Mount Vernon (Columbus, Ohio)

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Mount Vernon (Columbus, Ohio)
Coordinates: 39°58′N83°0′W / 39.967°N 83.000°W / 39.967; -83.000 Coordinates: 39°58′N83°0′W / 39.967°N 83.000°W / 39.967; -83.000
Country United States
State Ohio
County Franklin
City Columbus

Mount Vernon is a predominantly African-American historic neighborhood in Columbus, Ohio, United States. The neighborhood lies within the historic Near East Side community. Mount Vernon borders Interstates 71 and 670. Its main thoroughfares, Mount Vernon Avenue, Long Street, Atcheson Street, and Champion Avenue define the community's limits.

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