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Oriole Park at Camden YardsBaltimore, MD • July 12, 2011

2 non-green seats here, where E.Murray’s 500 homer landed and where Ripken’s 278 homer broke the ss homer record. Btw real fans yell “OH” when the national anthem hits “O say does that star spangled…”

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Sandy Point State ParkAnnapolis, MD • January 27, 2012

Each January, this beach is home to the biggest beach party in the state: The Polar Bear Plunge. In May, check out the Chesapeake Bay Blues Festival!

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Baltimore World Trade CenterBaltimore, MD • June 7, 2011

Go see Top Of The World, located atop the world's tallest pentagonal building. It offers a spectacular, unobstructed panoramic view from floor to ceiling windows, offering the best view of Baltimore.

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National AquariumBaltimore, MD • July 12, 2011

Home to over 16,000 animals and 660 different species, this aquarium holds more than 2.2 MILLION gallons of water.

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Brewer's AlleyFrederick, MD • February 22, 2013

In 1864, Confederate General Jubal Early collected a $200,000 ransom for the city of Frederick. You'll find the ransom letter on the second floor.

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Maryland’s Lists

35 places including Buckeystown Park, Central Maryland Heritage League, Keedysville, Maryland, Grove Farm
11 places including Shenanigan's Irish Pub & Grille, Azure @ The Westin, Linganore Winecellars, Killarney House
58 places including Loews Annapolis Hotel, Residence Inn - Baltimore / BWI Airport, Best Western Grand Venice Hotel, Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel
28 places including Easton, MD, Fells Point, The Kennedy Farmhouse, Bucktown Village Store

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Lists Maryland Has Saved

62 places including Papermoon Diner, Wit and Wisdom, a Tavern by Michael Mina, Locust Point Dog Park, Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture
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