Bromo Seltzer Tower. The building's most distinctive feature are the four clock faces adorning the tower, on the North, South, East and West sides. The clock faces are adorned with the letters B-R-O-M-O S-E-L-T-Z-E-R, while the Roman numeral numbers are less prominent. From street-level to rooftop, the tower stands 288.7 feet high, and was originally adorned with a 51 foot tall Bromo-Seltzer bottle, glowing blue and rotating. Due to structural concerns however, the bottle was removed in 1936
Fells Point, Baltimore Love the buildings as well as the nightlife, just be sure to have a dd or get a hotel room LOL
These two Baltimore sisters, Claribel and Etta Cone, had a serious eye for art. They collected some of the greatest and most innovative art of their time. During the late 19th century and early 20th century, they acquired 3,000 pieces, including the world's largest and most comprehensive collection of works by Henri Matisse.