Bohemian National Hall


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Bohemian National Hall

Built in 1896 as a community hall for Cleveland's Bohemian population the hall currently features a ballroom, upper dining room and kitchen, upper bar, and lower dining room and kitchen. The adjoining Czech Cultural Center is the location of various classrooms, a gymnasium, and library. By 1910, Cleveland had the fourth largest Czech population in the world behind Prague, Vienna, and Chicago. At the time of the hall's construction, there were approximately 40,000 Bohemians living in Cleveland alone. Today, Ohio is home to the seventh largest Czech population in the country.


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