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February 27, 2014


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These look really useful--especially the Cleveland one. We got turned around near the museums where there are the sculptures from the different nations. Really cool to look at but an app would prove to be handy!

Dominique King

If you're in Cleveland a lot, you might want to check out an app called Cleveland Historical. I've written about this one elsewhere. It has a lot of sites of historical significance in Cleveland and is really great for navigating around the city.

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