Downtown Milan Ohio

Milan is a neat little town.  We moved here about 6 years ago, and we couldn't be happier.  There's only one stoplight, a small town square, but there's character spilling into the city streets.

The town square consists of some antique shops, bed and breakfasts, a quaint little inn, and some other neat spots.  There is a greasy spoon diner that is complete with padded spinning stools, waitresses that will call you "hon" or "sugar", and some of the best breakfast food that I've had.

Our only claim to fame is that Thomas Edison was born here.  He stayed here until he was merely seven, but that's enough for us to claim him as our local hero!

Below is a statue that was put up in his honor at one end of the town square.

(5 Exposures at F11, ISO 100, 40mm) 

The Gazebo at the other end of the town square....
(5 Exposures at F11, ISO 100, 17mm) 

And a really neat building within the Milan Historical Society...
(5 Exposures at F11, ISO 100, 17mm) 

There are a just couple of good shots of this area.  There will certainly be more!



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