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45202, 45203, 45204, 45205, 45206, 45207, 45208, 45209, 45210, 45211, 45214, 45219, 45220, 45223, 45225, 45226, 45228, 45229, 45231, 45232, 45237, 45252

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The population of Cincinnati is approximately 364,040 (1990), 296943 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 169,088 (1990), 133420 (2010).

The amount of land area in Cincinnati is 200.01 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 4.133 sq kilometers.
The distance from Cincinnati to Washington DC is 425 miles. The distance to the Ohio state capital is 104 miles. (as the crow flies)
Cincinnati is positioned 39.13 degrees north of the equator and 84.50 degrees west of the prime meridian.

Cincinnati elevation is 540 feet above sea level.
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Cincinnati location: in the southwestern corner of Ohio on the Ohio River.

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Climate & Weather

The climate for Cincinnati is moderate
Cincinnati average annual rainfall is 40 inches per year
Cincinnati average temperature is 54 degrees F.
The average low temperature is 31 degrees F.
The average high temperature is 76 degrees F.
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Cincinnati history:

John Filson, one of the first settlers in the Ohio Valley community, named is Losantiville, meaning "town opposite the mouth" of the Licking River. The community was the location of Fort Washington, which provided military protection for the surrounding territories. In 1790, it was named Cincinnati, in honor of the Society of Cincinnati, an organization of Revolutionary War Officers. The name change took place during a visit by Arthur St. Clair, Governor of the Northwest Territory, who was a member of the Society.

Winston Churchill called Cincinnati "The most beautiful of America's inland cities." It was platted in 1788 by land speculators. Settlement did not really occur until 1794 when it was opened for newcomers. When steamboats began to reach the shore, the city began to increase and grow even more. The Miami and Erie Canals, built in the late 1820's helped with transportation so that farmers were better able to sell their produce. Other businessmen began utilizing the canal access and came in the area. By the mid 1800's, Cincinnati was the world's largest pork-packing center which gave it one of its first nicknames, "Porkopolis." Once the Civil war began, there was much division in the area, but the city eventually supported the Union. After the war was over, Cincinnati prospered. They began trading with the southern states and eventually businessmen in the area arranged for a railroad to be built connecting the town to their southern market.
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William Howard Taft - 27th President of the United States and 10th Chief Justice of the United States was born and raised here. His home is a national historic site. See Cincinnati attractions page above for more information.

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