Columbian OHIO has one of the nation’s most beautiful women, and now, the state is about to get a new attraction, a walkway that can be used by women who want to escape the city.
The attraction, called the “Columbian Women’s Walkway,” was unveiled Tuesday at a ceremony in Columbi, OH, in honor of Women’s History Month.
The Columbians’ History Museum, located in the city, will offer the women an array of activities to help them get out of the city and explore their own cultures and heritage.
According to a press release, the walkway will allow women to “walk from the city to their destination and back again.”
It will also provide an opportunity for them to “learn about their community and community history,” and will be a “social bridge for women and their children to visit each other, connect with their friends, and celebrate their culture.”
The new attraction will be in a location near the city’s downtown business district.
The project was inspired by the Columbis’ “Colonial Walk,” which is currently open to women and children.
The walk is located at the intersection of North Colum Avenue and North West Boulevard.