Exploring Baltimore’s inner harbor and The National Aquarium

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The National Aquarium
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The Grave of Edgar Allen Poe located just up the street from the Inner Harbor
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The Power Plant complex located on the harbor features shops, bars and restaurants

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Ships on the harbor that allow visitors
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I thought this building was interesting looking

UPDATE: My Blogger friend Nationalparkswitht mentioned that this building above is called Emerson Bromo-Seltzer tower and was modeled after the Palzzo Vecchio in Florence Italy. They also have a very nice blog post about the inner harbor that they did a few weeks before mine. Here’s a link

Baltimore National Heritage Area

The National Aquarium had every type of marine animals but their collection of sharks was especially impressive.

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5 Replies to “Exploring Baltimore’s inner harbor and The National Aquarium”

    1. If you wouldn’t mind it, I would love to update my post with that information about that building and also make a plug for your blogpost as well. provided it is okay with you

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