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Cleveland Public Library, Cleveland

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Cleveland Public Library, located in Cleveland, Ohio, operates the Main Library on Superior Avenue in downtown Cleveland, 27 branches throughout the city, a mobile library, a Public Administration Library in City Hall, and the Ohio Library for the Blind and Physically Disabled. The library replaced the State Library of Ohio as the location for the Ohio Center for the Book in 2003.
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  • This is a truly gorgeous building and worth a visit to admire the classic beaux arts architecture. Gorgeous reading rooms. And I had great success using it when I was a student way back when.  more »
  • must visit when they have exhibits going on but also when they don't it's a nice visit whether your're reading or not  more »
  • Today was my 1st time ever going to this library. Its beautiful! Lots to do for all ages!
  • Great downtown library and friendly staff, a gentleman named Daniel greeted us when we entered and gave us a rundown of what we could expect. It’s free, and the main building features beautiful architecture.

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