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How long will it take to get from Chicago to Cincinnati?

Cincinnati, IN: Driving Distance: 244 miles; Driving Time: 4 hours, 20 minutes Cincinnati, OH: Driving Distance: 299 miles; Driving Time: 4 hours, 56 minutes Cincinnati, IA: (MORE)

What was Cincinnati named after?

it probably has something to do with the Roman Senator Lucius Quinctius Cincinnatus. A society was named after him sometime after 1783, holding its meetings in New York. This (MORE)

How long to drive from Buffalo to Cincinnati?

The driving distance between Buffalo, NY and Cincinnati, OH is approximately 435 miles. The driving time would be approximately 7 hours if you were to travel non-stop in good (MORE)

How did Cincinnati get its name?

The City of Cincinnati is named for the Society of the Cincinnati.  This was an association of American and French officers who had  served the cause of the rebelling coloni (MORE)

Where is Cincinnati?

Cincinnati home of the Bengals in Ohio Cincinnati home of the Bengals in Ohio In south western Ohio.       ohio   ohio The city of Cincinnati is located in the (MORE)

How big is Cincinnati?

Cincinnati (not counting townships) is approximately 450.000 people. The Cincinnati "Area" is approximately 2 Million people. Graeme Springer Cincinnati, Ohio
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What are the names of seven hills of Cincinnati?

There are actually not "seven hills" in Cincinnati, but rather there are a series of valleys carved out from receding glaciers. If one were to try and name the hills, there wo (MORE)

How many miles from Cincinnati to Florida?

Given is the calculated distance as well as the driving travel time, which does not take into account driving conditions, traffic, etc. The distance between Cincinnati, Ohio a (MORE)

John from Cincinnati music?

  The series' theme song is "Johnny Appleseed", performed by Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros. A diverse soundtrack includes "Tic" by Kava Kava and songs from TV on the Rad (MORE)

Who is the owner of the Cincinnati Zoo?

In 1932, the City of Cincinnati purchased the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens. Prior to that it was owned by Anna Taft and Mary Emery, who purchased it in 1915. Complete (MORE)