Euclid, OH — EUCLID, Ohio -- You’ve heard of Euclid.
It’s tucked away on the border of Lake Erie on the east side of Cuyahoga County.
Today we’re unzipping the 44123 to get to know it a little better.
It’s rich with culture, and you’ll see that at the National Cleveland-style Polka Hall of Fame. If you’re into smooth, melodic sound of polka music, just take a look inside the museum located right beside City Hall.
“More Slovenians in this area than any other place in the world, except for Slovenia,” Dolores Sierputowski said. "I'm calling this little Ljubljana.”
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For a taste of Europe, Wojtila’s Bakery on East 222nd Street will have you wanting to book a flight.
If you’re craving more of a traditional breakfast, don’t just drive by Cortina’s, stop inside! It’s an old-school diner where they know the menu and they know their customers.
Judging by the coffee, if that’s any indication, they’ll be going strong for another 20 years.
Just down the road, you’ll see more of what the 44123 has to offer.
There’s no shortage of downtown businesses, a peak at nature at the Metroparks, two hospitals and the Albert Henn Mansion.
In the city of almost 50,000 people, why wouldn’t they welcome Amazon?
Next year, expect more jobs, more opportunities and more revenue coming.
If you want to take a break from the construction and the hustle of Euclid, you can find serenity at Our Lady of Lourdes Shrine.
"Most people come looking for miracles," Sister Phyllis Ann from Sisters of the Most Holy Trinity said.
Dedicated in 1926, the holy ground has been a blessing for so many.
"You can come to the shrine and pray and the water flows over the rock that Mary stood upon,” Sister Ann said.
It’s an outdoor church where the only rule is respect.
"It gives us a chance to step back and say, 'okay God whatever you want is the way it's going to be.'"