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The WASHINGTON MONUMENT in the elegant Mount Vernon neighborhood of Baltimore, Maryland was the first architectural monument planned to honor George Washington. Construction began in 1815 and was completed by 1829. It has a small museum at the base and 228 steps to reach the viewing area. (No elevator.)
The Washington Monument in the Mount Vernon neighborhood of Baltimore, Maryland was the first architectural monument planned to honor George Washington.
The Tulip Garden near the Washington Monument and Tidal Basin in Washington, DC, is full of beautiful tulips this time of year.
Baltimore Architecture Month. Highlights include walking tours, lectures, films and many other interactive events.
Baltimore Architecture Month. Use the annual Baltimore Architecture Month to acquaint yourself with Baltimore's urban landscape, from historical gems to modern skyscrapers.
The official site of the Ocean City, Maryland Convention and Visitors Bureau and The Department of Tourism. Find hotels and dining in OC Maryland! An Ocean City Maryland beach vacation has shopping, fishing, free beaches, boardwalk and, seafood. Visit OC Maryland!
'On a Maryland hilltop, amongst thick forest and sprawling underwood sits the long disused campus of a once-illustrious private academy. Constructed
Maryland’s nickname, the “Old Line State” was given during the Revolutionary War when 400 soldiers in the First Maryland Regiment fought a British force of 10,000 and helped General George Washington’s army to escape. Washington depended on the Maryland Line throughout the war, and the soldiers’ discipline and bravery earned Maryland its nickname.
Savage Mill, Savage, MD. Restored 19th-century textile mill with seventy-five merchants of fine antiques, home furnishings, fine art, gifts, collectibles, fashion. Rams Head Tavern and authentic French bakery.
Penn Alps; Grantsville, MD. Originally an 1818 stagecoach stop, now serves as a cultural center to showcase the area's arts, crafts and music and to preserve its history and spiritual values.