Cleveland is the city in Ohio which has a mixture of ethnic groups. Ethnic heritage is something that gives the city its character, a wide array of foods, customs and neighborhoods. Here is some of the Cleveland’s ethnic heritage
Polish immigrants started arriving to Cleveland in the mid-19th century to work in the woollen mills and steel mills. They settled in the areas surrounding the Cuyahoga Valley (now called as Newburgh Heights and Slavic Village) along with the Czechs.