From Ohio History Central
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At the start of the twenty-first century, German culture and institutions continue to thrive in Ohio. In the last several years, Over-the-Rhine in Cincinnati has experienced a revitalization, as residents try to reconnect the community with its German history. In Columbus, German Village has been reborn with numerous businesses that reflect the community's German ties. German social organizations also thrive in these two cities as well as in Cleveland.
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