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New Cleveland sign to give residents and visitors a fourth photo op stop

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Posted at 12:49 PM, Jun 27, 2017
and last updated 2017-06-27 12:51:08-04

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..." 

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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.