Ohio is a Midwestern state in the Great Lakes region of the United States. It is the 34th largest by area, the seventh most populous, and the tenth most densely populated. The state’s capital and largest city is Columbus. Ohio has many official symbols and Emblems. The majority of these Symbol are officially recognized by state law. Two of Ohio’s official symbols have not been officially signed into law, but were made official through resolution in the Senate. Adopted in 1959, the Ohio motto, With God, all things are possible, is a quotation taken from Matthew. Ohio is a great state to experience authentic America and has it all to offer, lake beaches, three large cities, world-class museums, record-breaking roller coasters, and the worlds largest Amish enclave. The state is also an art lovers paradise with a number of notable museums housing collections varying from modern art to classical pieces. From spring until fall, the lakes and forests are inviting destinations to discover.
The Ohio Burgee is the official flag of the U.S. state of Ohio. It was officially adopted on May 9, 1902. The flag was designed in 1901 by John Eisenmann for the Pan-American Exposition. Ohio’s flag is the only non-rectangular U.S. state flag.
The first legislature, after Ohio, became a state, provided by law for a great Seal Of Ohio. The act was passed March 25, 1803. It provided for the design as follows: “On the right side, near the bottom, a sheaf of wheat, and on the left a bundle of seventeen arrows, both standing erect; in the background, and rising above the sheaf and arrows, a mountain, over which shall appear a rising sun.