Downtown Cincinnati. From 9 On Your Side Facebook fan Joellen Waddle Whetstone.
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Skyline, and no, we don't mean chili, favorites: Facebook fans pick the Tri-State's best views

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CINCINNATI - The Queen City's crown just might be the skyline and we asked you to tell us more about the area's gleaming gems.

9 On Your Side's Facebook fans told us what they find to be the most aesthetically pleasing about where we live. We've gathered 9 places you say you love to look at and put them together for you in no particular order.

Any visual treasures we have yet to uncover? Let us know.

1. The Cut-In-The Hill

Cincinnati’s skyline seems to come out of nowhere when you’re driving on the steepest part of NB I-71/75, but the spectacular view makes the constant braking breathtaking, in a good way.


2. Eden Park

This gem is home to the Krohn Conservatory and Mirror Lake. It also offers one of the best views in town.

 

3. John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge

A must-see for Tri-State tourists. The singing bridge connects riverfronts and provides sights in both Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.

 

4. Devou Park

Some of the best shots of the Cincinnati skyline come from this park in Kentucky.

 

5. Rookwood Pottery Overlook

Another great sight from Mt. Adams.

 

6. Downtown from the West Side

This photo, from WCPO Digital’s Kareem Elgazzar, tells you all you need to know about the view from Price Hill. Wow.

 

7. The view from Newport

Ah.

 

8. Tall Stacks

It’s a sight no more in Cincinnati, but this throwback to Tall Stacks is a Facebook fan favorite. (Photo from Creative Commons user KY375).


9. Cincinnati in the rearview

Not everyone is a fan of Cincy scenes. We can’t agree with them, but a few people posted this was their favorite part of town on the 9 On Your Side Facebook page.

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