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Cleveland is a city in the U.S. state of Ohio and the county seat of Cuyahoga County, the state's ..... 4.5% were foreign born; of which 41.2% were born in Europe, 29.1% Asia, 22.4% Latin American, 5.0% Africa, and 1.9% Northern America.

www.cleveland.com/travel/index.ssf/2017/08/how_cleveland_hopkins_internat.html

Aug 27, 2017 ... CLEVELAND, Ohio - Two weeks ago, executives from Iceland-based ... executives, at a Routes Europe meeting in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

www.ohiohistorycentral.org/w/Dutch_Ohioans

... of Eastern, Southern, and Northern Europeans were also migrating to the state. ... By 1850, nearly two hundred Dutch-born people resided in Cleveland alone.

www.sokolowskis.com

... restaurant in Cleveland that's been serving delicious Polish, European, and ... in 2014, Sokolowski's of Tremont in Cleveland, Ohio has catered their Polish ...

www.ohiohistorycentral.org/w/Danish_Ohioans

Today, Danish Ohioans continue to enhance Ohio's cultural and social landscape. ... States came from Eastern or Northern European countries, like Sweden, Finland, ... Most of these Danes settled along Lake Erie, especially in Cleveland and ...

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Best German Restaurants in Cleveland, Ohio: Find TripAdvisor traveler reviews of Cleveland German restaurants and search by price, location, and more.

germanfoods.org/find/specialty-food-stores-ohio

You can find German food at these specialty food stores in Ohio. ... Cleveland, OH 44113 ... a large assortment of new, unique, and hard-to-find specialties, and foods that are integral to the cuisine of Central, Eastern and Northern Europe. Plus ...

clevelandbeckerath.org/significance.html

TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH | CLEVELAND, OHIO ... von Beckerath, who crafted it in the tradition of the organs of northern Europe in the Baroque era.

www.ohiohistoryhost.org/ohiomemory/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/TopicEssay_Immigration.pdf

first European explorers and settlers came to Ohio in the 17th and 18th centuries, there were many Native American ... Cincinnati, Cleveland and other large Ohio cities ... from central and northern Europe began to stabilize and even decline.