Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

On the Riverfront in Cincinnati

It’s about time one of the smaller Midwest cities got a cool timelapse. Here’s a short one of the Cincinnati riverfront. It’s done in an ultra-widescreen format that perfectly symbolizes a river itself. I recommend watching in full screen high definition. (If the video doesn’t display for you, click here).

h/t UrbanCincy

Topics: Architecture and Design
Cities: Cincinnati

3 Responses to “On the Riverfront in Cincinnati”

  1. Matthew Hall says:

    I wouldn’t call Cincinnati “smaller”. Cincinnati’s MSA now has a larger population than cleveland’s and is the largest within the area bounded by chicago, Pittsburgh, and Atlanta and has never experiences the absolute population declines of pittsburgh or cleveland. It’s larger than Kansas city and Nashville as well.

  2. Eric says:

    Views far better from Kentucky side, especially Covington.

  3. Andy says:

    Ditto #1.

    One of the most beautiful major cities in the Great Lakes region IMO. It’s a feast for the eyes every time I cross through it on I-75.

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