This small Ohio town is home to the oldest concrete street

Ohio has some truly extraordinary celebrity claims, from record-breaking hoops and giant mining buckets to boasting the first professional baseball team and hosting the country’s largest Oktoberfest. Slightly whimsical but no less intriguing is another feather in Buckeye State’s superlative cap. You see, Bellefontaine is home to the oldest concrete street in America, and it’s a great pride for this small Ohio town.

Did you know that Bellefontaine, Ohio has the oldest concrete street in the country? What a great claim to fame for this charming little town!

Address: Court Avenue, Court Ave, Bellefontaine, OH 43311, USA

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