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Historic Annapolis, Maryland

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I've been to the US, but I'm living in europe.

This city reminds me much more of a european city than of an american city.

This is because of the narrow (brick) streets, and the brick (old) houses.

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I've been to the US, but I'm living in europe.

This city reminds me much more of a european city than of an american city.

This is because of the narrow (brick) streets, and the brick (old) houses.

Colonial America...

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I'm really glad you got in a shot of St. John's College. And I'm also quite in love with the Naval Academy even if they do have a rivalry. Thanks for these shots. Go Navy!

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Great Pictures!

I was in Annapolis a few years ago, it was beautiful!

The people were great, there was a great deal of history, and the whole city was very interesting.

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Very nice pics. I too have never seen pics of Annapolis before. Looks like a very historic city, which would be right up my alley. Thanks for sharing the pictures with us!

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I grew up in Annapolis, Maryland. Right downtown on Prince George St. What a place to grow up. I still live in Maryland and own a house in Annapolis but in 12 months I'll be moving to Orlando. Here are some pics from 2003 when Hurricane Isabel blew through:

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Just a nice one of the capital perfectly visible from a small alley off main street; most people miss it.

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Annapolis is a great town -- I try to go there every year for the Simply Sail boat show -- I believe it's one of the nation's largest in-water sailboat shows.

Thanks for all the pics.

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