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In Anne Arundel County, Maryland, we’re able to enjoy great discounts at the largest outlet mall in the state. In addition to brand-name retail shopping at reduced prices every you’ll find plenty of  fun entertainment options such movies, great  meals and, having drinks at a casual brewing company. Arundel Mills Mall features more than 200… read more

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The Capital building of the state of Maryland is called the State House located in Annapolis. It was first established in 1772 making it the oldest state capital used continuously for legislative use. The Maryland House is currently home of the  Maryland General Assembly and offices of the Governor and Lieutenant Governor . The Maryland… read more

The Chesapeake Bay is the United States’ largest  and has a over 8,000 miles of shoreline. The bay is long and narrow, leading into the Atlantic Ocean. It extends northward into Maryland and divides the state into two parts.  In addition to Maryland, the Chesapeake Bay drainage basin includes parts of the  surrounding states of… read more

The Hammond-Harwood House was built in 1774 for patriot and legislator Matthias Hammond, who was elected to the Maryland legislature in 1773. He was working with renowned architect William Buckland to have a beautiful townhouse built in an upscale area of Annapolis. Matthias Hammond never ended up living in this home, and eventually it became… read more

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Many believe there are ghosts in Annapolis! Yes, that is true.   If you’re brave enough to explore, there are a few Ghost Tours to choose from! These tours will give you all the information you’re curious about. You’ll learn where the ghosts hang out, why they are still hanging around, and how living people can… read more

The Chesapeake Bay has experienced serious environmental decline starting in the early twentieth century. Problems include large reductions in sea grass, reduced amounts of fish, shellfish, oysters and crabs. In 1970 many people expressed their environmental concerns about the unsafe water quality that has hurt fish and birds living in and around the Chesapeake Bay.… read more

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There are many great antique shops spread throughout Annapolis. Here are a few you might want to check out during your next visit. Annapolis Maritime Antiques on 128 Severn Avenue boasts the world’s largest collection of authentic World War II Liberty ship hatch covers in original condition. The collection has been turned into unique nautical… read more

With the feel of being in the 18th century, you’ll enjoy the beautiful architecture buildings from that era when visiting the City Dock in Annapolis. Right on the Chesapeake, you’ll enjoy watching the boats come and go in and out of this busy harbor, in the midst of this historical district. City Dock has been… read more

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The United States Naval Academy, also known as USNA, is located in Annapolis, Maryland and was founded in 1845. It is a 4-year undergraduate college that focuses on science, technology, engineering and math. In order to be accepted to this prestigious academy, students must be nominated by a US Senator, US Congressman, US Vice President,… read more

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Since the mid-1800’s Maryland blue crabs have been caught commercially in the Chesapeake Bay. Maryland crabs continue to give a boost to the state economy. Maryland crabs are prepared in many ways – steamed or sautéed (soft shells), as crab cakes and crab imperial, or in crab soup and crab dip. Crabs grow by molting… read more