Map Maryland

Map Maryland

Maryland Flag The official black and yellow design of Maryland's flag is the Calvert family emblem and the red and white design represents the Crossland family emblem.

About Maryland
Located in the mid-Atlantic region of the United States, Maryland is the 42nd largest state in the country. With approximately 6,006,401 people living in the state according to 2015 estimates, Maryland is also the 19th most populous state in the country. The capital city of Maryland is Annapolis, while Baltimore is the state's largest city. Maryland is comprised of 24 counties and equivalent counties. Maryland is also known as the State of Old Line, State of Free, Little America and America in Miniature.

History of Maryland
In 1632, the king of England, Scotland, and Ireland Charles I issued the Maryland royal charter to Cecil Calvert, Lord Baltimore and the new colony taking its name from France's Henrietta Maria, wife of Charles I. In 1634, Lords Baltimore. The first settlers began to move to the colony. During the American Revolution, Maryland one of the thirteen colonies rebelled against British rule. Maryland was the seventh state to be admitted to the Union on April 28, 1788. The bombardment of fortress McHenry during the War of 1812 when the British attempted to occupy Baltimore inspired Francis Scott to write the Star Banner. . The song later became the national anthem of the United States. During the American Civil War, Maryland remained in the Union. The new 1864 of the state constitution abolished slavery.

Geography of Maryland
Maryland covers an area of ​​12,406.68 square miles. Maryland shares borders with Virginia, West Virginia, Washington, DC, Pennsylvania and Delaware. At 3,360, Hoye-Crest is the state's highest point. Some of the prominent mountains in the state are Mount Sugarloaf, Maryland Plateau, South Mountain, Slope Hill, Backbone Mountain, among others. Some of the state's famous rivers are the Potomac River, Nanticoke River, Anacostia River, Casselman River, Rock Creek, and others. A large number of white tailed deer can be found in the state. Some of the mammals that can be spotted here are the black bear, the lynx, the raccoon, the fox, among others.

Tourist destinations in Maryland
You can learn about the history of US railroads at the Baltimore and Ohio Railway Museum. Visited by hundreds of tourists, Antietam National Battlefield is the site of the bloodiest one-day battle of the American Civil War. Assateague State Park is a popular destination for swimming and surfing, as well as seeing exotic wildlife. Other places to visit are Baltimore Inner Harbor, Rocks State Park, William Paca Home and Gardens, Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, among others.

Transportation in Maryland
Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall International Airport is the state's main airport. Rail service is provided by Amtrak with stations in Cumberland, Aberdeen, Rockville, among others. Some prominent Interstate highways that pass through the state are Interstate 68, 70, 81, 83, and 95, to name a number.

Education in Maryland
Maryland is home to many prestigious universities and colleges. Some of the prominent schools include Johns Hopkins University, University of Maryland, Towson University, Morgan State University, Loyola University Maryland and others.

Interesting facts about Maryland
Maryland is also considered the birthplace of religious freedom in the United States.
Washington, DC was incorporated on land donated by Maryland.
Spanish is the second most spoken language in Maryland. The first is English.

 

