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513 is a Cincinnati, Ohio area code. It includes the cities of Cincinnati, Hamilton, and Middletown. Area code 513 is the only area code that serves the combined area.
Other locations covered by area code 513 include Fairfield, Harrison, Lebanon, Loveland, Mason, Milford, Monroe, Norwood, Oxford, Springboro, and Trenton.
513 is one of the original 86 area codes as part of the North American Numbering Plan in 1947. It originally covered all of southwest Ohio.
The NANP standardized telephone number formats in the United States and Canada. It divided the territory and assigned each geographical region a three-digit prefix. It also required each number in the United States and Canada to be assigned a seven-digit telephone number. Those numbers are made up of a three-digit central office code and a four-digit station number.
All phone companies in the US and Canada observe the same numbering plan format. Notably, Mexico does not participate in the NANP.
The area, central office, and station codes together form a complete 10 digit telephone number. For international calling, the NANP uses the international code +1.
To dial a Cincinnati number internationally, the caller would need to enter the number as +1 513 xxx xxxx.
The area code 513 was split in 1996, creating the overlay 937. An "overlay" is a new area code that is implemented to cover the same geographical region as an existing area code. Overlay codes are usually used when existing local numbers begin to run out.
Attractions in Cincinnati include the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, the Cincinnati Museum Center, the Cincinnati Art Museum. The Ohio River runs through the city. Cincinnati is nicknamed the "Queen City."
The population of Cincinnati is 748,000 residents. It is located within the Eastern Time Zone.
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