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            Baltimore is the largest city in Maryland. The city is named after the second Lord Baltimore, whose name was Cecil Calvert. The “Star-Spangled Banner”, which is the U.S. national anthem, was written in this city by Francis Scott Key. Baltimore is also known as the “city of neighborhoods” because of its 72 well-known districts. It is also a home of some famous personalities such as Edgar Allen Poe, Frederick Douglass, Edith Hamilton, jazz musician James Blake and singer Billie Holiday to name a few.

             

            Baltimore’s economy thrives mainly on the port, tourism and service industries. Baltimore has the U.S. headquarters for shipping lines and is also the second largest seaport in the Mid-Atlantic region. Baltimore is also ranked 4th among America’s “new tech hot spots” by Forbes, making it the city full of prospects.

            Architecturally rich with examples from over last two centuries, this place has significant variety of construction styles. The city has significantly tall buildings designed by some famous architects. One of these buildings is the World Trade Center by I.M. Pei. The city also has a record of more historic and memorable monuments than any other city in the country, making Baltimore a perfect tourist attraction.

            Baltimore has three state-designated art and entertainment districts and an internationally known orchestra. The city has some quality learning centers like The John Hopkins University, Baltimore international college and Stratford University (Baltimore division). John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore is one of the best-reputed hospitals in the country, ranking itself 4th nationally and 1st in Maryland. The city has a lot more to offer to people with different interests.

            There are a lot of recreational places for kids and adults alike in the form of  parks, museums, hotels, etc.. National aquarium, Maryland Science Center, Hippodrome, Opera house and the Art Museums are a few other attractions of the city. Baltimore is also known for its Maryland blue crabs.

            NewHomeSource provides you with the best options for a home in the zip code 21220 with the best amenities. At present, the home prices in Baltimore are ranging from $179,900 to $1,099,990.