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The state of Maryland is located on the east coast of the USA and is part of the greater Northeast region. Its capital is Annapolis with around 38,000 inhabitants. The largest city in Maryland, on the other hand, is Baltimore with around 615,000 inhabitants. A portion of the state of Maryland, like Delaware and Virginia, is located on the Delmarva Peninsula. Between the peninsula and the mainland lies the Chesapeake Bay. The Chesapeake Bay
Bridge spans the bay and, at 7 kilometers long, is one of the longest suspension bridges in the world. Further south there is another connection between the mainland United States and the Delmarva Peninsula: the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnels in the state of Virginia. The highest mountain in the state of Maryland is the 1,020 meter high Hoye Crest, which is located in the far west of the state. Not far from Baltimore is Fort Meade, home to the headquarters of one of the US intelligence agencies. This is where the NSA is located, which has attracted some attention in recent years thanks to Edward Snowden's revelations. Check Ask4Beauty for more information about the state of Maryland.

Baltimore, Maryland

Introduction Baltimore, a city in the state of Maryland, with a population of 736,000. (aggl. approx. 2 million inhabitants). The city is located on the Patapsco; the port, on Chesapeake Bay, is one of the most important in the United States. Baltimore is connected to a vast hinterland by railroads and the Chesapeake and Delaware… Read More »

The Climate of Maryland

According to Abbreviation Finder, Maryland (MD) is one of the states of the United States of America. Maryland is located on the east coast of the US, partly on the Atlantic Ocean and for a large part on Chesapeake Bay. Because many Washington DC suburbs are within Maryland territory, many officials who work in America’s… Read More »

Maryland History Timeline

For centuries, American Indians have inhabited this land called Maryland. Most of those Indians belonged to a large family of tribes known as the Algonquins, who lived peacefully along the Chesapeake Bay; fishing and hunting and trading with their neighbors on the Atlantic coastline. In 1524 Giovanni da Verrazano, an Italian explorer sailing under the… Read More »