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About Frederick, Maryland: To borrow a thought from an American Quaker poet, John Greenleaf Whittier, Frederick is a city of clustered spires emerging amidst the green hills of Maryland. This crossroads community is the gateway to western Maryland. Founded in 1745, it is the second-largest incorporated city in the state, behind Baltimore. Fancied for its historical district, winding roads, and open fields with fresh country air, Frederick lies roughly 50 miles northwest of Washington, D.C. and west of Baltimore where Catoctin Mountain meets the Piedmont plateau region. Getting in and Around: By Air : Frederick Municipal Airport (FDK) has a mid-sized airstrip that accommodates regional flights. By Train : The city is served by MARC commuter rail network on Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Subdivision. By Road : Major roads in the city are intersected by I-70, I-270, U.S. 15, and U.S. 340 highways. Best Time to Visit : Enjoy the fall foliage (September through November) with arts and crafts at Catoctin Colorfest, German heritage at Schifferstadt's Oktoberfest, Maryland Pumpkin Festival as well as the beautiful covered bridges. What's in Frederick : The National Museum of Civil War Medicine, C. Burr Artz Public Library, Rose Hill Manor Park & Children's Museum, and Schifferstadt Architectural Museum are major tourist attractions in Frederick. Visit Monocacy National Battlefield that is the site of the Battle of Monocacy in 1864 during the American Civil War, and check out Weinberg Center that hosts music, theater, comedy, and visual art shows. Pinecliff Park - along the Monocacy River - comprises four softball fields, horseshoe pits, and picnic areas. Gambril State Park offers several hiking trails weaving through Catoctin Mountain. Cunningham Falls State Park features the 78-feet-tall Cunningham Falls, the largest cascading waterfall in Maryland. Go for hiking, mountain biking, camping, and fishing in Catoctin Mountain Park which is home to the famous Presidential retreat, Camp David. The Frederick Symphony Orchestra performs five classical concerts per year and the Visitor Center provides a thorough guide to tours in historical downtown. The Great Frederick Fair and Francis Scott Key Mall are popular destinations for shopping.
List of Universities in Maryland
List of Universities in Maryland
About the Universities in Maryland The US State of Maryland has various historic and renowned private universities, the most notable being John Hopkins University. The state's public universities belong to the University System, with an exception of United States Naval Academy, St. Mary's College and Morgan State University. Over 310,689 students were enrolled at Maryland universities and colleges in 2005. Some of the notable colleges and universities in the state are: University of Maryland, Baltimore The University of Maryland is a public university located in downtown Baltimore. It is a part of the University System of Maryland. It was founded in 1807 and has some of the oldest professional schools in the nation as well as the world. It covers an area of sixty acres and enrolls approximately 6,000 students annually. It is called University of Maryland to distinguish it from University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). The university comprises seven professional schools: School of Medicine, School of Law, Dental School, School of Pharmacy, School of Nursing, Graduate School, School of Social Work, and School of Public Health. Johns Hopkins University The Johns Hopkins University (JHU) or simply Hopkins, was founded on January 22, 1876. It is a private research institute based in Baltimore, Maryland. It has international campuses located in Italy, China, and Singapore. As of 2009, thirty-three Nobel Prize winners have been affiliated with the university. The university is a member of the Consortium on Financing Higher Education and is one of the founding members of the Association of American Universities. The university was ranked thirteenth among National Universities by US News and World Report. The university enrolls approximately 19,000 students annually. Towson University Towson University (TU) or simply Towson, is the second-largest university in the state, after University of Maryland, College Park. It is a public university located in Towson, Baltimore and is a part of University System of Maryland. Towson was founded in 1866 as a training school for teachers. Today, it has four-year degree granting institutions comprising eight colleges, with an annual enrollment of over 20,000 students. Washington College Washington College is a private liberal arts college. It is located on a 112-acre campus in Chestertown, Maryland. The founding of the college was supported by George Washington. The college was granted the charter of Maryland in 1782. It is the 10th-oldest college in the country and the first college chartered after American independence. In 1891, the college became coeducational. The school enrolls approximately 1400 students annually.
Baltimore Map
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National Aquarium Pier Six Concert Pavilion Edger Allen Poe House Historic Ships in Baltimore Baltimore is a city in the U.S state of Maryland. The city founded in 1729 has been named after the founding proprietor of the Maryland Colony, Lord Baltimore. John Quincy Adams, on his visit to the city in 1827 nicknamed it "Monument City." It became an independent city in 1851. It is the largest city in Maryland and serves as the state's major cultural and industrial center. Hotels Baltimore hotels offer all modern amenities to its customers catering to their requirement. The mouth-watering dishes, comfy rooms and pleasant atmosphere conquer the minds of the people who drop in here. Henderson's Wharf Inn, Residence Inn, Baltimore Inner Harbor, Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards, Hampton Inn & Suites Baltimore Inner Harbor, Holiday Inn Express Baltimore at the Stadiums, Baltimore Marriott Waterfront, Courtyard Baltimore Downtown / Inner Harbor, Residence Inn Baltimore White Marsh, Renaissance Harborplace Hotel, Tremont Plaza Hotel on Saint Paul Place, Admiral Fell Inn, InterContinental Harbor Court Hotel and Hilton Garden Inn White Marsh include the top class hotels in the city. Restaurants Some of the best restaurants are: Charleston The Prime Rib Woodberry Kitchen The Black Olive Cinghiale Antrim 1844 Aldo's Ristorante Italiano Blue Hill Tavern Pazo The Oregon Grille Transportation Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport and Martin State Airport serve the city. The rail service in the city helps the people to travel from one state to another. The bus routes, a light rail system, and a subway line help in public transportation. MARC commuter rail connect the city with other cities. The city's road network that includes highways, expressways and bridges eases the traffic congestion in the city.
Map Maryland
Map Maryland

Maryland Flag The official black and yellow design of Maryland's flag is the Calvert family emblem and the red and white design represents the Crossland family emblem.

About Maryland
Located in the mid-Atlantic region of the United States, Maryland is the 42nd largest state in the country. With approximately 6,006,401 people living in the state according to 2015 estimates, Maryland is also the 19th most populous state in the country. The capital city of Maryland is Annapolis, while Baltimore is the state's largest city. Maryland is comprised of 24 counties and equivalent counties. Maryland is also known as the State of Old Line, State of Free, Little America and America in Miniature.

History of Maryland
In 1632, the king of England, Scotland, and Ireland Charles I issued the Maryland royal charter to Cecil Calvert, Lord Baltimore and the new colony taking its name from France's Henrietta Maria, wife of Charles I. In 1634, Lords Baltimore. The first settlers began to move to the colony. During the American Revolution, Maryland one of the thirteen colonies rebelled against British rule. Maryland was the seventh state to be admitted to the Union on April 28, 1788. The bombardment of fortress McHenry during the War of 1812 when the British attempted to occupy Baltimore inspired Francis Scott to write the Star Banner. . The song later became the national anthem of the United States. During the American Civil War, Maryland remained in the Union. The new 1864 of the state constitution abolished slavery.

