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  • 1. Inner Harbor / Downtown

    Baltimore has lots of monuments. They built the first monument in the US to George Washington back in 1829 (photo 5) The first photo is of a statue of John Mifflin Hood, early president of the...

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  • 2. Fell's Point

    The television series Homicide: Life on the Streets became an international success in the late 1990's. The location used for the scenes at the police station house is located in Fell's Point. If your...

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  • 3. Useless, Un-related information

    The 5,000 acre Fort Meade was established in 1917 and named for Civil War General George Meade. The fort was a training camp at the end of WWI, and in WWII it served as a training camp and prisoner of...

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  • 4. Carlin's Ice Rink

    When we were little, my mother used to take us to Carlin's to go ice skating. I didn't know it at the time of course, but Carlin’s Park was founded by John...

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  • 5. Roland Park

    When we lived in Roland Park, we were in a neighborhood that was walkable, but also had public transportation. The trolley ran down the middle of Roland Avenue....

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  • 6. Original Farm House - Roland Park

    When it came time for me to go to school, my parents moved from an apartment to a house in Roland Park which is an old established neighborhood in Baltimore....

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  • 7. Tulips at Sherwood

    At Sherwood Gardens, approximately 80,000 tulip bulbs are planted annually along with other spring flowering bulbs. Sherwood who planned the gardens often...

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  • 8. Baltimore City Hall

    City Hall houses the offices of Baltimore's mayor and city council. The cornersgtone of this fine building was laid in 1867, and it was completed in 1875. The...

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  • 9. Natty Boh

    Natty Boh is the nickname for National Bohemian - beer brand which was first brewed in 1885 by the National Brewing Company (whose other brands were National...

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  • 10. The Charles - The Best Movie Theater in Baltimore

    There are two well know historic movie theaters in Baltimore, The Senator and The Charles. The Senator is the home to many movie premere's in Baltimore. John...

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  • 11. Jason Varitek

    The Team Captain, Jason Varitek is the Catcher. Even though he has struggled a bit offensively of late, he is invaluable playing his position in the field. He...

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  • 12. Coco Crisp

    The regular starting Center Fielder for the Red Sox is Coco Crisp. For those who are wondering, Coco is just a nickname; his actual first name is Covelli. His...

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  • 13. Wily Mo Pena

    I got to get these pictures of backup outfielder Wily Mo Pena during batting practice. He is quite young, but has shown quite a bit of promise as a hitter. His...

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  • 14. Manny Ramirez

    Manny Ramirez is a great hitter for the Red Sox, so I welcomed the opportunity to take some photos of him. He has more than 100 RBIs for the past five seasons...

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  • 15. Clapping hands at the end of the game

    When the game is over, the team that wins lines up on the field and they all give each other high fives. Wily Mo Pena won this game for the Red Sox with a...

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  • 16. BALTIMORE NEIGHBOURHOODS

    Baltimore is blessed with many and diverse NEIGHBOURHOODS. INNER HARBOURBaltimore's most popular maritime neighbourhood. Take in the National Aquarium, take a...

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  • 17. BROMO- SELTZER TOWER

    The clock tower above Orioles Stadium is the BROMO- SELTZER TOWER. The inventor of Bromo-Seltzer, Captain Isaac Emerson had this tower built at 312 -318 West...

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  • 18. MOUNT VERNON PLACE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

    Located on the north east corner of the Washington Monument, at 10 East Mount Vernon Place, the MOUNT VERNON PLACE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH is a rarity in...

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  • 19. OLD ST. PAUL' S CHURCH

    Located at Charles and Saratoga Streets, OLD ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, is fondly known as the "Mother Church of Baltimore". The current building, Italian Romanesque in...

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  • 20. Art Deco gem

    The Bank of America Building was originally built in the 1930s as the Baltimore Trust Building. Bank of America took the name in 2001, but the building stood as...

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  • 21. Is this Florence, Italy?

    The Bromo-Seltzer clocktower was built in 1911 and modeled after the tower in the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence. It was built by the inventor of Bromo-Seltzer (a...

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  • 22. Good cup of coffee

    If you're in Fells Point in the morning, stop by The Daily Grind just across from the police precinct along the waterfront. Good coffee and a great atmosphere....

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  • 23. Useful websites

    This is a great website that has links to many of the historic sights in BaltimoreNational Park Service Historic sightsGeneral information on the cityBaltimore...

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  • 24. Visitor's Center

    Baltimore has a pretty fancy visitors center located at the Inner Harbor. It's a mostly glass structure which lets in a lot of light and provides a festive...

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  • 25. coffee

    As a coffee freak, I was forced to find a shop near my hotel. Caribou Coffee is apparently a chain from MN, but I don't have any in Florida. The coffee is...

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