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Medina, Ohio

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Medina (mɪˈdaɪnə ) is a city in and the county seat of Medina County, Ohio, United States. The population was 26,094 at the 2020 census. It lies about south of Cleveland and west of Akron within the Cleveland metropolitan area. History Medina was founded on November 30, 1818, as part of the Connecticut Western Reserve. It was originally named Mecca, but an unincorporated community in Ohio already had that name, so the name was changed. Both Mecca and Medina are Saudi Arabian cities particularly significant in Islam. Most early residents were farmers. In the 1830s, the community's growth was aided by the completion of the Ohio and Erie Canal, which helped transport agricultural products to markets. On January 31, 1835, Medina was incorporated as a village and as the county seat of Medina County. By 1855, the town's quarries were producing over $200,000 worth of stone per ye
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