Geography of Maryland
Maryland covers an area of ​​12,406.68 square miles. Maryland shares borders with Virginia, West Virginia, Washington, DC, Pennsylvania and Delaware. At 3,360, Hoye-Crest is the state's highest point. Some of the prominent mountains in the state are Mount Sugarloaf, Maryland Plateau, South Mountain, Slope Hill, Backbone Mountain, among others. Some of the state's famous rivers are the Potomac River, Nanticoke River, Anacostia River, Casselman River, Rock Creek, and others. A large number of white tailed deer can be found in the state. Some of the mammals that can be spotted here are the black bear, the lynx, the raccoon, the fox, among others.

Tourist destinations in Maryland
You can learn about the history of US railroads at the Baltimore and Ohio Railway Museum. Visited by hundreds of tourists, Antietam National Battlefield is the site of the bloodiest one-day battle of the American Civil War. Assateague State Park is a popular destination for swimming and surfing, as well as seeing exotic wildlife. Other places to visit are Baltimore Inner Harbor, Rocks State Park, William Paca Home and Gardens, Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, among others.

Transportation in Maryland
Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall International Airport is the state's main airport. Rail service is provided by Amtrak with stations in Cumberland, Aberdeen, Rockville, among others. Some prominent Interstate highways that pass through the state are Interstate 68, 70, 81, 83, and 95, to name a number.

Education in Maryland
Maryland is home to many prestigious universities and colleges. Some of the prominent schools include Johns Hopkins University, University of Maryland, Towson University, Morgan State University, Loyola University Maryland and others.

Interesting facts about Maryland
Maryland is also considered the birthplace of religious freedom in the United States.
Washington, DC was incorporated on land donated by Maryland.
Spanish is the second most spoken language in Maryland. The first is English.

 

Cities in Maryland
Cities in Maryland
There are 24 counties in Maryland. The state capital, Annapolis is the home of the United States Naval Academy. Known as the 'Charm City', Baltimore is the largest city in Maryland and the largest independent city in the US. National Aquarium, Maryland Zoo, Maryland Science Center, Washington Monument, and Patterson Park are famous tourist attractions in Baltimore. Gaithersburg houses the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Salisbury is the largest city in eastern Maryland. Columbia, Rockville, Germantown, and Waldorf are other major cities in Maryland. Getting In and Around Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI) is the busiest airport in the state. Amtrak's Acela Express, Cardinal, Northeast Regional, and Silver Star operate through the state. I-95, I-70, and I-68 are primary interstate highways in Maryland.
Annapolis Map
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Annapolis is a pleasant and lovely city located by the Atlantic Ocean.Apart from the sweet breeze and eye catching sight of the ocean Annapolis has to offera rich history and famous theatres.Annapolis has colonial past behind it and the first settlement in this city in the east coast of United States took place during the 17th century. The initial fame of this city is related to the black history of America that is of slave trade. Like most of the parts of eastern and northern United States Annapolis was also under British domination till 1783. The name of this city was thus kept after the name of Princess Anne of Britain. Annapolis which is also capital of the district of Maryland has in recent years gained world fame due to the hurricane attack over it. The closeness to the Atlantic is the reason behind its being the address of United States Naval Academy. Annapolis is also referred to as the sailboat capital of the world as every year in autumn the city organizes one of the biggest power boats and sail boats show. The city tries to remember its colonial past every year through the Maryland Renaissance Festival.The costumes, food, traditions and accents of 16th century England are celebrated in this festival. While in Annapolis the Maryland State House and the City Dock or commonly called the Ego Alley should be visited. Hotels: Some of the famous hotels of Annapolis are Historic Inns of Annapolis, Loews Annapolis Hotel, Marriott Annapolis Waterfront, O'Callaghan Hotel, Comfort Inn, Country Inn &Suites by Carlson, Quality Inn, Super 8 Motel, Best Western, Courtyard by Marriott, Hampton Inn &Suites, Homestead Studio Sites, Residence Inn by Marriott, SpringHill Suites, Doubletree, Sheraton Barcelo. Seafood: For a seafood lover a visit to the Maryland seafood festival is a must as no where in the world is it possible to get such wide variety of menu ranging from fish to crabs, from oysters to lobsters. A great festivity attached to it is the proof of dedication and love of the local residents for everything attached to the sea. Some of the restaurants which serve excellent seafood in Annapolis all through the year are: Yacht Club: If an idle afternoon on a yacht is not your choice the yacht clubs can provide you with a power yacht for participating in exciting race. The yacht clubs in Annapolis are one of the reasons behind its designation of the Sailboat Capital of United States'. In June every year people from all over the world gathers to participate in an exciting yacht race conducted by the yacht clubs of Annapolis and the Naval Academy. There are number of yacht clubs in Annapolis the names of some of those clubs are:
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Anne Arundel County Map, Maryland
 Baltimore County Map, Maryland
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 Harford County Map, Maryland
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