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Columbus was named for Christopher Columbus and is the capital of Ohio. The city was established as the state's central place of politics in 1812, less than a decade after Ohio became a state in 1803. The city boasts an art museum, symphony orchestra, conservatory, botanical garden, and the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, known as one of the country’s most renowned zoos and aquariums. Fast food giants, Wendy's and White Castle, are both headquartered in the city. Columbus is also home to the professional hockey team, the Columbus Blue Jackets.
Columbus. (2019, March 08). Retrieved April 5, 2019, from https://www.britannica.com/place/Columbus-Ohio