CINCINNATI -- Dubbed the "City of Seven Hills," Cincinnati is a metropolis surrounded by overlooks, parks, riverbanks, and more, that offer unique views of its skyline.
For some it may seem hard to pick just one location, while others stand firm behind their neighborhood staple.
But how well do you know your favorite spot? WCPO has compiled a short quiz to se if you can recognize some of the Tri-State's most popular views of downtown Cincinnati.
1. This view is from a park inside a historic neighborhood, located just outside of downtown, that is known for its brick homes with Victorian and Italianette architecture, city-maintained steps and stone retaining walls. While mostly residential, nearly every home in this neighborhood has a unique view of the city.
2. This overlook is nestled in a park close to the University of Cincinnati. The only entrance to the park is a narrow one-way road that offers a view of different parts of the city, including Union Terminal, downtown Cincinnati and the Ohio River.
3. This view is from the banks of the Ohio River in an area that draws large crowds for events in the Tri-State, particularly in the summer. The area is about a five minute drive to downtown Cincinnati and gives a view of the Suspension Bridge.
4. This view is from a park that encompasses 84 acres of land which includes hiking trails, picnic tables and a historic pavilion.
5. This overlook, located inside a popular park, is commonly referred to as one of the best views of the Cincinnati skyline in the Tri-State. This park is nestled in the hills and offers a variety of actives, including golfing, hiking, fishing and picnic areas.
6. This neighborhood sits directly east of downtown Cincinnati and has one of the best views of the skyline within city limits. Once known as Mount Ida, this historic neighborhood offers a variety of dining and nightlife options.
7. This is one of the highest views of the city and is famous for its French Art Deco architecture.
8. This place is one of the most popular parks in Cincinnati that also is home to the Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park and the Krohn Conservatory.