Baltimore Maryland Travel Guide 4K

Baltimore Maryland Travel Guide 4K

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3 Popular Attractions In Maryland

  • Baltimore Inner Harbor: Historic seaport in Baltimore, Maryland.
  • Maryland Facts:

    • Other Major League Ball player besides “The Babe” born in Maryland include Cal Ripken, Jr., Billy Ripken, Lefty Grove, Frank (Home Run) Baker, Harold Baines, Al Kaline, Denny Neagle, and Jimmie Foxx.
    • On June 24,1784, in Baltimore, 13-year old Edward Warren went airborne in the first successful manned balloon launch in the United States.
    • Baltimore is home to the USS Constellation, the last Civil War vessel afloat. Built in 1854, the Constellation is the last all-sail warship built by the US Navy.
    • The former home of writer Edgar Allen Poe is located a few blocks northwest from his grave at the intersection of Greene and Fayette Streets.
    • Interesting fact: Baltimore is the birthplace of Babe Ruth.
    State of Maryland

    Old Line State“, “Free State”, “Little America”,[1] “America in Miniature”[2]

    • “Fatti maschii, parole femine”
      (English: “Strong Deeds, Gentle Words”)[3]
    • The Latin text encircling the seal:
      Scuto bonæ voluntatis tuæ coronasti nos (“With Favor Wilt Thou Compass Us as with a Shield”) Psalm 5:12[4]
    Anthem: None (“Maryland, My Maryland” repealed in 2021)
    Map of the United States with Maryland highlighted

    Map of the United States with Maryland highlighted
    Country United States
    Before statehood Province of Maryland
    Admitted to the Union April 28, 1788 (7th)
    Capital Annapolis
    Largest city Baltimore
    Largest metro and urban areas

    Governor Larry Hogan (R)
    Lieutenant Governor Boyd Rutherford (R)
    Legislature General Assembly
    Upper house Senate
    Lower house House of Delegates
    Judiciary Maryland Court of Appeals
    U.S. senators
    U.S. House delegation
    • 7 Democrats
    • 1 Republican



    •Total 12,407sqmi (32,133km2)
    •Land 9,776sqmi (25,314km2)
    •Water 2,633sqmi (6,819km2) 21%
    •Rank 42nd

    •Length 119mi (192km)
    •Width 196mi (315km)

    350ft (110m)

    3,360ft (1,024m)

    0ft (0m)

    •Total 6,177,224
    •Rank 18th
    •Density 632/sqmi (244/km2)
    •Rank 5th
    Median household income

    •Income rank

    Demonym(s) Marylander

    Official language None (English, de facto)
    Time zone UTC−05:00 (Eastern)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−04:00 (EDT)
    USPS abbreviation
    ISO 3166 code US-MD
    Traditional abbreviation Md.
    Latitude 37° 53′ N to 39° 43′ N
    Longitude 75° 03′ W to 79° 29′ W


    Have you visited Baltimore Maryland? If you have not traveled to Baltimore Maryland then you will enjoy this travel guide. We explore Baltimore's Inner Harbor, Fells Point and the area round the river. The Baltimore Washington DC is one of the largest metropolitan areas in the United States with over 9 million people.

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    4 thoughts on “Baltimore Maryland Travel Guide 4K

    1. “Baltimore is in pretty good shape” I have never heard these words before! Thanks for your video and shedding light on safe places to visit in Baltimore. I have lived in maryland for 6 years now and except for the occasional event at the Sagamore we never really like to venture in that area. Well done

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