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Gennsbourough District of Genns County

Gennsbourough, Genns County, Ohio. Population 1.2 million, and Home of the Gennsbourough Indians and Genns County Knicks. The central hub of Genns County, stretching from Chooklyn down to the Seattleite Business District by Progressive Park (The Indians Stadium). Gennsbourough is strongly associated with the US steel industry and houses the USA Steel Tower. Gennsbourough sits on the Ohio river near Canneate.

New development in Chooklyn by the Gennsbourough Tower

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Central Park and looking onto Clocker square and down Broadwen Avenue by the Canary Tower

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Downtown Gennsbourough and some of the towers built in the boom of the 1920's

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The original Fonton Music Hall and along to the right by Canary Tower is Broadwen Avenue

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The Gennsbourough City Hall towers over some of the old town and new developments in the West side

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Looking onto some of Gennsborough's new business towers and city parks and also large housing built in the 1990's in the Broncs

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Progressive Park by the "Double" Ballpark Towers WTC

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If you liked Gennsbourough, the center of Genns County, then please look soon into the other sides of the district, with the multiple stadiums and new towers building throughout Genns County, Ohio.

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