Paved streets are one of the many things we likely take for granted in America. But the small city of Bellefontaine proudly claims “America’s Oldest Concrete Street,” which dates all the way back to 1891. (Don’t worry; it’s not falling apart. It’s been maintained since the 19th-century.)

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For more unusual, one-of-a-kind spots in Ohio, be sure to check out our previous article, 14 Bizarre Roadside Attractions In Ohio That Will Make You Do A Double Take.

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