets which are inscribed with the names of all 9,000 Cuyahoga County veterans; supposedly this is the only statue in which Abraham Lincoln is depicted holding a weapon

Dunham Tavern is the oldest building still standing on its original site in the city of Cleveland; opened in 1824, it was a stagecoach stop on the old road from Buffalo to Detroit

Dunham Tavern is the oldest building still standing on its original site in the city of Cleveland; opened in 1824, it was a stagecoach stop on the old road from Buffalo to Detroit

The Cleveland Museum of Art opened in 1916 in Wade Park, across from Case Western Reserve University; like many other art museums, it has Rodin's The Thinker greeting visitors

The Cleveland Museum of Art opened in 1916 in Wade Park, across from Case Western Reserve University; like many other art museums, it has Rodin's The Thinker greeting visitors

The tomb of President James A Garfield features stained glass windows and panes representing the original 13 colonies, plus the state of Ohio, deep red granite columns; and a 12-ft-tall white Carrara marble statue of the president

The tomb of President James A Garfield features stained glass windows and panes representing the original 13 colonies, plus the state of Ohio, deep red granite columns; and a 12-ft-tall white Carrara marble statue of the president

The business school at Case Western Reserve University was designed by Frank Gehry and has been compared to an exploding soda can; I cringe to think this is what tuition money is used for

The business school at Case Western Reserve University was designed by Frank Gehry and has been compared to an exploding soda can; I cringe to think this is what tuition money is used for

Chester Beach created the Fountain of the Waters which was dedicated in 1928; it is located in the Fine Arts Garden which was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted who also designed NYC's Central Park

Chester Beach created the Fountain of the Waters which was dedicated in 1928; it is located in the Fine Arts Garden which was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted who also designed NYC's Central Park

The six-sided Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland opened in 2012 but has remained closed since March due to the coronavirus; it is a non-collecting museum but features three temporary exhibits each year

The six-sided Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland opened in 2012 but has remained closed since March due to the coronavirus; it is a non-collecting museum but features three temporary exhibits each year

Cleveland owns the world's largest outdoor chandelier; the 20ft sparkler, with 4200 faux crystals, dangles over Playhouse Square which is home to ten different theaters

Cleveland owns the world's largest outdoor chandelier; the 20ft sparkler, with 4200 faux crystals, dangles over Playhouse Square which is home to ten different theaters

The Fountain of Eternal Life was designed by Cleveland Institute of Art graduate Marshall Fredericks and dedicated on May 30, 1964; it is situated on Veterans' Memorial Plaza as part of the Cleveland Mall

The Fountain of Eternal Life was designed by Cleveland Institute of Art graduate Marshall Fredericks and dedicated on May 30, 1964; it is situated on Veterans' Memorial Plaza as part of the Cleveland Mall

FirstEnergy Stadium, opened in 1999, is home to the Cleveland Browns (football); the Cleveland Indians (baseball) stadium is on the opposite side of downtown

FirstEnergy Stadium, opened in 1999, is home to the Cleveland Browns (football); the Cleveland Indians (baseball) stadium is on the opposite side of downtown

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, designed by IM Pei, opened in 1995; a concert was held to celebrate featuring Chuck Berry, Bob Dylan, Jerry Lee Lewis, Aretha Franklin, Bruce Springsteen and John Mellencamp

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, designed by IM Pei, opened in 1995; a concert was held to celebrate featuring Chuck Berry, Bob Dylan, Jerry Lee Lewis, Aretha Franklin, Bruce Springsteen and John Mellencamp

The Free Stamp is an outdoor sculpture located in Willard Park; created by Claes Oldenburg and his wife, it has been called the world's largest rubber stamp (29 ft by 26 ft)

The Free Stamp is an outdoor sculpture located in Willard Park; created by Claes Oldenburg and his wife, it has been called the world's largest rubber stamp (29 ft by 26 ft)

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