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Baltimore Skyline Panoramic Picture, Maryland

Baltimore Skyline Panoramic Picture, Maryland

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This panoramic photograph of Baltimore was taken by James Blakeway and features a twilight view of downtown Baltimore and the Inner Harbor. Located at the far left, only two blocks from Babe Ruth's birthplace, is Oriole Park at Camden Yards, home to the Baltimore Orioles baseball team. Centered in the photograph along the Inner Harbor is the area known as Harborplace, a retail shopping, restaurant, and entertainment area. Baltimore, the largest city in Maryland, has many historic neighborhoods and landmarks including the U.S. Frigate Constellation, the last tall-ship built by the navy.
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Baltimore, MD Skyline Pictures

Founded in 1729, Baltimore skyline panoramic pictures feature one of the oldest cities in the U.S. and the largest city in the state of Maryland. Historically, Baltimore has been an important port on the East Coast and was once the second-most used port of entry for immigration to the United States. Highlighted in many Baltimore skyline pictures is the city's Inner Harbor, a popular tourist destination due to its many museums and shops.

Oriole Park at Camden Yards is a famous landmark seen in Baltimore skyline pictures, home to the Baltimore Orioles and built to replace the aging Memorial Stadium in the 1990s.

What isn't immediately apparent in Baltimore skyline panoramas, but is well-known to lovers of U.S. history is the city's key part in events surrounding the American Revolution. The city was the capital of the United States from December 1776 to February 1777 when the Second Continental Congress met in the historic Henry Fite House. Following the war, Baltimore, Jonestown and Fells Point were incorporated as the city of Baltimore, which can be seen in Baltimore skyline pictures today. The city is home to many other famous historical events, such as the penning of the national anthem, "The Star-Spangled Banner". This poem details the Battle of Baltimore during the War of 1812, and recounts the Americans successfully defending the Inner Harbor so often seen in Baltimore skyline pictures.

While Baltimore skyline panoramas don't always suggest the full scope of the city's historical importance, there is beauty to be seen in any pictures of Baltimore. From the city's varied range of architectural styles from early America to the modern glass towers of the present, Baltimore skyline pictures are truly a beauty to behold.

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