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Cedar Point Amusement Park

Regularly named the best amusement park on the planet, lakefront Cedar Point boasts the world's biggest collection of rides (68) and more roller coasters (16) than any other park. Thrill-seekers love the Top Thrill Dragster, which reaches speeds of 120 mph in under 4 seconds. Camp Snoopy is an all-ages play land with its own kid-friendly coaster. New in 2006 is the $6-million Skyhawk, a giant swing ride that carries riders more than 125 feet into the air at speeds of more than 60 mph. Located in Frontiertown, Skyhawk is the tallest ride of its kind in the world. Splash Zone, a multistory interactive play area with more than 100 water gadgets, is located inside the 18-acre Soak City waterpark. Castaway Bay is a massive indoor waterpark resort that includes a wave pool and wave coaster as well as day-care and spa facilities.


German Village

German Village, the internationally recognized historic district just blocks from downtown Columbus, Ohio, has much to offer visitors. Charming restored neighborhood settles in mid-1800s by German immigrants is a trip back in time.

Natives of Germany arrived in the capital city as early as its founding in 1812, but it was only after 1830, when new transportation routes from the east facilitated travel, that a major wave of German immigration began. By the 1850s, the area just south of downtown Columbus had a distinct flavor, with school lessons and church services conducted entirely in German and with several newspapers printed in the German language to serve the community. The 233-acre district offers a glimpse of how a working-class neighborhood developed and grew in the early nineteenth century and how the passion of a small group drove the twentieth century rehabilitation efforts.


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Inga Vereschagina "Sunqueen Art"

Artist Statement

Inga Alexevna Vereshchagina



I believe that everyone is talented and people are holding an all-embracing world within themselves that is different from the familiar physical world. 


Powers beyond the immediate environment often influence people in mysterious ways.

Perceiving the world as power and energy I am determined to transfer it to paper and canvas. Embracing the multitude of universes I elect to express my visions and ideas in varied styles and techniques from miniatures to large murals, pen and ink to acrylic or oil, where figurative works share the spotlight with surrealistic motives and abstracts. Much of my work is conceptual in nature and derived from the sundry philosophies and legends of ancient civilizations, past and modern cultures. One of the closest resemblances to my comprehensive view of life and importance in art imagery is the Warrior of Light that brings brilliant sunshine to the darkest shadows of the world, liberating the audience to new heights of spiritual consciousness.