Lebanon is a fairly affluent city of 20,000 in southwestern Ohio, part of the Cinncinati Metro. It is both a suburb and a town in its own right. Tourists come here for the The Warren County Historical Museum, an outstanding county museum. The Glendower State Memorial provides a classic example of residential Greek Revival architecture along with many elegant Empire and Victorian furnishings. Photo of Overview from the west of the reproduction railroad station built in 1974, and photo of Glendower State Memorial built in 1836, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places courtesy of Wikipedia and Nyttend (public domain). Photo of The Golden Lamb Inn photographed November 15, 1936, courtesy of Wikipedia (public domain).