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The Public Hall Cleveland or Public Auditorium has always served as a venue for concerts, convention ceremonies and sports. Some of the noteworthy events that the hall has witnessed are the 1924 and 1936 Republican National Conventions, 75th anniversary Cleveland Orchestra Concert and the live performances of Grateful Dead and Judy Garland. For all those who love cultural events and concerts of the great ones, this is one place that you must visit.
Port of Cleveland is located in the tourist hot-spot, North Coast Harbor. It is the trading zone and an important factor in the country's economy. The modern and latest equipments are installed here. Pick-up trucks, loading and unloading of cargo is a common sight on the commercial dock. Visitors and locals flock to this port to witness the Tall Ships festival, where in people are in awe of the vessels exhibited. Catch the action, with the boat races going on. It will relocated to the landfill at East 55th Street.
Citizens Building (now called City Club Building) was built in 1903 for the Citizens Savings and Trust. Important Cleveland businesses had their offices in the building which now houses the City Club of Cleveland.