Last summer, Clevelanders started sharing their love for the city in a big way.
Three larger-than-life signs simply reading "Cleveland" in large, white script were installed around the city, and locals and visitors alike began flocking to the signs as a photo opportunity. A fourth location has been added this summer, with a whole new view of the city.
The signs were created by Destination Cleveland as a way to "offer a positive, tangible experience with the Cleveland brand as a way to improve locals' perceptions of their hometown and provide the opportunity for iconic images of Cleveland..."
Edgewater Park, North Coast Harbor and Tremont became popular spots to stop and snap a photo. Now, Euclid Beach has been added to the list of Instagram-worthy stops.
"The weekly Euclid Beach LIVE concert series at the lakefront park provides a fun-filled opportunity for residents to enjoy the city's North Collinwood neighborhood while capturing a picture at the new sign," Kristen Jantonio, communications coordinator for Destination Cleveland, wrote in a press release.
The new sign, which will be unveiled at a ceremony on June 30, is the first sign on the city's east side.