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A focal point of Paradox Forged in Blood (PFIB) is the 1939 murder of Cleveland socialite Louis Sheridan, a resident of Millionaire's Row. Nicknamed for the number of millionaires with mansions on Euclid Avenue, it became known as one of the most beautiful streets in America rivaling Paris and Berlin. The mansion featured in PFIB was located at 630 Euclid Avenue (currently the center of downtown Cleveland's commercial district).


Below is a repeating slideshow (all slide shows or animations on this site have three second pauses per picture) depicting eight mansions on Millionaire's Row. Enjoy your stroll down the avenue . . . 

Millionaire's Row

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