Cleveland July 23, 2017
These 12 Aerial Views Of Cleveland Will Leave You Mesmerized
We have all experienced the wonders of Cleveland, but, admittedly, we have seen most of what it offers from the ground. The city, it turns out, is a very different animal when viewed from high vantage points. Its streets become intricate mazes, its lights transform into stars, and even the street art takes on a new personality when viewed from a different perspective. You’ll adore these pictures of Cleveland like you’ve never seen it before.
1. Public Square as seen from the Terminal Tower Observation Deck
When the deck on the 42nd floor of Tower City reopened in 2010, the public was abuzz with excitement. Now, seven years later, that excitement has waned very little. It is open Saturdays from noon to 5 p.m. and Sundays from noon to 4 p.m.
2. The Cleveland coast from the 42nd floor of the Terminal Tower
How many famous Cleveland landmarks do you recognize in this picture?
3. Waterfront Cleveland captured from high above
Our waterways seem to have come a long way in recent years. Who knew the lake was so blue?!
4. Shadows descend over the city
Soon, the skyscrapers will be aglow with the lights and sounds of downtown nightlife.
5. Public Square as it appeared in 2010
In recent years, Public Square has undergone dramatic change. The new design of the southeast quadrant (see photo 1), where the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument is located, was initially met with reluctance by those who were concerned about integrating the historic 1894 landmark into s revamped landscape. As you can see, however, it worked out splendidly by opening up the monument to a more unified quadrant.
6. A dreamy glance at Northeast Ohio
Cleveland is a mesmerizing puzzle of roadways and monuments.
7. The Blue Angels Soar over Cleveland
Perhaps one of the most wonderful parts of living in Cleveland is the yearly air show that can be enjoyed from the coast.
8. A bird's eye view of Downtown Cleveland
When the Republican National Convention was hosted in Cleveland in 2016, the region was abuzz with security. Here, an Air Interdiction Agent provides aerial security during the RNC, where he is treated to a breathtaking view of the best location in the nation.
9. A vintage view of The CLE.
In 1973, Cleveland looked somewhat different. Its skyline is hidden by pollution, though it seems that this June day saw only a mild amount of
10. A trip back in time
In the winter of 1937, the City of Cleveland was blanketed in a cozy layer of snow. The Cuyahoga River carves through the region, and only a few large buildings are notably visible from the air.
11. The Golden Knights swiftly glide over the coast
Below the Golden Knights is the Cleveland International Airshow, the destination at which they will momentarily be making an appearance. Here, they are immortalized in a tri-by-side maneuver, held together n a triangle via pro-straps.
12. The John H. Glenn Research Center as seen from the aerial regions of the Rocky River
It is easy to forget that we have a NASA research facility located in Cleveland, but it actually plays a notable role in
Cleveland is as enchanting from the air as it is on the streets. These photos document the changes and growth that it has experienced, and it demonstrates how truly interconnected the region is. For more amazing aerial photos, check out these
views across Ohio.