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ctman987

Baltimore, Maryland

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Some of my Baltimore pics from a trip this summer

Skyline from the Inner Harbor

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MOUNT VERNON

Mount Vernon area of the city (about 8 blocks north of the Inner Harbor)

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North Charles with the Washington Monument in the distance

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North Charles and East Biddle (uptown by the University of Baltimore/Mount Vernon area)

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Cornerstone Financial

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Maryland Avenue and West Oliver Street by Penn Station

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East Preston and West Charles

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DOWNTOWN

Between Inner Harbor and Mount Vernon

North Charles Street (heading uptown from the Inner Harbor)

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John Hopkins

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Downtown office buildings

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FELLS POINT

Historic port area with renovated historic buildings that are now home to shops, restaurants, loft apartments, and inns.

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901 S Bond

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LITTLE ITALY AREA

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Development in the area that is behind Little Italy which is adjacent to the Inner Harbor and Little Italy and near Fells Point

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Baltimore Marriott Waterfront

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Canal Stree Malt House

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Bagby Furniture Company Building

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INNER HARBOR

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Maryland Science Center, Visitors Center and Intercontinental Hotel

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Maryland Science Center from the water

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National Aquarium and Marriott Waterfront

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Pavillion (shops and restaurants, Renaissance Hotel, Examiner (headquarters of newspaper)

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Gallery Mall at the Renaissance Hotel

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Light Street Pavillion

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Days Inn Inner Harbor

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Skyline from the Harbor Walk

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Hilton Baltimore Convention Center rendering

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Best Buy area where Filens Basement has just signed a lease

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Bay Lady

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J Pauls

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Inner Harbor Marina by the Rusty Scupper

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Light Street with the Hyatt straight ahead

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Intercontinental Hotel (shorter brick building)

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Marriott Inner Harbor

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Light Street with the Renaissance Hotel and Gallery Mall straight ahead

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M&T Bank Stadium

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E Lombard

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E Pratt

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E. Pratt and Ellicott St

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Charles St towards uptown

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Charles St

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FEDERAL HILL

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I like how the city has signs for visitors showing how many blocks to a train station.

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What a beautiful city you have! More pics please!

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Very nice pictures! It's been way to long since I really spent some time around Baltimore, I'll have to make it there while I'm up in D.C. this summer.

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Beautiful. Baltimore is another city we don't see represented much here. Damned if I know why.

I've never been a fan of Baltimore's individual skyscrapers or the overall skyline, but the rest of the city more than makes up for it.

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Excellent pictures! I have friends here in college that are from Bmore and they are always talking how it is the best city ever. I had gone there 2 years ago, but it was such a fast visit. I want to visit it again. Did you check out the Powerplant? I always thought that was a cool conversion.

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Great city! This goes to show that a bunch of 500 foot skyscrapers "do not a city make".

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