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Cedarville is a college village in Southwest Ohio, near Dayton.

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Founded in 1816 as Milford, the name was changed to Cedarville in 1843 for the cedar trees growing near the town center.

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Map of Cedarville

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Cedarville lies at the intersection of US42 and SR72.

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  • 1 Prairie Grass Trail. Bicycle trail that connects to Xenia going south. Eventually connects to London, and then the outskirts of Columbus going north.

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  • 1 Cedarville University, 251 N Main St, +1 937-766-7700, toll-free: +1-800-CEDARVILLE (2332784553). A private Christian university that was founded in 1887. Offers campus tours. Cedarville University (Q5057029) on Wikidata Cedarville University on Wikipedia
  • 2 Harper Mausoleum (George W. Harper Memorial Entrance). A mausoleum from 1915 noted for being stylized after ancient Egyptian architecture. Features twin sphinx. Free. Harper Mausoleum and George W. Harper Memorial Entrance (Q5663410) on Wikidata Harper Mausoleum and George W. Harper Memorial Entrance on Wikipedia

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Cedarville Opera House

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