July 5, 2022

Cincinnati (English: Cincinnati) is a city (English: city) in the United States, in Hamilton County, Ohio. Population — 296,943 people (2010). 55th in terms of population in the USA. Located on the north bank of the Ohio River on the border between the states of Ohio and Kentucky. The city is named after the ancient Roman general Lucius Quinctius Cincinnatus (lat. Lucius Quinctius Cincinnatus).


Cincinnati is located at 39°08′24″N. sh. 84°30′23″ east. d. (39.139902, –84.506446). According to the US Census Bureau, in 2010 the city had an area of ​​206.03 km², of which 201.87 km² is land and 4.16 km² is water.


According to the 2010 census, the city had a population of 296,943 people in 133,420 households comprising 62,319 families. The population density was 1441 persons/km². There were 161,095 dwellings (782/km²). Racial composition of the population: 2.5% belonged to two or more races. The share of Spanish speakers was 2.8% of all residents. According to the age range, the population was distributed as follows: 22.1% - persons younger than 18 years, 67.1% - persons aged 18-64 years, 10.8% - persons aged 65 years and older. The median age of the resident was 32.5 years. There were 92.5 men for every 100 women in the city; per 100 women aged 18 and over — 90.0 men also over 18. The median income per household was $55,045 (median, $33,604), and the median income per family was $70,773 (median, $44,022). The median income was $43,915 for men and $36,997 for women. 30.5% of people lived below the poverty line, including 45.5% of children under the age of 18 and 14.8% of people aged 65 and older. The civilian employed population was 136,182. Main areas of employment: education, health care and social assistance - 26.8%, scientists, specialists, managers - 13.5%, arts, entertainment and recreation - 11.9%, retail trade - 10.8%.


Cincinnati is home to the headquarters and manufacturing facilities of several corporations: Procter & Gamble (English Procter & Gamble) Kroger (English: Kroger) Macy's (English Macy's, Inc.)


Cincinnati is home to the University of Cincinnati.


After more than 60 years, a tram line was reopened in the city. In 2018, the city operated a single single-track line built in the form of a loop. There are also subway tunnels under the city that were built back in the 1910s and 1920s.